Assessing Biomolecular Visualization Literacy
Advancing Postdoctoral Diversity
PRISM Dates: October 13-16, 2021
Application Due: August 2, 2021
Stanford PRISM is an opportunity for late-stage graduate students from broadly diverse backgrounds to explore postdoctoral training at Stanford.
The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics (BMG) at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is excited to announce the first annual BMG Postdoctoral Recruitment Symposium for PEERs – Persons Excluded because of Ethnicity or Race. The inaugural virtual recruitment event will take place on March 26, 2021.
With the support of The Kavli Foundation, the Journal of Science Policy and Governance (JSPG) & AAAS are proud to launch a new call for papers and prize competition to empower next-gen leaders in reimagining the future of U.S. science policy.
Fred Hutch is seeking applications for the 2nd Annual Dr. Eddie Mendez Scholar Award which recognizes outstanding postdoctoral fellows from any discipline who are conducting research related to cancer, HIV, or other infectious diseases. The award was created to recognize Dr. Méndez’s commitment to cancer research and to supporting early-career underrepresented minority scientists and scientists with disabilities.
Readers are invited to the upcoming workshop, "Transdisciplinary Research on Incivility in STEM Contexts." This workshop will bring together scholars across the STEM fields, social sciences, and critical studies to discuss varying accounts of, and definitions of, academic workplace incivility.
October 17 & 18, 2019
Beckman Institute for Advanced Science & Technology
University of Illinois
Develop your career by training in Systems Biology
The Center for Complex Biological Systems of the University of California, Irvine (UCI) is excited to announce the second iteration of two courses designed to introduce the exciting young field of Systems Biology to trainees and researchers from diverse disciplines, including biology, medicine, mathematics, engineering, physics and computer science. The courses are three weeks long, run concurrently, and take place on the beautiful UCI Campus in Southern California.
University of California, Irvine's Center for Complex Biological Systems is pleased to announce the annual short course in Big Data Image Processing & Analysis (BigDIPA), September 17-21, 2018.
This 1-week workshop course is geared towards graduate students, postdocs, faculty and industry professionals with research interests in navigating, manipulating and extracting information from "Big Data" image sources. The course is designed to cover the complete "vertical integration" of the image data to knowledge pipeline.