By Joycelyn Radeny
By Joycelyn Radeny
In this 30 minute session, you’ll learn how to organize your canvas to better tell your research story, optimize space without crowding your figure, and grab your audience’s attention using effective color and contrast with a focus on BioRender.
Take your science posters to the next level! Join us for a free workshop on creating better science posters inBioRender.About the session:In this 30 minute webinar, learn actionable tips and techniques fordesigning research posters. You'll also learn how to quickly create individual figures foryour poster, with a focus on the BioRender software.
We want to congratulate Kirsten on her acceptance and participation in the inaugural year of the Quad Fellowship program. Her remarks on the program truly say it all...
Join us to hear from Dan Gordin, PhD who will give a presentation that demystifies the regulatory aspects of the drug approval process at the FDA. We will also go through a case study of an experimental drug that needed a bridging strategy to be competitive with another compound and the changes in formulation that required. This seminar will give you invaluable first-hand insight to the pharmaceutical drug development pipeline.
By Kylie Ryan Kaler
Deans Millonig and Alder will present an overview of programs and world class resources available to Rutgers graduate students including an active career exploration and development program called iJOBS.
Current PhD and MD/PhD students will have a panel discussion so you can have your questions answered and learn about programs in:
iJOBS Workshop: Project Management
Are you wondering what project management (PM) is all about and how it fits into life science industry department roles that you may pursue as a career? Come to this workshop
The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) connects talented and diverse graduate college students, postdocs, and faculty to programs at a variety of research facilities, including those managed by federal agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the U.S. Department of Defense, the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. These mentor-led, learning-based internship and fellowship experiences are key to the recruitment and preparation of the next generation of our STEM workforce. Join thousands of others who have found a best-in-class paid STEM, policy, or technical research opportunity at 20+ federal agencies and open the door to your STEM career in government, industry, or academia!