Join the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs for our New Postdoc Welcome. The Welcome offers an introduction to Stony Brook to help recently arrived postdocs
maximize their postdoctoral experience. All postdocs who have joined us since January
are particularly encouraged to attend.
3:00pm-4:00pm:NEW POSTDOCS All postdocs who have arrived within the past six months are invited to:
Discover the unique aspects of being a postdoc at SBU
Learn about resources & benefits for SBU postdocs
4:00pm-5:00pm: NEW AND CONTINUING POSTDOCS We invite all our postdocs to a reception following the main orientation. Drop by to meet your colleagues and welcome our newest postdocs. Refreshments will be served.
2.Few spots left in Fall Communicating Science Courses
Through a special arrangement with the Alda Center for Communicating Science, postdocs
may sign up through the Postdoc Office to take the Alda Center's nationally-renowned
communicating science classes for FREE. Space is limited, with two postdoc spots in
each section of most courses. Postdocs may only take one course per semester.
JRN 501: Distilling Your Message Section 1: FULL Section 2: FULL
JRN 503: Improvisation for Scientists Section 1: One spot left Section 2: FULL
Other grad courses still available, but typically require having taken JRN 501 or 503.
To Register: Email the Postdoc Office at email@example.com with your preferred course and
section. Placement is first come, first served. All registrants are expected to attend
and participate in every session.
Off-Campus Events & Classes
1.2017 Postdoctoral Preparation Institute: Career Transitions Seminar, Deadline: July
Who Should Attend: Aimed at postdoctoral scholars, new assistant professors, and advanced PhD students(near conferral of PhD degree).
Seminar Dates: August 10-11, 2017
Location: Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, 201 Waterfront Street, National Harbor,
Travel Awards: Travel awards will be provided for all eligible applicants (those not receiving federal
funding and meeting other criteria e.g., citizenship/residency status) who are approved
and selected to participate in the Institute. The maximum amount for the travel award is $1,250.
Registration/Travel Award Application Receipt Deadline: Sunday, July 9, 2017
1.Adjunct Position(s) Teaching in Biomedical Sciences at LIU-Post
The Dept of Biomedical Sciences at LIU-Post is looking for qualified postdocs to teach
labs for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018. Current opening for Fall 2017 is listed below.
For more information about this or about additional opportunities for the Spring,
you can contact Tejas Bouklas, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Sciences (and former
SBU postdoc!) at Tejas.Bouklas@liu.edu.
Fall 2017 teaching available: Molecular Diagnostics Lab (BMS 656 01L): Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am - 12pm
For more information, e-mail Tejas.Bouklas@liu.edu.
2.Volunteer position: President, NYC Science Communication
Looking for opportunities to: To build your leadership skills? To demonstrate your strong passion for science communication? And to differentiate your resume in job search?
5. Scientific Program Manager: Metabolic Disease, Foundation for the NIH, Bethesda, MD
The FNIH is seeking a Scientific Program Manager-Metabolic Disorders (SPM-MD) to
design, promote and execute major research partnerships with diverse stakeholders,
including biopharmaceutical companies, healthcare not-for-profit partners, government,
and academic scientists. The Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH)
creates and manages alliances with public and private institutions in support of the
mission of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Have you had "the mentoring talk" with your supervisor? AAMC Postdoc Compact can help.
In 2006, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) developed the Compact Between Postdoctoral Appointees and Their Mentorsas a tool for promoting the development of positive mentoring relationships between
postdoctoral appointees and their mentors. The document itself, updated in January
2017, can be used in many ways, but it provides a starting point for discussion of
the mentoring responsibilities a postdoc and her/his supervisor have TO EACH OTHER.
At some institutions, it is used as a contract that both parties sign. Others use
it to provide discussion prompts for the sometimes awkward "talk" about mentoring.
How you use it is up to you. Feel free to blame it on the Postdoc Office for suggesting
it! But think of it as a tool for starting and maintaining open communication with
your PI/boss/supervisor/mentor, which in turn can help ensure that you have a productive
and satisfying postdoctoral experience.