Postdoc Training: Core
Core Elements of Postdoctoral Training
Bioethics Training is a web-based program found on Knowledge Link at http://knowledgelink.upenn.edu .
You will need your Penn Key and password to log on. For BPP postdocs Bioethics Training will be found under required training. Click on Enroll to start the training. Bioethics Training is a joint effort of Biomedical Graduate Studies, Biomedical Postdoctoral Programs and the Department for Medical Ethics. The program is designed to fulfill the NIH Responsible Conduct of Research Requirements and is MANDATORY for all postdocs to take within their first year at Penn.
Training programs are MANDATORY for all postdocs who work with hazardous substances including: chemicals, human blood, blood products, fluids, human tissue specimens, radiation producing equipment and radioactive materials. Full descriptions of the training requirements, courses, and scheduled dates are available on the EHRS website or by contacting the department directly.
Office of Environmental Health and Radiation Safety(OEHRS)
1412 Blockley Hall/6021
Phone: (215) 898-4453
Federal law and the Institutional Animal Use Committee require that all persons who work with animals in laboratory research or teaching complete the training session on "Regulations and the IACUC". Training programs are offered on Knowledge Link by University Laboratory Animal Resources. The office also provides resources for assistance with shipping/receiving, husbandry, and technical and clinical veterinary issues.
University Laboratory Animal Resources(ULAR)
8th Floor, VA Medical Center
39th & Woodland Aves.
Phone: (215) 898-6466/67
Descriptions of these Core Elements may be found in the Training Program Template, Appendix III of BPP Policies.
- Presenting a Public Seminar on Research
- Developing Competency in Scientific Writing
- Regularly Attendance of Department Seminars