The BRET Office of Career Development is available to speak at your next seminar, advertise your postdoc position, share a colleague’s job posting, and assist with training grant text.
Will you speak at my seminar/training grant meeting/class?
Absolutely. Here is what we have to offer:
I need resources for the grant I’m writing.
The Office of Career Development maintains a repository for grants by providing program lists of Career and Professional Development events. Please visit the BRET Training Grant Support page for the resources you may need.
I have a new postdoc! What do I need to know?
Can we take you to lunch? Dr. Kathy Gould, Associate Dean for Biomedical Sciences, and Dr. Roger Chalkley, Senior Associate Dean for Biomedical Research, Education, and Training, would like to treat you to lunch and talk about postdoctoral fellow policies, logistics, and resources. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
How can I advertise my open Postdoc Position?
To advertise an open postdoc opportunity in your lab through BRET Career Development social media, complete THIS ELECTRONIC FORM. Current postdocs and graduate students will see the opening on the the Office of Career Development bi-weekly e-newsletter, blog, and Twitter feed.
A colleague at another university or organization is looking to hire our students or postdocs. Where do I send that job?
Has a colleague or university partner submitted a job opening to you to share with trainees? We are happy to advertise this position on our website and in our bimonthly newsletter.
Note: the Office of Career Development does not guarantee that it will post each submitted opportunity and has the right to deny postings they deem inappropriate or inapplicable.
We are glad you are visiting the site! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.