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Resources for Postdoctoral Research Fellows
Welcome! The links below will provide you with comprehensive information for policies, processes, and resources for becoming a postdoctoral research fellow at Johns Hopkins.
International trainees are served by the Office of International Services. They offer help with immigration, visa status, and legal matters. The can also offer resources for adjusting to life in the U.S.
The Professional Development & Career Office website lists options for training in communications, grant writing, and preparing for careers after the postdoc.
All new postdoctoral fellows are required to complete IDPs with their mentor within the first year of their fellowships and update these plans annually.
Postdoctoral research fellows are eligible to take a limited amount courses throughout Johns Hopkins University. Rules and policies will depend upon the specific school/division that offers the course.
The PDCO offers career workshops, internships, grant writing classes, and help with the job search. Please regularly visit their website for upcoming opportunities.
Postdoctoral fellows can make appointments for individual career counseling (matters relating to career exploration, job searches and applications, resumes, CVs, and cover letters, etc.) either by booking appointments with the PDCO through their online career services platform Handshake or by emailing the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs at email@example.com. Other inquiries about fellowship-specific advising not related to career counseling should be directed to the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs.
- OPDA organizes grant training events several times a year, notably a K-Grant workshop in December. These events will be posted on our Main Page and our News & Events page as they become available. The above link will take you directly to online PDCO resources for good grantsmanship.