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-OPF Upcoming Events-


Throughout the year, fellows have the opportunity to participate in a curriculum of workshops, panel discussions, and seminars designed to advance skills in lab management, grant writing and identifying funding opportunities, applying for academic and industry positions, interviewing and networking, scientifi c communication, and pedagogy.

September | October | November | December

 

 

-SEPTEMBER EVENTS-

 


Pathways to Entrepreneurship: Stacie Weninger, F-Prime Capital

When: Tuesday, September 27, 2016 | 4:30-6:30pm
Where:
Waterhouse Room, Gordon Hall 106, 25 Shattuck Street (MAP)

Speaker: Stacie Weninger, F-Prime Capital, Executive Director of F-Prime Biomedical Research Initiative, Harvard PhD alumna, and former postdoc at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital

What are the first steps in a career commercializing scientific innovation?
Join us to meet young entrepreneurs, navigate your career options and explore innovation fellowship opportunities, followed by networking and refreshments. Please note the new location.

Co-sponsored by the Harvard Office of Technology Development and the HMS/HSDM Office for Postdoctoral Fellows

RSVP at http://harvard-pathways.eventbrite.com

 

 

HMPA Forum: Adam Wong, PhD

When: Tuesday, September 27, 2016 | 5:15-6:15pm
Where:
TMEC 448, 260 Longwood Ave (MAP)

Speaker: Adam Wong, PhD, Research Fellow, BCH, HMS

Title: “How gut microbes help, hack or harm their hosts: insights from the Drosophila model”

Please join the Harvard Medical Postdoctoral Association (HMPA) for the Postdoc Forum for a science talk on September 27.  The HMPA Forum enables postdocs to get feedback on their talks, hear about diverse science outside their department, and network with postdocs from across HMS.

Pizza and beer will be provided.

 

 

Outstanding Postdoc Awards Symposium & Reception

When: Thursday, September 29 | 2:00-5:00pm
Where:
Waterhouse Room, Gordon Hall, 1st Floor, 25 Shattuck Street (MAP)

In conjunction with the 2016 National Postdoc Appreciation Week (NPAW16), the Office for Postdoctoral Fellows is partnering with the HMS/HSDM basic science departments to honor the achievements of some of our exceptional postdoctoral research fellows for their research accomplishments, while also considering all around scientific service.
Selected postdocs from each department will be invited to present a 15 minute research seminar.

Outstanding Postdoc Award Recipients:
Yi Fan, PhD, HSDM
Paul Greer, PhD, Neurology
Long Li, PhD, Cell Bio
Benjamin Okaty, PhD, Genetics
Jacob Stewart-Ornstein, PhD, Systems Biology
Ethan Van Arnam, PhD, BCMP
Andy Yuan, PhD, MBIB

Outstanding Postdoc Service Award Recipient:
David Riglar, PhD, Systems Biology

Reception will follow the research talks.

REGISTER HERE:
Eventbrite - 2016 Outstanding Postdoc Fellow Awards Symposium

 

 


Postdoc Office Hours

When: Friday, September 30, 2016 | 12:00-3:00pm (30 min. appts.)
Schedule an Appointment

Where: Postdoc Office, Gordon Hall, Room 006 (MAP)

Make an appointment with the Director of the Postdoc Office for a 30 minute session of career coaching, networking & job search advice, interview assistance, or critique of your application materials. Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. It is helpful to visit myIDP on Science Careers website (http://myidp.sciencecareers.org/). Please email your materials to james_gould@hms.harvard.edu ahead of your scheduled meeting.

Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. Appointment times are every thirty minutes: 12:00pm; 12:30pm; 1:00pm; 1:30pm; 2:00pm; 2:30pm.

 


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-OCTOBER EVENTS-

 

 

Food for Thought: Managing Your Career & Professional Development

When: Wednesday, October 5, 2016 | 3:00-4:30pm
Where:
Cannon Room, Building C, 240 Longwood Ave. (MAP)

Speaker: Rodolphe Barrangou, PhD, Todd R. Klaenhammer Distinguished Scholar in Probiotics Research, North Carolina State University and Co-recipient of the 2016 Warren Alpert Foundation Prize

Please join us for a talk by the co-recipient of this year’s Warren Alpert Foundation Prize, in recognition of his work on The CRISPR/Cas9 Revolution and Gene Editing.

Dr. Barrangou will discuss his career path and his perspective on attaining your career or professional development goals. A Q&A will follow the talk.

REGISTER:

Eventbrite - Food for Thought: Managing Your Career & Professional Development (10.5.16)

 

 

 

Warren Alpert Foundation Prize Symposium

When: Thursday, October 6 | 1:30pm-5:30pm
Where:
 Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, New Research Building, 77 Ave. Louis Pasteur

The Warren Alpert Foundation Prize, in association with Harvard Medical School, recognizes and honors one or more scientists, physicians and researchers whose scientific achievements have led to the prevention, cure or treatment of human diseases or disorders, and/or whose research constitutes a seminal scientific finding that holds great promise of ultimately changing our understanding of or ability to treat disease. Each year the recipient(s) of the Warren Alpert Foundation Prize are recognized at a scientific symposium hosted by Harvard Medical School. 

In 2016 the Prize was awarded to The CRISPR/Cas9 Revolution and Gene Editing, In honor of Rodolphe Barrangou, Emmanuelle Charpentier,  Jennifer Doudna, Philippe Horvath, Viginijus Siksnys for remarkable contributions to the understanding of the CRISPR bacterial defense system and the revolutionary discovery that it can be adapted for genome editing.

Featured Speakers include:
-Rodolphe Barrangou, PhD, Todd R. Klaenhammer Distinguished Scholar in Probiotics Research, North Carolina State University, ‘CRISPR-mediated immunity in bacteria: discovery and applications’
-Austin Burt, PhD, Professor of Evolutionary Genetics, Imperial College London, ‘Developing CRISPR-based gene drive for malaria control’
-Emmanuelle Charpentier, PhD, Prof. Dr.; Scientific Member of the Max Planck Society, Max Planck Director, Professor, Umeå University, ‘The transformative genome engineering CRISPR-Cas9 technology: lessons learned from bacteria’
-Jennifer Doudna, PhD, Li Ka Shing Chancellor’s Chair in Biomedical and Health Sciences/HHMI Investigator, University of California, Berkeley, ‘The Future of Genome Engineering: Biology, Technology and Ethics’
-Philippe Horvath, PhD, Senior Scientist, Dupont, ‘CRISPR-mediated immunity in bacteria: discovery and applications’
-Virginijus Siksnys, PhD, Professor and Chief Scientist/Department Head, Institute of Biotechnology, Vilnius University, ‘From mechanisms of microbial immunity to novel genome editing tools’
-Luhan Yang, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, eGenesis, ‘Rewriting the pig genome to transform Xenotransplantation’EndFragment

RSVP: HMS_events@hms.harvard.edu

 


Path of Professorship for Postdoctoral Women

When: Friday, October 7, 2016 Time: Workshop: 9:00am - 5:30pm, Networking & Reception: 5:30-6:30pm
Where
: Waterhouse Room, Gordon Hall, 1st Floor, 25 Shattuck Street, Boston (MAP)

Workshop Description: Path of Professorship workshop is designed to provide postdoctoral women from the HMS and Cambridge campuses, who are considering a tenure-track position in STEM, with information about academic scientific careers, and the application process. This one-day workshop will focus on skills and strategies necessary for female postdocs to not just obtain a tenure-track position, but to succeed and advance once they are there. Attendees will learn: characteristics of different types of universities; advice on maintaining a balanced life, key strategies for applying and interviewing for academic positions; insights about negotiating the offer; advice from faculty on things you can do now and during your hire to make your tenure-track years as smooth and successful as possible.

Application Information: This workshop is intended for female postdocs who work in Quad-based and Harvard (Cambridge) STEM departments. Registration is limited to 40 attendees.

UPDATED: Applications to the workshop are due by 12:00pm on Wednesday, September 14

FOR MORE INFORMATION: http://postdoc.hms.harvard.edu/pathofprofessorship.html

 

 

 

Academic Job Search Series: The Academic Package

When: Tuesday, October 11 | 12:30 – 1:30pm
Where:
TMEC Amphitheater, 260 Longwood Avenue (MAP)

Description: Being a successful job candidate requires not only skills and knowledge, but also careful preparation. Faculty panelists will give a brief overview of their own professional job search, and will lead an open question and answer session. Come hear from our faculty panelists as they discuss:
- How and where to learn about open positions
- Interviewing for a position and job talk essentials
- What to include in the cover letter, CV, and teaching and research statements
- Managing the job search, application, and interview process

Panelists:
-Kate Baicker, C. Boyden Gray Professor of Health Economics
-Tamarra James-Todd, Mark and Catherine Winkler Assistant Professor,  of Environmental Reproductive and Perinatal Epidemiology
-Jay Mitchell, Associate Professor of Genetics and Complex Diseases
-JP Onnela, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics

Sponsored by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the HMS/HSDM Office for Postdoctoral Fellows

REGISTER: https://hsphacademicjobsearch.eventbrite.com

 

 

Postdoc Office Hours

When: Friday, October 14, 2016 | 12:00-3:00pm (30 min. appts.)
Schedule an Appointment

Where: Postdoc Office, Gordon Hall, Room 006 (MAP)

Make an appointment with the Director of the Postdoc Office for a 30 minute session of career coaching, networking & job search advice, interview assistance, or critique of your application materials. Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. It is helpful to visit myIDP on Science Careers website (http://myidp.sciencecareers.org/). Please email your materials to james_gould@hms.harvard.edu ahead of your scheduled meeting.

Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. Appointment times are every thirty minutes: 12:00pm; 12:30pm; 1:00pm; 1:30pm; 2:00pm; 2:30pm.

 

 

RCR-Responsible Conduct of Research: Scientist as Responsible Member of Society

When: Wednesday, October 19 | 12:30-2:00pm
Where: TMEC 209, 260 Longwood Ave. (MAP)

Facilitators: Rebeccah Lijek, PhD, Research Fellow in Microbology and Molecular Genetics, HMS, Jessica Polka, PhD, Research Fellow in Systems Biology, HMS, and David Riglar, PhD, Research Fellow in Systems Biology, HMS

Description: The Center for Bioethics’ RCR Course is primarily restricted to post doctoral trainees working within Quad based, HMS Faculty laboratories. Please note, in general, we are not able to accommodate requests from the hospital institutions with respect to training their clinical trainees. Exceptions may be considered on an individual basis and can depend on the the trainee’s primary funding source. Hospital administrators should look to their own institutions for RCR offerings.

The first 80 people registered for each session will receive a detailed email including location and how to access readings at least ONE WEEK prior to each session. (Priority will be given to those who attended sessions last year and need to complete their training this year.)
The course is designed to run as a graduate-style seminar. Each session will be co-facilitated by the course director, research faculty, and administrative deans. This course is meant to provide an opportunity to openly and critically reflect with your peers and others about what responsibility and integrity should mean to the professional scientific community. To that end, you will be expected to have done the readings prior to class and you will be expected to participate in discussion.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: https://hms.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0kAyV8ZgVmUoNqB

 

Postdoc Coffee House
(Download Event Flyer)

When: Thursday, October 20 , 2016 | 9:30-11:00am
Where: Gordon Hall, Room 006 (MAP)

Stop by the Postdoc Office on the third Thursday of every month to enjoy fresh coffee and donuts and to learn more about the opportunities available for postdocs.

 

 

The Art of Scientific Storytelling: Transform Your Research Manuscript (Rescheduled from August 26 & September 2)

When: Fridays October 28 & November 4 | 11:30am-1:00pm
Where
: Countway Library, Room 403, 10 Shattuck Street (MAP)

Speaker: Rafael E. Luna, PhD, Program Director, Office for Faculty Affairs, HMS | Instructor, BCMP, HMS | Author of The Art of Scientific Storytelling

PLEASE NOTE: This is a 2-part workshop that will meet on Friday, October 28 & November 4, 2016.

Description: Research manuscripts are written to have an impact on the scientific community and to be cited by others. However, there are thousands of research articles published in our respective fields each year. Is it possible to distinguish one’s research paper by communicating science in a clear and compelling fashion? This 2-part interactive course provides instruction on how to write a scientific manuscript using the structural aspects of storytelling, i.e. dramatic arc. We will explore the logic of narrative craft and adapt it to writing a scientific manuscript. Dr. Luna will introduce his Scientific Storytelling method for writing research manuscripts. During the first session (Friday, August 26), instruction will be provided on the implementation of the Scientific Storytelling method into the basic components of a research manuscript: Title, Abstract, Figures, Results, Introduction, and Discussion. During the second session (Friday, September 2), participants will then apply these concepts towards writing a title and an abstract for their own research, which will be critiqued and revised.

Assignment: After the first session, postdocs should prepare and submit a title and abstract of their current research. The title (115 character limit including spaces) and abstract (200-250 words) should incorporate aspects of the Scientific Storytelling method discussed in the first session. Please send your documents (either Word or pdf files) to the postdoc office (postdoc_office@hms.harvard.edu) by 4pm on Monday,October 31. These will then be compiled and shared with the class prior to the second session. Please come to the second session prepared to critique your peers’ work. A subset of the titles and abstracts will be discussed in class. At the end of the second session, Dr. Luna will return comments on the titles and abstracts to each participant in the class.

Registration begins on September 28

 


Postdoc Office Hours

When: Friday, October 28, 2016 | 12:00-3:00pm (30 min. appts.)
Schedule an Appointment

Where: Postdoc Office, Gordon Hall, Room 006 (MAP)

Make an appointment with the Director of the Postdoc Office for a 30 minute session of career coaching, networking & job search advice, interview assistance, or critique of your application materials. Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. It is helpful to visit myIDP on Science Careers website (http://myidp.sciencecareers.org/). Please email your materials to james_gould@hms.harvard.edu ahead of your scheduled meeting.

Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. Appointment times are every thirty minutes: 12:00pm; 12:30pm; 1:00pm; 1:30pm; 2:00pm; 2:30pm.

 


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-NOVEMBER EVENTS-

 

The Individual Development Plan: Maximizing Your Postdoc Training at HMS

When: Wednesday, November 9, 2016 | 1:00-3:00pm
Where: TBA

Featured Speaker: James Gould, PhD, Director, HMS/HSDM Office for Postdoctoral Fellows

Workshop Description:
The postdoc pursuit of independent investigation relies on getting the most out of their training. This seminar lays out tools and strategies for choosing the right research environment to thrive as a postdoc as well as planning, and executing, a successful postdoc tenure. This workshop will cover what you need know, and do, to efficiently advance in your early research career via an effective use of your individual development plan (IDP).

Registration will begin on October 10, 2016

 

 

LGBTQ in the Labs: Postdoc and PhD Mixer

When: Thursday, November 10 | 4:00-6:00pm
Where
: New Research Building, 77 Ave. Louis Pasteur (MAP)

Speaker: Sean Whelan, Professor of Microbiology & Immunobiology and Head, Program in Virology at Harvard Medical School

Description: Please join other Harvard Medical School Post-docs, PhD students, faculty, trainees and staff for a short talk with Sean Whelan, PhD about his life and career and then stay for the mixer.
Dr. Whelan obtained his BSc in Microbiology and Biochemistry at the University of Birmingham, and his PhD in Molecular Virology from the University of Reading with Dr. Jeff Almond.
Following post-doctoral training with Dr. Gail Wertz at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, Dr. Whelan established his own independent research group as an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School in 2002, and was appointed to Full Professor with tenure in 2012.

Questions? Contact Jessica Halem at jessica_halem@hms.harvard.edu.

This event is sponosored by the HMS/HSDM Office of Postdoctroal Fellows and Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnerhsip LGBT Office

Please RSVP: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LGBTQintheLabs

 

 

 

Postdoc Coffee House
(Download Event Flyer)

When: Thursday, November 17, 2016 | 9:30-11:00am
Where: Gordon Hall, Room 006 (MAP)

Stop by the Postdoc Office on the third Thursday of every month to enjoy fresh coffee and donuts and to learn more about the opportunities available for postdocs.

 


Postdoc Office Hours

When: Friday, November 18, 2016 | 12:00-3:00pm (30 min. appts.)
Schedule an Appointment

Where: Postdoc Office, Gordon Hall, Room 006 (MAP)

Make an appointment with the Director of the Postdoc Office for a 30 minute session of career coaching, networking & job search advice, interview assistance, or critique of your application materials. Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. It is helpful to visit myIDP on Science Careers website (http://myidp.sciencecareers.org/). Please email your materials to james_gould@hms.harvard.edu ahead of your scheduled meeting.

Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. Appointment times are every thirty minutes: 12:00pm; 12:30pm; 1:00pm; 1:30pm; 2:00pm; 2:30pm.

 

 

RCR-Responsible Conduct of Research: Authorship

When: Wednesday, November 30 | 12:30-2:00pm
Where: TMEC 227, 260 Longwood Ave.

Facilitators:  Melissa Brodrick, HMS Ombuds and Dan Wainstock, PhD, Associate Director of Research Integrityat HMS

Description: The Center for Bioethics’ RCR Course is primarily restricted to post doctoral trainees working within Quad based, HMS Faculty laboratories. Please note, in general, we are not able to accommodate requests from the hospital institutions with respect to training their clinical trainees. Exceptions may be considered on an individual basis and can depend on the the trainee’s primary funding source. Hospital administrators should look to their own institutions for RCR offerings.

The first 80 people registered for each session will receive a detailed email including location and how to access readings at least ONE WEEK prior to each session. (Priority will be given to those who attended sessions last year and need to complete their training this year.)
The course is designed to run as a graduate-style seminar. Each session will be co-facilitated by the course director, research faculty, and administrative deans. This course is meant to provide an opportunity to openly and critically reflect with your peers and others about what responsibility and integrity should mean to the professional scientific community. To that end, you will be expected to have done the readings prior to class and you will be expected to participate in discussion.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: https://hms.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0kAyV8ZgVmUoNqB

 

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-DECEMBER EVENTS-

 

Postdoc Office Hours

When: Friday, December 2, 2016 | 12:00-3:00pm (30 min. appts.)
Schedule an Appointment

Where: Postdoc Office, Gordon Hall, Room 006 (MAP)

Make an appointment with the Director of the Postdoc Office for a 30 minute session of career coaching, networking & job search advice, interview assistance, or critique of your application materials. Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. It is helpful to visit myIDP on Science Careers website (http://myidp.sciencecareers.org/). Please email your materials to james_gould@hms.harvard.edu ahead of your scheduled meeting.

Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. Appointment times are every thirty minutes: 12:00pm; 12:30pm; 1:00pm; 1:30pm; 2:00pm; 2:30pm.

 

Influence Without Authority: Getting Things Done When You're Not in Charge

When: Monday, December 12 |
Where:
TMEC 328, 260 Longwood Ave.

Eligibility: This program will be limited to 35 participants. Quad-based, HMS/HSDM postdoc will be given priority. Harvard and Hospital affiliate postdocs will be placed on a wait list. Please contact the Postdoc Office if you are uncertain of your eligibility.

Speaker: Gwen Acton, PhD, CEO, Vivo Group

Description: Do you need others to get things done, but they don’t report to you? That is an increasingly common situation in the life science and technology industries. The truth is that even when you do have “power”, you are often better off using influence first. The truly effective individual contributors, managers, and executives use influence skills to achieve results, regardless of their positional power within the organization or team structure. The workshop will provide you with key skills for getting things done whether or not you are in charge. You will improve your ability to manage “up”, get agreement from peers, and motivate reports that will enable you to work more effectively in project and cross-functional teams, collaborations, and matrixed organizations. 
This three hour workshop is highly interactive, and involves small-group discussions of case studies from the life science and technology industries, as well as group discussions, short role-playing exercises, and opportunities to gain perspective from and share best practices with other attendees. Participants are given theoretical background and overview of power and influence, as well as practical tools that can be implemented in the work place. Attendees in this workshop will practice identifying types of influence, recognizing the motivations of others, and developing a strategy for influencing others. Participants will receive hard-copy and electronic information, practical tools, tips and techniques to improve their ability to influence.

Bio: Gwen Acton, PhD, is an expert on the intersection of science and business. She is CEO of Vivo Group, a consulting firm that improves productivity and innovation in life science and technology companies through strategic leadership development. Prior to this, she served as Director of Scientific Development at the Whitehead Institute, where she established institute strategy for building long-term relationships with industry. Dr. Acton also ran the operations of the Functional Genomics Program, overseeing operations for a $40 million, 50-person sponsored research program related to the Human Genome Project, while successfully managing alliances with industry sponsors. Dr. Acton received a doctorate in biology from MIT where she worked in a Nobel-Prize winning laboratory. She next served as a faculty member at Harvard University in the department of Molecular and Cellular Biology. Dr. Acton recently led the non-profit group Women Entrepreneurs in Science & Technology (WEST), where she expanded membership and programming by over 10-fold. She currently serves a member of the Board of Directors of The Bioscience Network (TBN). Dr. Acton is the author of the book The Bluffer’s Guide to Genetics, published by Oval Books. She has also authored industry reports published by the Cambridge Healthtech Institute, and has written over 50 freelance articles for organizations such as the Associated (AP), National Public Radio, and Technology Review Magazine. A popular speaker and moderator, Dr. Acton is a member of the National Speakers Association.

Registration opens on November 12

 

 

RCR-Responsible Conduct of Research: Data Management

When: Wednesday, December 14 | 12:30-2:00pm
Where: TMEC 227, 260 Longwood Ave.

Facilitators:  Caroline Shamu, PhD, Assistant Professor of Radiology and Scientific Director, Research Cores and Technology, Massachusetts General Hospital

Description: The Center for Bioethics’ RCR Course is primarily restricted to post doctoral trainees working within Quad based, HMS Faculty laboratories. Please note, in general, we are not able to accommodate requests from the hospital institutions with respect to training their clinical trainees. Exceptions may be considered on an individual basis and can depend on the the trainee’s primary funding source. Hospital administrators should look to their own institutions for RCR offerings.

The first 80 people registered for each session will receive a detailed email including location and how to access readings at least ONE WEEK prior to each session. (Priority will be given to those who attended sessions last year and need to complete their training this year.)
The course is designed to run as a graduate-style seminar. Each session will be co-facilitated by the course director, research faculty, and administrative deans. This course is meant to provide an opportunity to openly and critically reflect with your peers and others about what responsibility and integrity should mean to the professional scientific community. To that end, you will be expected to have done the readings prior to class and you will be expected to participate in discussion.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: https://hms.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0kAyV8ZgVmUoNqB

 

 

Postdoc Holiday Party

When: Thursday, December 15, 2016 | 4:00-5:30pm
Where:
Waterhouse Room, Gordon Hall, 1st Floor, 25 Shattuck Street (MAP)

Details will be available in November

 

 

Postdoc Office Hours

When: Friday, December 2, 2016 | 12:00-3:00pm (30 min. appts.)
Schedule an Appointment

Where: Postdoc Office, Gordon Hall, Room 006 (MAP)

Make an appointment with the Director of the Postdoc Office for a 30 minute session of career coaching, networking & job search advice, interview assistance, or critique of your application materials. Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. It is helpful to visit myIDP on Science Careers website (http://myidp.sciencecareers.org/). Please email your materials to james_gould@hms.harvard.edu ahead of your scheduled meeting.

Postdoc Office Hours will be held every other Friday. Appointment times are every thirty minutes: 12:00pm; 12:30pm; 1:00pm; 1:30pm; 2:00pm; 2:30pm.


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