Attendees: Drs. Metz, Lieb, Yang, RN's, Robin Obelmejias, Heather Currier
"Careers in Science Writing and Communication" will be discussed on the Versatile PhD website June 17-21. This is a free online panel discussion for graduate students and postdocs featuring STEM PhDs currently working as science writers, editors, or communicators in a variety of settings.
June 17-21 on Versatile PhD website (all week). Visit “versatilephd.com”, sign in, and then visit the STEM Forum
Panelists introduce themselves on Monday June 17 and answer your questions for the rest of the week. Read and participate directly on the site, or get email notifications. OK to invite friends; anyone may register on VPhD for free and enjoy this great web-based discussion. Asynchronous format; participate anytime during the week. Discussion takes place in the STEM Forum.
NYU Langone Medical Center
Host: Jonathan Raper, Ph.D. (CDB)
Location: BRB Auditorium
Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN)
“Immuno-biology of arthralgia-inducing alphaviruses: From bed to bench and back” .
The 11th Emerging Infectious Diseases & Biodefense Vaccines, Therapeutics & Diagnostics, scheduled for June 17-19, 2013, will once again provide the latest information on the Federal government’s biodefense and public health medical countermeasures development, manufacturing and procurement initiatives. The conference is the ideal venue to interact face-to-face with representatives from Federal agencies tasked with protecting public health. Year after year, the conference brings together the public health and national security agencies, biotech and pharmaceutical industries, and the academic and not-for-profit life CBRN communities to explore strategies for dealing with various challenges, share perspectives, and establish collaboration to further the development of needed medical countermeasures.
The Pharmacology Graduate Group is pleased to announce the Doctoral dissertation defense of -
June 17, 2013 11:00 AM Class of '62 Auditorium, JMB
Advisor: Dr. Ann R. Kennedy
Dissertation title: Radiation-induced death: Characterization of a novel mechanism
Mentor: Dr. Ann Kennedy
"Radiation-induced death: Characterization of a novel mechanism"
Monday, June 17th, 11am
Class of '62 Auditorium, John Morgan Building
Jinyoung Kim,PhD,RN "Do Snoring Sounds Arouse the Snorer?"