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Office of Postdoctoral Affairs Programs
New Fellows Meet & Greet
Early and proactive career planning is essential to professional success. New postdoctoral fellows in the School of Medicine are encouraged to attend this event to learn about the numerous training opportunities available at the Johns Hopkins University. The next event occurs on June 27th, 2017 from 10:00 AM to noon. Click here to register.
The Teaching Academy
The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, the Professional Development and Career Office, and the Teaching Academy have partnered to create training opportunities on the East Baltimore Campus. Beginning in the Fall of 2016, seven individual training sessions and workshops will be held. Fellows interested in learning about teaching in colleges and universities should attend these workshops and participate in other offerings by the Teaching Academy. Fellows should also seek direct teaching experience by participating the Collaborative Teaching Fellows Program, managed by the Professional Development and Career Office. Click here to learn more and see scheduled events.
Partnering Toward Discovery Lecture Series
Sponsored by Dr. Antony Rosen, Vice Dean of Research, Dr. Roy Ziegelstein, Vice Dean of Education, and Dr. Martha Zeiger, Associate Dean of Postdoctoral Affairs, the Partnering Toward Discovery Lecture Series showcases the collaboration between clinical and basic science research. Click here to learn more and see the scheduled events.
This office has created a program that provides interested fellows with "mini-internships" in offices located within Johns Hopkins University. These internships are designed with the busy postdoctoral fellow in mind. They require a relatively small time commitment, wherein the fellow completes a small task-based project. This allows the fellow to network in a career field of interest and have a completed work product--giving the fellow invaluable perspective and experience in a career field of choice. Click here to view current openings.
Postdoctoral Affairs Lecture Series
On February 16, 2017, Dr. Michael Lauer, Deputy Director of Extramural Research at the National Institutes of Health, presented a talk titled "Evidence-Based Funding and Evidence-Based Training: Thoughts About NIH and Extramural Research," as part of the Postdoctoral Affairs Lecture Series. Please save the date for the next lecture in November 2017 when we host a visit by Dr. Keith Yamamoto, Vice Dean for Research at the UCSF School of Medicine. Dr. Yamamoto is an outspoken advocate for making changes to scientific training that advance career outcomes for scientists-in-training. Click here to see Dr. Yamamoto's presentation for iBioMagazine on this subject.
Pictured above is Dr. Michael Lauer, NIH Deputy Director of Extramural Research