External Jobs & Announcements

- Announcements, External Events & Job Opportunities -

This page is used to advertise non-OPF Events and Announcements that may be of interest to our community. We also post job opportunities received from our colleagues and partners outside of Harvard Medical School.  Please contact us if you wish to have an announcement, event or job listing posted here.

Announcements and External Events

New Nanocourse: “Assay automation and quantitation – from benchtop to HTS”, Dates: Tuesday, March 28, Friday, March 31 & Friday, April. The first two sessions are open to all, registration is required for session 3.  Enrollment for session 3 is limited.  For additional information and registration, please see:  https://nanosandothercourses.hms.harvard.edu/node/423

Harvard Catalyst now accepting applications for the Mentee-Mentor Relationship course. This two-day course will focus on the perspective of the mentee. Course runs June 15-16, For more information and a detailed description of the course, please visit http://catalyst.harvard.edu/services/formal-mentoring/.

HMS Tools and Technology Course: 12-day In-Depth NGS Data Analysis Course | Dates:  May 31st – July 7th, 2017 | The course will start on May 31st meet 2 days a week for 6 weeks. | Pre-registration link, dates, and more details about the application process can be found at http://tinyurl.com/ngs-course-info-2017 | Pre-Registration Deadline: April 3rd

HGWISE and Harvard Biotech Club Biotech Panel: “A perspective on women’s careers in biotechnology and pharma” | Monday, April 3, 6 - 7 PM | TMEC 227*, Harvard Medical School, Boston MA 02215 | Please RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/KorXD6ikC5hf5is13

Call for Submissions: Poster Presenter Application Massachusetts Life Sciences Innovation Day 2017, June 1, 2017 | Deadline:  May 8, 2017 | In order to present a Poster, you must complete the attached application form (below) and submit it to the Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center to jgoldberg@umassp.edu.

National Research Mentoring Network - Will you be preparing a proposal to submit to NIH in the upcoming months? Do you want to be coached on effective writing techniques from experienced grant writers? Let NRMN's highly skilled grant writing coaches help you submit a grant proposal. Application deadline: April 10, 2017

Boston Biomedical Innovation Center “Fast Pitch for Funding’ – Thursday, April 27 | 10:00am-12:00pm | Boston Children's Hospital Karp Research Building, 1 Blackfan Circle , 4th Floor Atrium, Boston, MA 02115 | Fast Pitch for Funding is an event hosted by the Boston Biomedical Innovation Center, that provides you the opportunity to pitch a team of experts on your research. You will receive immediate feedback with the opportunity to apply for our grant programs which can provide up to $350,000 per project, business coaching, and project management

Nano course - Making Figures: Designing Professional and Effective Figures for Publication, Wednesday, April 19, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm in TMEC Amphitheater. No registration needed for postdocs, auditors, etc. For more information and to sign up: https://nanosandothercourses.hms.harvard.edu/node/422

HMS/HSDM CV & Narrative Workshop | Wednesday, May 3 | 12:00-1:30pm | One Brigham Circle 4-002B (CFDD) | This seminar, presented by Bethany Westlund, PhD, Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs, Harvard Medical School, will discuss the guidelines and sections of the HMS/HSDM CV & Narrative. The criteria for successfully navigating the promotions process at Harvard Medical School will be reviewed followed by an opportunity for Q&A.

Job Opportunities
- please note, these job postings are a courtesy to the HMS Postdoc community. Please send any and all inquiries about job opportunities below to the listing organization, company or individual and not to the OPF. -

Postdoc Position at Wellesley College: The Klepac-Ceraj Lab at Wellesley College is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral candidate to run an NIH-funded Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) program that will explore how gut and salivary microbiomes mediate exposure-brain-cognition/behavior relationships in a large (n~1100) and well-characterized pediatric cohort. Candidates must have a PhD in computer science, bioinformatics, physics, microbial ecology, or a related quantitative field. Preferred qualifications for this position include experience designing software applications to retrieve and analyze large datasets, background in statistics, and strong writing skills. The candidate should be creative, independent, and have an ability to communicate effectively with undergraduate research students and collaborators.Start date is negotiable (Summer/Fall 2017), the position includes competitive salary, benefits, and travel budget. To apply, please e-mail Vanja (vklepacc@wellesley.edu) with a cover letter stating how your research interests are related to this position, curriculum vitae, and contact information for 3 references. (3.23.17)

Scientist, Immunology, New Venture Labs, Cambridge, MA. An opportunity for a discovery biologist is available to join Moderna’s early discovery group, New Venture Labs. (3.22.17)

Novartis Institute of Biomedical Research is seeking an expert in cellular assays and molecular biology to join the Oncology Disease Area (DA) in Cambridge MA. For more information. (3.22.17)

A postdoctoral fellow position is available in the lab of Dr. Sang Park at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Please send your CV and 3 references’ contact information to: 
sangpark2014@gmail.com Full description in attached PDF at bottom of page. (3.22.17)

The Helmsley Charitable Trust seeks an Associate Program Officer (APO) to directly support the Type 1 Diabetes Program Officers within an evolving grant portfolio that aims to identify biomedical interventions to delay and prevent the disease. (3.8.17)

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