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  • June 27, 2022
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By Melody Wren

Hi iJOBS Blog readers, 

Event Description

You are invited to our first Annual IMSD Symposium. IMSD students + Friends in year 2 and above will give 5-min presentations of their work. Dr. Maribel Vazquez, from the Department of  Biomedical Engineering at Rutgers, will give the Keynote address. Everyone is invited to a BBQ that will take place immediately after the event.

Event Description

The workshop is open to all IMSD students + friends, and advisors. The workshop will be facilitated by Beth Tracy, former Director of the Office of Faculty Development at Rutgers. 

Event Description

Hear from recent iJOBS PhD alum who work at the bench in pharma and biotech to learn how they got their first job and what are the differences between academia and industry bench research.  Note that there will be 2 such panels this summer with different guests at each one.

 

Event Description

Applying for academic jobs and making the transition from grad student to postdoc and then to faculty member requires advanced planning and strategy. Come hear from faculty at Research Level 1 (R1) to get their advice and feedback on how to prepare and approach a faculty position. Note that there will be 2 workshops this summer for jobs at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions (PUIs) and 2 on R1 universities with different panelists for each event.

Topics covered will include: How to select a postdoc that will eventually help you land an academic career; Discussing with your postdoc PI the project that you will take with you and getting them to help you advance your career; What other things you should be doing during your postdoc to be ready to apply for faculty jobs; Applying for K99/R00 grants; Deciding R1 vs PUI; Finding academic jobs to apply to; Preparing the research statement; Preparing the teaching and diversity statements; Preparing the job talk; Preparing the chalk talk; Preparing for the interview itself and tips; Negotiating offers; Setting up the lab; Filling your lab with students, postdocs and techs; Teaching for the first time and preparing classes; Service to the university; Preparing for tenure and expectations

July 22 from 10-11:30am

 

Event Description

Applying for academic jobs and making the transition from grad student to postdoc and then to faculty member requires advanced planning and strategy. Come hear from faculty who serve at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions (PUIs) to get their advice and feedback on how to prepare and approach a faculty position. Note that there will be 2 workshops this summer for jobs at PUIs and 2 on Research Level 1 (R1) universities with different panelists for each event.

Topics covered will include: How to select a postdoc that will eventually help you land an academic career; Discussing with your postdoc PI the project that you will take with you and getting them to help you advance your career; What other things you should be doing during your postdoc to be ready to apply for faculty jobs; Applying for K99/R00 grants; Deciding R1 vs PUI; Finding academic jobs to apply to; Preparing the research statement; Preparing the teaching and diversity statements; Preparing the job talk; Preparing the chalk talk; Preparing for the interview itself and tips; Negotiating offers; Setting up the lab; Filling your lab with students, postdocs and techs; Teaching for the first time and preparing classes; Service to the university; Preparing for tenure and expectations

 

Event Description

Hear from recent iJOBS PhD alum who work at the bench in pharma and biotech to learn how they got their first job and what are the differences between academia and industry bench research.  Note that there will be 2 such panels this summer with different guests at each one.