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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).


Postdoc Profiles


Upcoming Events

15Oct
1:00 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Presented by Brad Fackler, MBA, Senior Director, Office of BioHealth and Life Science at State of Maryland, Department of Commerce
16Oct
9:00 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 351 This session addresses some of the most difficult scenarios facing new faculty: when to say "yes" to requests for service, teaching, collaborating, etc., and when â and how- to say "no" to requests.
22Oct
1:00 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Presented by Brad Fackler, MBA, Senior Director, Office of BioHealth and Life Science at State of Maryland, Department of Commerce
23Oct
9:00 AM | 621 W. Lombard Street, SMC Campus Center, Room 351 This session will provide an overview of Patient-Centered Outcomes Research funding opportunities.
30Oct
12:30 PM | Heath and Science Facility III, Lecture Hall, room 1010 The Mid-Atlantic Nutrition Obesity Research Center (NORC) Annual Symposium featuring Martin g. Myers, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
5Nov
1:30 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Presented by Brad Fackler, MBA, Senior Director, Office of BioHealth and Life Science at State of Maryland, Department of Commerce
6Nov
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.
7Nov
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.
8Nov
9:00 AM | 660 W. Redwood Street, Howard Hall, Room 450 This session will focus on the publication planning process and provide tips for getting published in an academic journal.
14Nov
8:30 AM | SMC Campus Center, Room 210 (621 W. Lombard Street) This half day workshop is designed as an introduction to grant writing for investigators with little or no experience writing an NIH or other peer-reviewed grant application.