The Oregon State University Postdoctoral Association (OPA) is a postdoc organization which provides opportunities for professional development and networking for all OSU-affiliated postdocs. We also work with the Associate Dean of the Office of Postdoctoral Programs (OPP) in the Graduate School to improve the postdoctoral experience across OSU.
ASCB announces two professional and career development programs for the cell biology community in 2019: the Faculty Research and Education Development (FRED) grant funding program and a new Accomplishing Career Transitions (ACT) career transitions program. Both programs offer vital resources and training to senior postdoctoral students and junior faculty. These programs are aimed at those from backgrounds underrepresented in STEM as well as junior faculty at minority-serving institutions.
Learn to write grants with FRED
The FRED program is a structured mentorship program designed to boost the receipt of grant funding for its participants. The program pairs participants with a senior faculty mentor who aids in the preparation of a strong research or education grant proposal.
Advance your career with ACT
The NIH-funded ACT program provides customized training for transition into faculty and research positions. It allows participants to acquire new skills and strategies to navigate career advancement. Participants also receive funding to create and execute a practicum plan that is reviewed by senior faculty and peers.
Please consider or share this information. The application deadline for both programs is March 29, 2019. If you have any specific questions, please contact Ashanti Edwards at email@example.com.
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Priyadarshini Chakrabarti Basu is a Research Associate (Post Doc) at the OSU Honey Bee Lab, College of Agricultural Sciences, led by Dr. Ramesh Sagili. The fleeting summer months are the only time when extensive and exhaustive field experiments are meticulously coordinated and honey bees are subsequently frozen for follow-up molecular analyses. When this picture was taken, Priya was evaluating hives which were nutritionally manipulated, to assess the impacts of malnutrition in bees.
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