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The Clinical Pharmacology Core helps investigators address important drug development, preclinical, translational and traditional clinical pharmacology questions by providing the following ser
Attention postdocs! There is still time to participate in the Northwestern Computational Research Day 2017 research symposium. The deadline to submit a poster abstract is April 7, 2017.
The University of Tennessee Research Foundation (UTRF) is seeking an entry-level Licensing Assistant for their Knoxville, TN office. Working under the day-to-day supervision of the UTRF Assistant Vice President of Licensing of the Knoxville office and in collaboration with the entire UTRF team, the Licensing Assistant will support the evaluation, protection, marketing, and commercialization efforts of early-stage technologies.
Grant Writing Teaches Valuable Professional Skills: Advice for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows
Pursuing funding support as a graduate student or postdoc can help your career—and in more ways than one, writes Victoria McGovern. Read more about the virtues of grant writing here
Please find a selection of open postdoctoral fellowship positions at Northwestern on this page, updates are made regularly! Please visit the "Open Northwestern Positions" page to find more information.
Join a panel of data science consultants from Clarity Insights to learn about data science applications and careers in the industry.
Attend The Whole Scientist Course to Build Skills for Your Career (graduate students and postdoctoral fellows)
Are you prepared for the next step in your scientific career? What skills do you need to work in academia? Industry? Other careers? What if you don’t want to do research? How can you find a job?
Registration is now open for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day that will take place on April 27. Thanks to the significant efforts of the Women’s Center, Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work has become a valued tradition at Northwestern. This year the theme will be “Count On Me!”. Register ASAP as space is limited!
This all-day, campus-wide event is designed to showcase computational research at Northwestern, as well as strengthen the computational research community. Highlights of the day will include presentations from Northwestern researchers and guest speakers, workshops, Birds of a Feather Sessions, and a poster competitionsponsored by CIERA (Center for Interdisciplinary Exploration and Research in Astrophysics) and NICO (Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems).
Hello! The Galter Health Sciences Library is pleased to offer the following classes during the month of April
Northwestern staff members are invited to learn what the University is dong to reduce our environmental impact and how the staff can get involved. The discussion will highlight ways that staff members can participate in campus sustainability efforts through initiatives such as the Green Office program, which offers resources and support for creating a more environmentally friendly workspace.
Join AHEAD@NU and Northwestern University Staff Advisory Council (NUSAC) for a panel discussion with experts who can connect you to the resources you need to develop your professional skills and advance your career.
A list of upcoming events from The Women's Center for March and April
The Chemistry Department at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) seeks candidates for full-time lecturer positions starting August 2017. Applicants must have a Ph.D. or equivalent in chemistry. Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate level courses especially general chemistry, organic chemistry, or graduate analytical chemistry courses.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Center for Science Diplomacy is accepting applicants for its early-career research scholar program to conduct short-term (up to 6 months) independent research in policy aspects at the intersection of science and technology (S&T) and diplomacy. For more information please visit the program webpage. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and scholars are selected depending on their fit for the program, research proposal and timing.
These travel awards provide funding to postdocs and grad students who wish to present their work in the field of cancer research and prevention. The next deadline is July 7.
Please mark your calendars for an upcoming OPA Professional Development workshop with Immigration Attorney Brendan Delaney (Leavy, Frank & Delaney, LLC) on April 11 at 10am in Gray Seminar Room (Lurie Research Building, 303 E Superior, Chicago). Brendan will provide information for international postdocs and graduate students on career planning & visas/residency.
Spring is here! Time to wake up from winter hibernation and join NUPF at the monthly coffee hour taking place on April 5th from 3-4 pm (locations on both campuses).
The Graduate School (TGS) and the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPA) invites new (and not-so-new) postdoctoral fellows to attend the next orientation and resource fair specifically designed for postdoctoral fellows. If you recently began your training at Northwestern (or still feel like you just began), please consider attending this event! There will be representatives from various offices across campus in attendance in addition to staff from the TGS and the OPA! Refreshments will be served. Looking forward to meeting everyone!