UNMC’s Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Education programs made several exciting advancements in the 2016 - 2017 academic year. View here!
Congratulations to our UNMC Postdoctoral Excellence in Research Award finalists: First Place: Dr. Arpita Chatterjee & Runner-Up: Dr. Shixuan Chen!
It is a stressful world, and UNMC has programs in place to help its faculty, staff and students when things become overwhelming.
Science Careers has teamed up with some great organizations to bring you information about the latest career opportunities in many different fields.
The POSTDOCket is the National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) newsletter covering news items and features of interest to the postdoctoral community.
UNMC provides a wide range of postdoctoral training opportunities in different areas of biomedical sciences including: cancer biology, nano and regenerative medicine, with an emphasis on translational research.
The Office of Postdoctoral Education aims to ensure that our Mentors have all the tools available to them to be successful in their mentoring of our Postdocs. On November 14, 2018, we held our first Mentor Workshop with presentations by Linda Cunningham (UNMC HR) and Dr. Iqbal Ahmad (Associate Dean, Office of Postdoctoral Education). We plan to continue offering this workshop to all Postdoc Mentors and interested Administrators.
Linda Cunningham, UNMC Associate Director of Human Resources, speaking on the 13 Behaviors of an Effective Leader.
Dr. Iqbal Ahmad, Associate Dean for the Office of Postdoctoral Education, speaking on the origins of mentoring.
Need help with your Individual Development Plan (IDP)?
Visit the Science Magazine website (here), which has a series of articles designed to help you create an IDP. This tool will help you define and pursue your career goals!
Here is a list of Science Magazine articles designed to help you make sense of your self-assessments.
Congratulations to Dr. Chun-Kai Huang, Postdoctoral Research Associate, for his poster presentation at the world's largest rehabilitation research conference. Among overall 439 posters (in specific, 42 posters in Measurement Section), Dr. Huang's poster was selected as this year's Poster Award in ACRM's Measurement Networking Group.
"Combining Virtual Reality Gaming With Motor-Assisted Elliptical Impacts Children’s Engagement in Exercise." Dr. Chun-Kai Huang (left) winner of this year’s Measurement Networking Group's Measurement in Action PosterAward.