Before you step into the lab to do an experiment, you have a long list of questions: How do I design an experiment that will give a clear answer to my question? What model system should I use? What are my controls? What’s...
University of Michigan's Rackham Graduate School and the University Career Center are pleased to share a new opportunity for a graduate student career coordinator. The coordinator will be on the University Career Center staff and have their office located within the graduate school. This is a two-year term limited position supported by our Provost's Office with the potential for an extension. Information about the position can be found at: ... Read more about Graduate Student Career Coordinator @ University of Michigan
Overview: In collaboration with Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garret & Dunner, LLP (Finnegan), one of the largest law firms focused exclusively on the practice of intellectual property (IP) law, the Harvard Biotech Club will be organizing a 5-week Patent Law Info-Course for students and postdocs with life science backgrounds. Please join us to learn more about the IP practice and issues in the following topic areas. Meeting locations... Read more about Patent Law Course (Spring 2019) RSVP Due!
UCSF's Office of Career and Professional Development is looking for a new Program Manager to join our team.
The Program Manager for Researchers will be reporting to Laurence Clement, Program Director for Academic Careers, and will work closely with the new Program Director for Non-Academic Careers, Michael Matrone, to help design, organize and deliver workshops and resources to help UCSF PhD researchers (graduate students and postdocs) prepare for a position in their career of choice.
AnTolRx , Inc. is seeking a highly motivated Scientist/Senior Scientist to join its research team in Cambridge, MA. The ideal candidate has a strong background in evaluation of therapeutics for autoimmune diseases, is a self-starter, and is looking to make a significant impact on our cross-disciplinary team. The candidate would be responsible for designing, executing, analyzing, and presenting experimental results to drive program discovery and development. Candidates with liposome or immunology backgrounds are strongly preferred.