Career Path Development
Faculty in the Biomolecular Pharmacology Program at Boston University work closely with individual students to ensure their graduate training prepares them for successful careers after graduation in academia, research, pharmaceutical companies, and government agencies. To learn more about career path development for graduate students, please follow the links below.
The SAN FRANCISCO DECLARATION ON RESEARCH Assessment (DORA) aims to stop the use of the “journal impact factor” in judging an individual scientist’s work.
To read about “Planning Career Paths for Ph.D.s” in the Journal Science click here.
Follow this link to learn more about creating an Individual Development Plan to “leverage your expertise into a satisfying and productive career.”
The Division of Graduate Medical Sciences has planned various Professional Development events planned for the upcoming year. Click here to view the calendar.
A New York Times op-ed piece on “How to Choose a College” and the importance of learning fearlessness, flexibility, and perseverance during those years.
WEST, a group whose mission is advancing Women in the business of Science & Technology, hosts various development and networking events each semester specifically for women working in the fields of science and/or technology. For more information, please click here.
For information on the The PhRMA Foundation Program(s) in Pharmacology for Pre Doctoral and Post Doctoral Fellowships, please click here.