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SGS at 2022 ABRCMS Conference in Anaheim, CA - Recap

  • November 23, 2022
Graduate Recruitment and Outreach Opportunities

 

This Fall, the School of Graduate Studies (SGS)  participated in the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minoritized Scientists (ABRCMS) which took place November 9 - 12 in Anaheim, California. 2022 marked the 20th anniversary of the conference and SGS was recognized for its participation every year!

SGS at 2022 SACNAS NDiSTEM Conference in Puerto Rico - Recap

  • November 18, 2022
Graduate Recruitment and Outreach Opportunities

This Fall, several RISE at Rutgers and SGS graduate fell

Estudiantes y profesores de secundaria en el laboratorio – Mi experiencia como mentora en el programa de RUYES en CINJ

  • November 10, 2022
iJOBS Blog

De Angelica María Barreto-Gálvez

 

En la primavera del 2021, mi PI me dijo que Jessica, una profesora de secundaria, haría investigación en nuestro laboratorio por 10 semanas durante el verano. Jessica haria parte de RUYES, un programa del instituto de cáncer de New Jersey (CINJ, por sus siglas en ingles).

SUPER-GRAD Fellow and RISE Alum Maricely Ramírez-Hernández Recognized at the SACNAS NDiSTEM 2022 Conference

  • November 7, 2022
Awards & Honors

Maricely Ramírez-Hernández was awarded the Graduate Oral Presentation Materials Science category at the SACNAS NDiSTEM conference held in San Juan, Puerto Rico October 26- 29, 2022. Maricely presented the work she has been doing under the guidance of Prof. Tewodros "Teddy" Asefa on the repurposing of anthelmintics for bactericidal properties. Maricely is a RISE 2017 alum and a 2018 SUPER-Grad Fellow.

Event Description

Join us to meet PhD level scientists from Pfizer’s Vaccine Research and Development (VRD) representing different career paths and current roles in the organization.  Pfizer’s VRD is engaged in the development of numerous life-saving vaccines using cutting-edge technologies. The timely and successful contribution to end the COVID pandemic exemplifies Pfizer’s commitment to breakthroughs that change patients’ lives.

Event Description

This is a two and a half day in-person only workshop. You only need to register once, however, all sessions are required.

SciPhD is run by Human Workflows, LLC (http://sciphd.com/) and helps trainees assess their current skill set, express it in business-friendly language as well as recognize/fill skill gaps in areas such as communication, leadership, team building, negotiation and project management. This workshop focuses on 24 essential core competencies valued by industry and business, relates those competencies to activities and behaviors commonly experienced by academic scientists through the scientific method, and demonstrates how those competencies work together to form the operational competencies that are essential in business.  These transition business competencies can also be applied by academic and government scientists in running their laboratories.  SciPhD is a very interactive and hands-on exposure to these concepts with real action items to take away from the workshop.  Throughout the program, students and postdocs will experience at least four behavioral-based interview experiences in which they will play the role of the candidate and the interviewer.

Topics include:

The Business of Science
Successful Communications as a Scientist
Six Leadership Styles
Developing Your People
Negotiation and Finance
Building Effective Teams
Strategic Project Management for Scientists
Applying What You've Learned

Dates and Times – ALL OF THE SESSIONS ARE REQUIRED

January 4 (1 PM – 5 PM)

January 5 (9 AM -5 PM)

January 6 (9 AM -5 PM)

In person only 

Busch Student Center, 604 Bartholomew Road, Multipurpose Room, Piscataway

 

iJOBS Career Panel: Non-Faculty Jobs for PhDs in Academia

  • November 2, 2022
iJOBS Blog

By Joycelyn Radeny

 

Are you a PhD student or postdoctoral fellow looking to join the workforce soon? Are you interested in non-faculty positions in academia? If you answered YES to both questions, you have come to the right place!

 

Event Description

Join us to learn about the exciting opportunities currently available within our Biologics Process Research & Development (BPR&D) organization. The event will begin with an info session led by Merck scientists from Process Cell Sciences, Upstream and Downstream Process Development groups followed by a panel discussion and Q&A. We encourage you to join us to learn about these key opportunities for a challenging and rewarding career in BPR&D at Merck.

Click here to see speakers' information.

Event Description

Scientific and strategic consulting is one of the hottest growing career options for PhDs. Come hear a panel of Lumanity (formerly Cello) employees who are in life science consulting and do a hands-on case study in breakout rooms to get a feel for if this is the right career choice for you. Being a consultant allows you to use your technical expertise to help biotech and pharma companies with diverse projects and practicing case studies is critical for getting hired in their field.

Click here to see slides and speaker's information.