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What's offered... for Postdoctoral Scholars

Postdoctoral training enables you to further develop your research skills and expertise while transitioning toward becoming an independent investigator. To succeed in science—as a postdoc and in your future career—you will need a host of professional skills and to be able to navigate your own career advancement. We are here to support you in these goals.

With funding from a Burroughs Wellcome Fund grant and an NIH BEST grant, we are launching new initiatives over the next few years.

cBCD resources and services tailored to you:

Additional resources

  • Office for Postdoctoral Scholars events and resources
  • The Center for Clinical and Translational Science offers educational opportunities for postdocs, including the K-Club (Research Career Award Writing Group)
  • Company site visits, organized by the trainee-led initiative, Industry Exploration (IndEx) program
  • MassTERi eClub events organized by trainees to learn the basics of entrepreneurship and network with successful academic entrepreneurs, innovators, investors, legal professionals and business people
  • Learn or teach data analysis and visualization software and techniques -- including the programming languages R, Python, and more -- with the students and postdocs of Morningside Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Bootstrappers
  • Request to reserve the Morningside Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences office conference room for a phone, online, or in-person interview or career-related meeting (tele- and video- conference equipment available)

Providing feedback

We value your input and feedback. We are rigorously evaluating our programs to identify best practices, measure outcomes and impact, and understand unintended consequences.  We appreciate your contributions to this effort, and welcome your feedback.