The monthly IACUC protocol review meeting is held the fourth Monday of each month.
Two Biomedical Sciences PhD students will present their research.
In this Harrell Health Sciences Library webinar, Ben Hoover will discuss the possibilities of 3D printing.
In this interactive workshop, graduate students and postdocs will discuss how a course syllabus can function as a tool for communication. In addition, participants will explore the basics of course design by creating learning objectives and aligning teaching and assessment strategies with those objectives.
"High Resolution Brain Mapping in the Postnatally Developing Mouse Brain” will be presented by Kyra Newmaster.
All Penn State undergraduate, medical and graduate students, along with postdoctoral scholars, residents and faculty interested in cancer research, are invited to join Penn State Cancer Institute’s Fourth Annual Cancer Research Day.
Two Biomedical Sciences students will present.
The Institute for Computational and Data Sciences is hosting its annual symposium.
Kristen Manto, MD/PhD Biomedical Sciences, G3 student, presents work from the Elfar lab.
Dr. Kent Vrana, Chair of the Department of Pharmacology, will discuss mentorship in basic science research with MD/PhD students.
Frank Perez, PhD, Director, Medical Science Liaisons, Amneal Pharmaceuticals, will offer strategies/tips on resumes, networking, LinkedIn and interviewing for those wishing to transition to a career in the pharmaceutical industry.
This Research Operations and Administrative Rounds (ROAR) will include topics related to contracts.
The Conflict of Interest Review Committee (CIRC) provides oversight for research conflicts on the College of Medicine campus.
As part of the Graduate and Postdoctoral Career Day event, graduate students and postdoctoral scholars will learn about a wide range of career options available to master's and PhD graduates in the life sciences and public health, and have the opportunity to network with a variety of professionals, including Penn State alumni.
This date is tentatively scheduled for a TriNetX data refresh.