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Postdoctoral Affairs Quarterly Newsletter | Fall 2019
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The inaugural Postdoctoral Excellence in Mentoring Award is accepting nominations to recognize two postdoctoral fellows who have provided exceptional mentoring to fellow researchers. The two postdoctoral awardees will be honored at the 7th Annual Postdoctoral Conference in April and receive $1000 prizes. Nominations will be accepted from any Johns Hopkins University affiliate until January 15, 2020. Self-nominations are permitted. For more information, click here.
Did you know that postdoctoral fellows can meet with School of Medicine career counselors? These counselors advise on job search strategies and review job application materials such as cover letters, CV’s and resumes. Postdocs can also practice interviewing with mock interviews and receive practical tips on making excellent impressions on potential employers. If you would like to learn more about this helpful resource, visit our website.
The postdoc office appoints postdoctoral representatives from each department to provide postdocs with a first line of communication with university resources. We’re currently seeking representatives. To learn more about the program and view our current roster of representatives, click here. To apply, please email a statement of interest and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A day-long, immersive seminar on writing K award proposals will run on Thursday, December 5. A complimentary copy of The Grant Writer’s Workbook – NIH Version will be provided to each attendee. Registration is now open! This popular event fills-up quickly, so reserve your seat today! Register here.
The Diversity Postdoctoral Alliance Committee (DPAC) holds its annual conference on Thursday, November 7, 2019, and cordially invites all faculty and trainees to attend this showcase of outstanding achievements of scholars from underrepresented backgrounds. This event includes plenary sessions, scientific presentations and networking opportunities. Information about registration, abstract submission and program details are available on the symposium website.
The Johns Hopkins Graduate and Postdoctoral Professional Development Consortium offers its 2nd Annual Professional Development Day on Friday, November 8, 2019. To learn more about the event and to register, click here.
New Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar for Postdoctoral Fellows
This October 8 seminar was created specifically for postdocs and presented in collaboration with the Division of Research Integrity to introduce central topics and case studies examining the responsible conduct of research. You can download the full presentation at this link.
2019 Orientation for New Postdoctoral Fellows
On October 21, campus partners from around Johns Hopkins University presented information about training resources available to postdoctoral researchers. Topics included benefits, wellness initiatives, professional development, career planning, services for international trainees, and much more. To view and download the presentation, click here.
Here are a few:
- Susana Rodriguez is serving on the University-wide search committee for the next Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer
- Jada Domingue served on the search committee for the new JHM Chief Diversity Officer and currently sits on the search committee for the SOM Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
- Philippe Vincent was awarded an emerging research grant from the Hearing Health Foundation
- Marco Manca gave a talk at the Inner Ear Biology 2019 Meeting in Padua, Italy
- Postdocs who’ve recently published include Pankhuri Vyas (Scientific Reports) and Felix Aplin (Frontiers in Neuroscience)
Do you have a career accomplishment you’d like to share? Let us know!
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The Postdoctoral Affairs Quarterly Newsletter is published by the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Office of Postdoctoral Affairs. This edition was contributed to by Laurel Screven and Kate Bradford and was edited by Megan Bohn.