BIMS 8064: Special Topics in CV Research

BIMS 8064: Special Topics in CV Research

CAREER DEVELOPMENT 2013

FRIDAY 12:00 – 1:00pm
CVRC Seminar Room 1005 MR5

The seminar series is designed to provide that information in your development to an independent researcher/faculty member that you never hear elsewhere. Over the course of the series we will review a variety of topics designed to aid in a successful transition from being a trainee to a young independent scientist.

2/22

Presenting Scientific Research

Brant Isakson, PhD

3/8

Career Paths: Academic and Industrial Scientist

Melissa Henriksen, PhD and Stefan Bekiranov, PhD

3/22

Developing the Curriculum Vita

Jason Papin, PhD

3/29

Interviewing and Negotiating for a Faculty Position

Gary K. Owens, PhD

4/12

Finding a Postdoc or Faculty

Adam Straub, PhD; Vitor Lira, PhD; and Nic Greene, PhD

4/26

Transitioning to Junior Faculty

Mike McConnell, PhD and Mark Beenhakker, PhD

5/10

Career Paths: Physician Scientist and Medical School

Gorav Ailawadi, MD and Jessica Connelly, PhD

5/17

Grant Writing

Bill Petri, PhD

5/24

Trainee Discussion: Bringing it all Together

Ken Johnson, PhD; Steven Griffith; and Nic Greene, PhD

 

BIMS 8064 Seminar Series is open, meaning no registration is required, and designed for any individual,
from graduate student to faculty, interested in specialized topics relating to cardiovascular research. 
Course Materials can be found on Collab: BIMS 8064 Spring ‘13

For more information, contact Nicholas Greene: npg6a@virginia.edu,  
Ken Johnson: ken.johnson@virginia.edu, or Steven Griffith: sdg5ka@virginia.edu