Postdoc Internship Program
Short-term internships for gaining skills and experience in diverse careers. Check out the Postdoc Internship Program website for complete program descriptions.
Current position openings:
- Policy & Advocacy - Office of Policy Coordination
- Program Development - Professional Development Office
- **NEW** Science Communication - Office of External Affairs in the BSPH
- Research & Development in Industry - MedImmue/AstraZeneca
Increase your on-campus visibility
Are you publishing a paper? Let Marketing and Communications know by sending your manuscript, journal, and anticipated publication date to JHMedia@jhmi.edu.
2015 Retreat Survey - Topics
Postdocs, we need your input! The planning process is underway for the 2nd Annual Postdoc Retreat, co-organized by the JHPDA and HWPDA. On April 7, 2015, this year's retreat will focus on "PhD Careers" and will cover professional development topics related to academic and diverse career paths after the postdoctoral fellowship. It will also provide postdocs opportunities to present their research.
We need your input! Please answer these four questions.
reDISCOVER the Welch Medical Library!
Join Anne Seymour, Director of the Welch Library, in celebrating the recent renovation of the Library’s second floor.
Nancy McCall, Director of the Alan Chesney Mason Medical Archives for JHMI, will be giving a brief talk about the Legends of Hopkins and Welch Library.
When: Dec. 3rd, 2014
Time: 4:30 - 6:00 pm
Where: Welch Medical Library, West Reading Room
Food and drinks will be provided! We look forward to seeing you! For questions contact Victoria Riese.
Join Ultrasounds for our Winter Concert
Ultrasounds is the Hopkins graduate student and East Baltimore campus premier instrumental ensemble featuring classical music, jazz, funk and more. Refreshments will be provided!
When: Friday, Dec. 5th, 12:30 pm
Where: 2nd floor, Armstrong Medical Education Building
Great, inexpensive photography
The Department of Pathology, JHMI offers excellent photography services. For more information, click here.
National Science Foundation Graduate Education Forum
The forum is intended to encourage discussion among US graduate-education stakeholders and will provide the DGE a direct connection with graduate students, faculty, university administrators, employers, and others who would like to contribute to the national dialogue. For more information, click here.
New JHPDA Meetup.com Group
JHPDA has created a Meetup.com group for postdocs interested in attending smaller local events around Baltimore, such as concerts, art walks, happy hours, museums, and other happenings. Go to Meetup.com, create a profile, and join the Johns Hopkins Postdoctoral Association Meetup Group. Receive emails about weekly events other JHPDA members are attending.
Joining the JHPDA
Interested in one of our committees? Want to contribute to postdoc events, policy and training? Good ideas for future events?
Email us: email@example.com
Bulletin provided by the JHPDA Media and Communications Committee
Want to contribute to our bulletin? Know of an upcoming event, or want to write an article for our “In Brief” section?
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tell Your Stories: Submit a post
Postdoc Business Cards
[Includes instructions for postdocs in the Schools of Medicine and Public Health, and postdocs at Homewood.]
BusyGrad: housing, reviews, buy/sell items
[BusyGrad is not affiliated with Hopkins.]
IN BRIEF: Associate Dean’s corner
As we turn the corner of the new academic year I would like to recap some of the exciting initiatives the postdoctoral affairs advisory board and I have implemented. First, Drs. Mark Wu, Gaelle Kolb, Geetanjali Chander, and Ken Witwer along with Corinne Pettigrew and Casey Rebholz have begun our bimonthly “fireside chats”. This consists of a luncheon during which postdoctoral fellows share what resources their departments have for research, and creates a wonderful setting for networking. Let us know if you to are interested in attending.
Secondly, several mini-internships have recently been created throughout the institution, in The Office of Policy Coordination, The Professional Development Office and JHSPH Media and Public Relations Office. The purpose of these is to provide a means by which postdoctoral fellows gain exposure to a variety of career opportunities that they might choose in the future. Stay tuned for additional ones to roll out. We also have a lecture series in which we have invited 4 successful scientists from a variety of career backgrounds. Our first visiting lecturer was Nancy Thornberry, an extremely accomplished scientist in diabetes research and industry. Keep an eye out for our future, visiting scientists who include Victor Ambros, Keith Micoli, and Anthony Fauci.
Last, but not least, I wish you all a wonderful holiday season and certainly hope to see you at the wine and cheese reception, December 4th.
Associate Dean for Postdoctoral Affairs
UPCOMING JHPDA EVENTS
JHPDA Monthly meeting, Wed., Dec 3rd
The JHPDA Executive Office and Committee Chairs meet each month to discuss current issues and upcoming events or plans. If you would like to become more involved or have an issue/suggestion that you would like addressed, please attend our next monthly meeting. We are a very open organization and appreciate feedback and attendance from any postdoc interested in our association - all postdocs are welcome!
When: Wednesday, December 3rd, 5:30 - 6:30 pm
Where: Preclinical Teaching Building (PCTB), 113/114 (opposite the Greenhouse Cafe) (map)
Questions? Contact email@example.com
Postdoc Coffee Break, Wed., Dec 3rd
As the days get shorter and colder, warm up with some holiday-themed beverages and tasty snacks along side your fellow postdocs. Come to network, meet new friends and get to know the Policy & Advocacy Committee.
When: Wednesday, December 3rd, 3:00 - 4:30 pm
Where: Owens Pre-function Area, CRB II
Questions? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wine & Cheese Event, Thu., Dec 4th
The Associate Dean of Postdoctoral Affairs, Dr. Martha Zeiger, cordially invites postdocs to network at a Wine & Cheese Event!
When: Thursday, December 4th, 4:00 - 5:30 pm
Where: Houck Lobby 1st floor, Phipps Building
Questions? Contact email@example.com
Shuttle Social, Thu., Dec 11th
The Socials committee invites you to another Shuttle Social event!
When: Thursday, December 11th, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Where: Homeslyce, 336 N. Charles Street, Mount Vernon, Baltimore (JHMI/Peabody/Homewood shuttle Washington Monument stop)
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Professional Development Office (PDO) Events:
Fall 2014 Research Leadership for Postdocs (lunchtime modules)
When: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 12:00 - 1:30 pm (unless otherwise noted below)
Where: 1830 Building, classroom 2-108
- 12/02: Managing Research Funds, Faculty Panel
- 12/04: Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship
- 12/09: Time Management (11:30 am - 1:30 pm)
- 12/11: Project Management (3 hours)
Additional Professional Development Events:
Bloomberg School of Public Health Career Services Office Events (Fall 2014)
Fall 2014 event details for SPH postdocs, including event descriptions, locations, RSVP links can be found on the Career Services Office website.
Questions? Contact email@example.com
- 12/02, “Access to Experts” Alumni Speaker: Marcel Muenster, CEO and Founder, TraveDoc (RSVP)
- 12/02, “Access to Experts” information session: TraveDoc (RSVP)
Grant writing workshop hosted by TRNAMH and presented by Dr. Donna Vogel
This two-hour workshop held via webinar will focus on the anatomy and physiology of the parts of the NIH-style application with particular attention to the R- and K-type proposals. A brief discussion of the electronic submission process will be included. If you would like to have your title, abstract, and specific aims page analyzed in this session please submit to Amanda Brown (instructions and diagram) by Monday, Dec. 1st.
When: Tuesday, December 16th, 2014, 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Time Management: How to Create 5 Extra Hours a Week for Your Use
How often do you say to yourself, “If only I had more time!” or “Where did the time go?” Do you look at others and ask “How do they get it done?” This course provides you with the skill set to create time in your day, remove extraneous baggage from your schedule and be much more productive per unit time. The seminar will help you to create 5 extra hours of productive time in a week.
When: Thursday, December 11th, 8:30 - 10:30 am (breakfast from 8:00 - 8:30 am)
Where: 2024 Building, Suite 2-1002, 2024 East Monument Street
Speaker: Dr. David Yousem
Contact and RSVP: Valentina Viertel (410-502-5521); RSVP here
Welch Library Courses
The Welch Medical Library offers the following classes and lectures for our faculty, staff and students. For more information, see here.
- Registration for the National Postdoctoral Association 2015 Annual Meeting is now open (link)
- The Dan David Prize scholarship ($15K; due 3/10/15, application link; for details about selected fields of interest, click here)
- Research Study, paid participation: Physical & Mental Fatigue Study (link)
- Request for guest editors for Biochemistry Insights Journal (contact Mariana Figuera Losada)
- Association of Women in Science is recruiting new leaders on their Executive Board (more info; if interested, contact Ekemini Riley)
FELLOWSHIP & JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Recent additions listed below.
- New England Anti-Vivisection Society $40,000 postdoc grant for non-animal alternatives in women’s health/sex differences (due 12/15; details, link)
- Pearl M. Stetler Research Fund for Women Physicians, $65,000 awards (due 1/15/15; contact Meredith McCormack; link)
- 2 postdoc positions in Dr. Mark Anderson’s lab; research in calcium and redox signaling and mitochondrial metabolism in cardiac physiology & disease (link)
- Lead Clinical Research Associate (In-House), Hinckley, OH (link)
- Sleep and Performance Scientist (link)
- Protein Engineer/Molecular Biology Scientist (link)
- Biogen Idec Postdoctoral Program (link)
- Research Opportunities in Europe for NSF-funded postdocs (link)
- International opportunity: Scientific Instrumentation (link)
- Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, Scientific Grants Manager (link)
- American Heart Association fellowship (due 1/16/15; link)
All Job and Fellowship listings are compiled here.
Details on NIH job listings are also compiled here.
Receive grant alerts here
Other opportunities can be found here.
EVENTS AROUND BALTIMORE
- Baltimore Farmer's Market, Sundays (underneath the Jones Falls overpass) Expressway on Saratoga Street between Holliday and Gay Street)
- Thursday Nights at the Walters, FREE art exhibits every Thurs., 5-9pm
For other local events, visit http://baltimore.org/events or here.