Time is Running Out! Career Events at the Annual Meeting

ImageLooking for career advice at the upcoming Annual Meeting? The following sessions are open to a limited number of people! Register by December 21, 2012 to reserve your spot!
(Fee includes lunch)

  • PROMOTE your research, PROMOTE yourself: Mid-Career Interactive Forum (Register)

The Committee for Professional Opportunities for Women (CPOW) has put together a brand-new forum for 2013 targeted at mid-career scientists looking to grow in their professions. Already have a job and a lab, and wondering what else you can do to increase the visibility of your program? Make this luncheon a priority!

An excellent panel of speakers has been assembled, including:
Susan Amara, Past President, Society for Neuroscience, and member, National Academy of Sciences
Al George, Vanderbilt University
Shai Silberberg, NIH/NINDS
Brian O’Rourke, Circulation Research and Johns Hopkins University
Harel Weinstein, Past President, Biophysical Society, and Weill Cornell Medical College

  • Postdoc to Faculty Q&A: Transitions Forum and Luncheon (Register)

Another CPOW-sponsored luncheon, this Q&A session will help answer the questions of postdocs looking to move to the next level of their careers. Have you been applying for faculty positions? New and recently tenured faculty, as well as experienced senior-level faculty will discuss how to prepare the curriculum vitae, the interview process, how to negotiate the job offer, and advice for new faculty as they balance research with their department obligations.

Speakers include:
Sudha Chakrapani, Case Western Reserve University
John Christodoulou, University College London, UK
Shai Silberberg, NIH/NINDS
Kenton Swartz, NIH/NINDS

Make sure you view the entire list of available sessions on our website.

 

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