This guide from the GSAS Fellowships Office contains information on a myriad of topics, from GSAS PhD Outcomes to fellowship applications (including sample applications) to advice on goal setting and making the most of your relationship with your advisor.
The Health Care Club has more than 350 members, comprising MBA students, Ph.D. students, partners, and students from numerous other Harvard University programs. The mission of the Health Care Club is, "to help HBS continue to produce leaders who have an impact in the business of health care. We achieve this by providing a forum for students to learn the business of health care; prepare for and pursue careers in health care; and interact with peers, alumni, professors, and other leaders in health care."
This HMS course prepares students for the demands of writing in the medical sciences. The class has two linked agendas: students will learn how to turn raw research into polished academic argument and students will practice specific lessons through exercises that allow them to think about their own developing scholarship.
The Harvard GSAS Business Club (HGBC) is pleased to be offering our 12th Mini-MBA program* this summer. The Mini-MBA Program is a five-week accelerated business course designed for non-business students and will be relevant to those of you who are interested in working in the management realm...
Students will work collaboratively with faculty and one another on critical science communication skills including crafting graphics, writing fellowships, and giving oral presentations. (Required for Sys Bio G1s)
Joseph B. Martin Conference Center Amphitheater, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston
The Harvard Biotech Club's Fall 2018 Kick-Off event features a keynote address by self-made mogul and business entrepreneur Kevin O'Leary, best known from the TV show Shark Tank. A reception to follow in the New Research Building lobby. There is limited availability so act fast!