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Office of Postdoctoral Scholars

Overview

The mission of Office of Postdoctoral Scholars (OPS) is to enrich the training experiences and long-range outcomes of our Postdoctoral Researchers by: fostering a sense of community, new collaborations and providing industry leading research training support and career development opportunities. Our institution recognizes the valuable contributions made to the research enterprise and intellectual community by our Postdoctoral Researchers. The Office of Postdoctoral Scholars is dedicated to providing each postdoc and the faculty that mentor them the support they need to succeed. 

We are proud members of the National Postdoctoral Association (NPA).


Upcoming Events

28Nov
9:00 AM | 660 W. Redwood Street, Howard Hall, Room 450 During this session, participants will receive advice on how to respond to reviewers which is an important aspect of submitting a research paper.
30Nov
9:30 AM | MSTF Atrium Come for brunch and learn about core facilities and resources available to support your research at the School of Medicine.
30Nov
10:00 AM | 685 W. Baltimore Street, MSTF Building, Room 316 The purpose of this workshop is to help faculty in composing and clearly describing their underlying research question, hypothesis, and specific aims.
4Dec
1:30 PM | Howard Hall 450 "Tools for Industry Careers" Series, featuring Brad Fackler, Senior Director of the Office of BioHealth and Life Science at the State of Maryland Department of Commerce
5Dec
2:00 PM | Woodward Conference Room (North Hospital N3E05) Please join the Department of Nephrology and PPGM in welcoming Dr. Brendan Keating from the Penn Transplant Institute, Perelman School or Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.
7Dec
9:00 AM | 685 W. Baltimore Street, MSTF Building, Room 316 This interactive workshop will assist postdocs in identifying non-NIH sources of funding for their research.
8Dec
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.
12Dec
8:30 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 349 This half day workshop focuses on scientific leadership and management skills that are essential for newly independent scientists, or those who are transitioning to independence.
13Dec
4:00 PM | Hosick Hall, 1st Floor Bressler Research Bldg. Join PPGM in welcoming Dr. Gillian Hooker presenting âA Market-based Approach to Tracking Trends in Clinical Genetic Testing and Policy Development".
18Dec
1:30 PM | Howard Hall 450 "Tools for Industry Careers" Series, featuring Brad Fackler, Senior Director of the Office of BioHealth and Life Science at the State of Maryland Department of Commerce