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September 2013

  • September 4th, - Responsible Conduct of Research
    Underlying Philosophical Theories in Research Integrity
    Presenter: Jaime Hernandez, J.D., Department of Medical Ethics & Health Pollicy
    Location: Class of '62 Auditorium
    Time: 3:30-5:00pm

    You can sign up for this scheduled offering here
  • September 12th - NPA Week Kick-Off Event
    Featuring Judith Swan, Ph.D., Princeton University
    Date: September 12th, 2013

    Part I - Making Sense of Proposals
    9:00am - 12:00pm
    Fagin Hall Room 213
    All too often, the textual portions of scientific writing seem to be a data dump of one observation after another. In this workshop, we look at how readers' experience for context and emphasis can guide writers toward logical development of the scientific substance.
    Breakfast and registration from 8:30 - 9:00 am
    Register Here!

    Lunch - 14th Floor Faculty Lounge - BRB (12:00pm - 1:15pm Register Here! *note: you must attend Part I in order to attend luncheon

    Part II - Working with Drafts
    1:30pm - 3:30pm
    Fagin Hall room 218
    In this workshop, we investigate a common problem of scientific documents: How to present ALL the data and still ensure that the important information receives its proper emphasis. Using Examples taken from reviews of grant applications, we explore how changing simply the structure of the language can lead to changes in the interpretation of the science.

    *this part of the day will be shared with BPP Faculty members. There are limited spots available for postdocs

    Register Here!


    Registration coming soon!
  • NPA Week Keynote: Michael Kalos, Ph.D.

    "Application of Synthetic Biology to Treat Disease: The T Cell Immunotherapy Program at UPenn"
    Monday, September 16
    3:00pm - 4:30pm, Abramson Research Center, Room 123-ABC

    Reception to Follow in Abramson Lobby
    Register Here: https://www.research.chop.edu/programs/pdaw/

    On Monday, September 16, Michael Kalos, Ph.D., will present the National Postdoc Appreciation Week keynote address in Abramson Research Center Room 123-ABC. This presentation will include a discussion of research-in-progress, and touch upon the importance of employing a multidisciplinary approach when addressing questions in translational research. All are invited to register and attend.

    Dr. Kalos is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine and director of the Translational and Correlative Studies Laboratory. His research talk is titled “Application of Synthetic Biology to Treat Disease: The T Cell Immunotherapy Program at UPenn,” and will highlight how discoveries from basic research have been used to genetically engineer T lymphocytes and treat patients with advanced cancers.

    A reception will immediately follow in the Abramson Lobby.

    Biography of Michael Kalos is viewable here

  • Ice Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for Ice Cream!
    Because we at BPP appreciate our Postdocs, we are hosting an ice cream social!
    Please join us on Thursday, September 19th from 2:00pm - 4:00pm on the 14th floor Lobby of BRB. Some of our faculty and Staff have agreed to come scoop!
  • Built for Success: The Science of Personal Presentation
    Presented by Mary M. Mitchell
    Part I - the online course (must be taken prior to the luncheon)

    ***When you click on the link below and register you will see Part I listed as a prerequisite. You must take this before you can register for part II
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    Part II - A luncheon will be hosted at the Inn at Penn from 12:00-4:00pm on Tuesday, September 23rd, 2012

    Part III - Individual, one-on-one sessions will be signed up for at the luncheon.  These will occur during the week, Tuesday (9/24) - Thursday (9/26).

    A half day workshop on Presenting Yourself to Your Best Advantage...a primer on how to make a good impression at job interviews right from the start. What you don't know can hurt you! It pays to understand the business world of pharmaceutical and biotech employers. Topics will include:

    - How American Corporate Culture and Manners Work.
    - What Employers Look For In Your Behavior, Dress, Conversation
    - The Top Ten Business Behavior Mistakes
    - The Mindset and Mechanics of Business Dining.

    There is a $20.00 registration fee that must be paid by September 4th, 2013 in order to attend the course. Please pay by cash. Bring to: Seth Freeman, M102 John Morgan Building


    You can Sign up for this Scheduled offering Here!

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