A weekly in depth discussion of two pre-selected relevant recent publications from the biomedical literature
New staff orientation is a half-day program that provides an overview of the Perelman SOM as well as specific useful information about key functions and resources that are important to Perelman SOM staff. Specifically, the program will help new staff:
understand the Perelman School of Medicine's past, mission, and vision for the future
understand the Perelman School of Medicine's organizational and reporting structure
learn relevant functional departments contacts and numbers
identify resources that are available to support you as a Perelman School of Medicine employee
It is expected that all new employees and transfers to the Perelman School of Medicine will participate in the orientation as soon after their start date as possible. Orientation sessions are generally scheduled monthly, but may vary with the volume of new hires. Invitations are sent directly to all new staff and transfers at their home address. There are three ways to register:
"Optogenetic technologies for perturbing cellular physiology"
Physiology Conference Room
B404 Richards Building
For more information call: (215) 898-8725
4:00PM -5:00 PM
David Rueda (Wayne State), "Single molecule dynamics of sliceosomal RNAs"
* Learn How You Can Grow at BCG – The University of Pennsylvania **
At BCG, your potential is limited only by your talents and ambitions. You will work daily with the world’s leading businesses on a wide-range of high-level strategic challenges. The knowledge, experience, and skills you will gain will provide you with a springboard to excel in any field within BCG or beyond.
We are excited to announce the fall on-campus recruitment dates for PhDs, MDs, post-docs, and JDs at UPenn! This is a great chance for you to learn more about BCG and the many diverse opportunities available to you. We’re looking forward to sharing the BCG experience with you!
We invite all Women PhDs/MDs/JDs/post-docs to a Women's event:
Date: Thursday, September 20
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Location: BCG New York Office – 430 Park Avenue
Suggested Attire: Business Casual
Format: Q&A panel of current women consultants at BCG followed by cocktail event in the office
Wednesday, September 26 – Interview Invites will be sent out
Monday, October 1 – Full-time Interviews for North America
New York Office – 430 Park Ave
Friday, October 5 – Decision Round Interviews for the New York Office
*varies by office
** HOW TO APPLY FOR A FULL-TIME POSITION **
Full-time applications for the Boston Consulting Group will be accepted online until Sunday, September 16. Required documents include a cover letter, 1-2 page business resume, essay, and standardized test scores (e.g. GRE, GMAT, MCAT, etc.). You can apply online directly by visiting http://apply.bcg.com/University_Penn
Questions can be sent to: NYMADCRecruiting@bcg.com
NYM ADC Recruiting Team
AMaster’s students interested in a full-time position at the Boston Consulting Group can learn more and view upcoming events by visiting http://www.bcg.com/join_bcg/oncampus/upenn.aspx. The application deadline is September 19, 2012. We will be accepting applications through PennLink, but an application must also be submitted at http://apply.bcg.com/university_penn. Any questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
"Synthesis of natural and unnatural products"
Matthew L. Steinhauser, MD
Associate Physician, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School
"New Approaches to Tracking Cell Division and Progenitor Fate"
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Conference Room 12-146
12th Floor, Translational Research Center
Preparing Written Materials for the Academic Job Market
September 20, 2012
Science, Math and Engineering Session - David Rittenhouse Lab Room A6, 5-6pm
Career Services advisors will present information and answer your questions about CV's, cover letters, statements of research interest, teaching philosophies and other written materials you may be called upon to submit over the course of a job search for a faculty position. To make the most of this workshop, we strongly recommend you take a look at our articulate presentation about Preparing for the Academic Job Search. No sign-ups are required to attend.
Webinar/Workshop: Landing your Dream Job or Internship with the Federal Government
Thursday, September 20, 2012
3pm - 4pm
McNeil Building, Room 97
GO GOVERNMENT WEBINAR – from the Partnership for Public Service: This webinar is for students interested in finding and applying for federal internships and jobs. During this session, we will highlight a number of exciting internships and jobs across government, and show how to research, find, and apply for an internship or job. Please look at more federal careers information here: http://www.makingthedifference.org/index.shtml . No registration is necessary to attend.
Speaker: Yi Jin, PhDAffiliation: University of Pennsylvania, Department of Pharmacology