Our next SBU-BNL postdoc meet up will take place this Friday, May 6, at 8pm at BBD’s
in Miller Place
http://eatbbds.com/. Come and hang out with other postdocs and students from BNL and Stony Brook. Food
and drink available for purchase.
The Graduate Career Association invites you attend their next career exploration
panel featuring SBU alumna Yvette Seger, PhD (Genetics, '04), who will talk about
her career as Director of Science Policy at FASEB.
NewYorkBIO is partnering with the Science Alliance to host the Student & Postdoc Career
Symposium at the NewYorkBIO Annual Conference on
May 11, 2016. This symposium will give graduate student and postdocs opportunities to learn about
potential career options and what employers are looking for not only in academic or
traditional life science industry jobs, but also in industries that utilize STEM specialists.
You will have the opportunity to meet directly with and talk to industry specialists
in R&D, pharma, biotech, law, consulting, government, and other industries you might
not have even thought about at the networking reception.
Join the Minority Graduate Student Network (MGSN) and the Science Alliance for the
MGSN Career Fair 2016, an event connecting top graduate students and postdoctoral
associates in STEM with ready
http://www.nyas.org/Events/Detail.aspx?cid=92833e18-ec07-4761-b763-a71ee8e4c471-to-hire employers. Companies will have the opportunity to interact with academia's
best and brightest as they present their research during morning poster sessions,
and network with attendees at company booths during an afternoon reception.
The Career Fair is free for attendees, but interested parties must apply and submit
a poster abstract for consideration. All attendees are required to present a poster
at the Career Fair. The registration deadline is May 1, 2016 at 11:59pm.
Visiting Assistant Professor in Biology at SUNY Old Westbury
SUNY Old Westbury has a full-time, temporary opening for a plant biologist/plant ecologist
for the 2016-2017 academic year. There will be a subsequent search for a full-time
tenure-track opening starting fall 2017 in plant bio/ecology during next academic
year. Anyone who may be interested in filling for the year and hopefully applying
for the tenure track, should contact Dr. Fernando Nieto.
Science to Medicine Forum is an opportunity for a small group of Stony Brook's advanced grad students and first-year
postdocs to learn more about an industry environment, careers in biotech, and Regeneron’s
Date: Friday, June 10, 2016 Time: 9:00am – 5:15pm Location: Regeneron Building 8 (785 Old Saw Mill River Road, Tarrytown, NY 10591)
The agenda includes: keynote lecture, hot topics, mini-symposia grouped by theme, and tours. Attendees
will also have the opportunity to present a talk or poster on their research, space
How to Register:Stony Brook has been invited to send 15 trainees, so you must indicate your interest
in attending via email by May 13.
Preference will be given to PhD students who have advanced to candidacy and first-year
postdocs who work in relevant fields.
Anyone interested in attending should send an email
by May 13 to Kathleen Flint Ehm, Director of the IREP Office, at email@example.com
that includes the following:
Discipline of research
Career stage: Grad Student/Postdoc
Year in program: G-level/years since becoming a postdoc
Those selected to participate will be notified shortly after May 13.
The Long Island Bioscience Hub has announced the latest
Request for Proposals for it's two-tired funding program aimed to help faculty, physicians, surgeons, medical
fellows and post-docs develop their academic innovations toward commercial goals. The
RFP and one page flyer are attached, and related forms for the funding programs can
be found online on the
Long Island Bioscience Hub webpage
Those interested in applying are strongly encouraged to contact Drs.
Tiffany Tsui and/or
William Hanes are also available to discuss this Technology Development program.
This program is for the development of bio-based technologies, with very specific
milestones toward commercialization. It is not a basic science research program.
Deadline for submission is June 16th, 2016. This program will be available twice per
year through the next two years, with the next deadline for proposals coming in December
The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs travel grants are available to support your travel
to present your work at a conference or meeting. Submissions are ongoing so long as
you submit at least a full month before you travel. Awards can provide up to $1500
to reimburse your actual travel expenses.