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New Issue of Opportunities to Explore - January 14-18, 2018

Monday, January 14, 2019

The new issue of opportunities to explore is out now! This issue is packed with events, resources, funding opportunities and courses!

Resource of the week

Handshake logo

Handshake is your career connection resource, allowing you to:

  • Find internship and employment opportunities based on your interests
  • Discover when employers are heading to campus
  • Connect with alumni and employers
  • Attend events and programs in your field of interest

Access Handshake at the Professional Development Site.

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TBS Student Explores Drug Repurposing to Treat Infectious Disease

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Infectious diseases still pose a big health risk in resource-limited areas of the world. A fourth-year student in the UR CTSI's Translational Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program, Marhiah Montoya, is exploring the possibility of repurposing pre-existing estrogen receptor drugs, like tamoxifen, to fight these infections. Read Montoya's mini-review in mBio.

TBS Student Dissertation Defense

Monday, January 7, 2019

UR CTSI Translational Biomedical Science graduate student, Kristen Bush Marshall, will defend her dissertation, titled, “Inpatient mobility to predict hospital-onset Clostridium difficile: a network approach,” on Friday, January 18.  She will discuss her use of electronic health records and network analysis of hospital-onset clostridium difficile, a life-threatening infection triggered by taking antibiotics. Martin Zand, M.D., Ph.D., has been her advisor and mentor for the past three years.
 
Bush Marshall is committed to becoming an epidemiologist, with a clear focus on infection prevention and understanding the fundamental mechanisms of disease transmission in communities and healthcare facilities.
 
Date: Friday, January 18
Time: 12:00 pm
Location: Helen Wood Hall Auditorium 1W-304

UR-RCMI Scholarly Exchange Request for Applications

Monday, January 7, 2019

Faculty, staff, and students at the University of Rochester can apply now for funding to support research collaboration activities with their counterparts from any institution in the Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) program.
 
The UR-RCMI Scholarly Exchange Program awards up to five projects a maximum of $3,000 each to help colleagues from different cultures, disciplines, and academic appointments build partnerships and produce abstracts, publications, or grant applications together and to foster the next generation of researchers from underrepresented populations.

Learn more and access the application from the UR CTSI Stories blog.
If you have questions, please contact Ivelisse Rivera, M.D., UR-RCMI Exchange Coordinator.
Applications are due Friday, January 25.
 

New Issue of Opportunities to Explore - January 7-11, 2018

Friday, January 4, 2019

The new issue of opportunities to explore is out now! This issue is packed with events, resources, funding opportunities and courses!

Resource Of The Week

ibiology logoJob Hunting in Industry: Searching, Applying, Interviewing, and Negotiating for a Scientist Position in Biotech and Pharma

Presented by Bill Lindstaedt (UCSF)

Job hunting in industry might seem like a mysterious or overwhelming task, but there are specific skills you can learn to make the process approachable and successful. In a series of four talks, Bill Lindstaedt, the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Career Advancement, International and Postdoctoral Services (CAIPS) at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), will show you how to effectively search, apply, interview and negotiate for industry scientist positions.

Watch our new video: Job Hunting in Industry: Searching, Applying, Interviewing, and Negotiating for a Scientist Position in Biotech and Pharma

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