Michael E. Thase, M.D. Professor of Psychiatry Chief, Division of Mood and Anxiety Disorders Treatment & Research Program University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Location: BRB Auditorium
Anatomy Chemistry 349
A counselor from Career Services will hold walk-ins, every other Thursday for Biomedical Postdocs from 10:00am to 12:00pm. Please bring your Penn ID so they can confirm your BPP postdoc status. Services from a counselor include:Critiques of c.v.’s, resumes, cover letter and other job hunting materials, advice about conducting an effective job search, preparation for interviews, assistance with defining your career direction.
Kalina Hristova (Johns Hopkins), "Energetics of membrane protein dimerization in mammalian membranes"
Edward E. Morrisey, PhD University of Pennsylvania "Epigenetic regulation of lung development and regeneration"
Class of '62 Aud., John Morgan Building
The large group seminars expose the post-docs to an effective technical presentation organizational structure, show them how to develop and practice "hallway" mini presentations, and explain effective design strategies for communicating scientific information.
Through the presentation workshops (small groups) postdocs can experiment with and develop their speaking, presentation and interpersonal communication skills in a "communication laboratory". The workshops provide an invaluable and rare experience of presenting scientific work to other biomedical professionals in a supportive, educational environment. Attendees also gain by deepening and broadening their understanding of their colleague’s work.
Dr. George W. Raiziss Seminar Series
Johns Hopkins University
"Energetics of membrane protein dimerization in mammalian membranes"
Austrian Auditorium, Clinical Research Building
Joseph A. Delaney, Ph.D.
University of Florida College of Pharmacy
701 Blockley Hall
Rosemary C. Polomano, PhD,RN,FAAN
Associate Professor of Pain Practice
University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
Associate Professor of Anesthiology & Critical Care
"Ground Zero for Pain Science: Experiences in Combat-Injured Solderies."
5 Dulles Dripps Library
Edward E. Morrisey, Ph.D.
University of Pennyslvania
“Epigenetic regulation of lung development and regeneration”
Michael E. Thase, M.D.
Professor of Psychiatry
Chief, Division of Mood and Anxiety Disorders Treatment & Research Program
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Rodebaugh Diabetes Center Series:
Presenter: Shawn Bird
Location: G. Clayton Kyle Conference Room, PCAM 4 West Pavilion
Delaware Biotechnology Institute
"Plant small RNAs: a genomic analysis"
Host: Brian Gregory
109 Leidy Lab
The University of Pennsylvania Center for Bioethics invites you to attend an informal discussion, featuring Melissa McCullough, PhD.
The discussion, entitled "Caring, Compassion and Common Sense in health care: What’s commercialisation got to do with it?" is scheduled for Thursday, March 24, 2011 at 12 noon in Classroom 321. Please see the attached flyer to obtain more information on this and future events, as well as a short bio., highlighting the achievements of Dr. McCullough.
Please note that the Center for Bioethics' Informal Discussion series is a free-of-charge event. Lunch will be provided.
Michael Brennick, PhD
"The Pharyngeal Airway and Obesity in Rodents: Insights from Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Spectroscopy and Elastography"
Suite 201, 3624 Market Street
Michael Brennick, PhD "The Pharyngeal Airway and Obesity in Rodents: Insights from Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Spectroscopy and Elastography"