The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs supports research fellows in all aspects of their training and development toward independent careers. We collaborate with School of Medicine and University-wide organizations, departments, faculty, and staff to enhance the research, training, wellness, and professional development of postdoctoral scholars and to support their transition to successful careers in academia, industry, government, and other employment sectors.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the office staff are working remotely, but we are still here for you! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
News & Events
- SOM Guidelines on Holiday Travel and Gatherings
- UHS Wellness Small Grants Program: Accepting Applications
- Information about getting the Flu Shot and Interim School of Medicine Flu Shot Policy
- New Bio Design Training Program for Postdocs, Institute for Clinical and Translational Research - Application deadline is Dec 1. For Information and the RFA
- Conquering K Awards: A Path to Success - Two half day workshops, Dec 2-3rd. Registration and Information
- Intersections Science Fellows Symposium, sponsored by Yale University Jan 6-8, 2021. Registration and application information
Support for Postdoctoral Fellows
Need Career Counseling? Sign-up for an Online Session!
Due to the university response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are switching our career counseling formats to Zoom, phone, and/or email.
We can advise on matters related to your postdoctoral appointment and collaborate with the Professional Development and Career Office (PDCO) to provide career counseling. Contact us to receive assistance with job application materials (perfecting resumes, CVs, cover letters, etc.), job search strategies, and much more.
To set up an appointment for virtual career counseling, email us at email@example.com.
Dr. Grace MullerCongratulations to Dr. Grace Muller for receiving an American Heart Association Career Development Award. Dr. Muller has been a postdoc in Dr. David Kass's laboratory in the Department of Medicine since 2015, where she investigates the role of the phosphodiesterase type1 (PDE1) protein in cardiac function. In addition to efforts in the lab, Grace led the Johns Hopkins Postdoctoral Association (JHPDA) as a co-president and served as a peer representative for SOM postdoctoral fellows in her department. Dr. Muller will continue her work in the Department of Medicine as an Instructor.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Office of Postdoctoral Affairs
1830 E. Monument Street, 6th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21205-2196