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Office of Research Career Development (RCD)

The Research Career Development Program (RCD) offers workshops, classes and seminars in subjects that are crucial to an academic research career, including Grant Writing, Publishing Your Research and Identifying Funding Sources for Your Research. In addition, we offer symposia in Scientific Leadership & Professional Development.

In addition to the workshops and services that are currently offered, several new workshops are being developed.

Please check back with this website frequently to see announcements of these new training opportunities. RCD also co-sponsors events with the Office of Postdoctoral Scholars.


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Helping Junior Faculty Achieve Success

The RDC offers workshops, classes and seminars in subjects that are crucial to an academic research career, including grant writing, publishing research and identifying funding sources for research.



Upcoming Events

26Jun
1:00 PM | 660 W. Redwood Street, Howard Hall, Room 224 This seminar will cover: how to identify the appropriate DoD award mechanism, tips for applying, and insights into the review process.
27Jun
9:00 AM | 685 W. Baltimore Street, MSTF Building, Room 316 This interactive workshop will assist faculty in identifying non-NIH sources of funding for their research.
12Jul
5:00 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Co-hosted by the GPILS/OPS Office of Career and Professional Development and by Dr. Bill Jackson, Assistant Professor, Microbiology and Immunology Dinner will be provided!
18Jul
12:00 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Please join GPILS/OPS Office of Career and Professional Development for this summer's Career Rounds! Lunch will be provided.
19Jul
9:00 AM | 655 W. Baltimore St, Bressler Research Building, Room 14-007 This session will provide an overview of the Passano Foundation Clinician-Investigator Award for Career Development at the UMSOM, including tips for applying, to potential candidates.
2Aug
5:00 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Co-hosted by the GPILS/OPS Office of Career and Professional Development and by Dr. Bill Jackson, Assistant Professor, Microbiology and Immunology Dinner will be provided!
6Aug
9:00 AM | 20 Penn Street, HSF II Auditorium, 1st floor This course is designed for new researchers, or those looking for a refresher, who struggle with designing good studies and/or writing publishable manuscripts/grants.
7Aug
9:00 AM | 20 Penn Street, HSF II Auditorium, 1st floor This course is designed for new researchers, or those looking for a refresher, who struggle with designing good studies and/or writing publishable manuscripts/grants.
8Aug
9:00 AM | 20 Penn Street, HSF II Auditorium, 1st floor This course is designed for new researchers, or those looking for a refresher, who struggle with designing good studies and/or writing publishable manuscripts/grants.
8Aug
12:00 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Please join GPILS/OPS Office of Career and Professional Development for this summer's Career Rounds! Lunch will be provided.
9Aug
9:00 AM | 20 Penn Street, HSF II Auditorium, 1st floor This course is designed for new researchers, or those looking for a refresher, who struggle with designing good studies and/or writing publishable manuscripts/grants.
10Aug
9:00 AM | 20 Penn Street, HSF II Auditorium, 1st floor This course is designed for new researchers, or those looking for a refresher, who struggle with designing good studies and/or writing publishable manuscripts/grants.
10Aug
12:00 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Please join GPILS/OPS Office of Career and Professional Development for this summer's Career Rounds! Lunch will be provided.
16Aug
5:00 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Co-hosted by the GPILS/OPS Office of Career and Professional Development and by Dr. Bill Jackson, Assistant Professor, Microbiology and Immunology Dinner will be provided!
24Aug
12:00 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Please join GPILS/OPS Office of Career and Professional Development for this summer's Career Rounds! Lunch will be provided.
6Sep
9:00 AM | 660 Redwood Street, Howard Hall 450 This session will provide an overview of the grant programs offered by the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund (MSCRF) for human stem cell research in the state of Maryland.

Associate Dean

Wendy Sanders, MA