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GMS will be participating in the Biomed Virtual Grad School Fair hosted by CareerEco on September 10th and October 24th from 9AM-4PM EST. If you are interested in learning more about our PhD and MD/PhD programs, please complete this free registration and live chat with our faculty and administration.
GMS is excited to share that two of our faculty members have received Massachusetts Neuroscience Consortium (MNC) Awards. David Harris, MD, PhD, Chair and Professor of Biochemistry and Benjamin Wolozin, MD, PhD, Professor of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics and Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine have received Alzheimer’s Disease Grants. Read More.
The 2013 John McCahan Medical Campus Education Day will be held on Wednesday, May 22, 2013. BUMC faculty, fellow, residents, students and staff are invited to submit proposals for workshops and abstracts of ongoing or completed education projects. Abstracts must be submitted by Friday April 19, 2013. Cash prizes awarded for top abstracts. For more information please see flyer or link.
Attend Education Day to:
- Network with other creative educators in the BUMC community
- Showcase your innovations and ideas in classroom, clinical and lab teaching
- Cultivate your teaching skills
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
BUMC faculty, fellows, residents, students and staff are invited to submit proposals for workshops and abstracts of ongoing or completed education projects.
**Cash prizes awarded to top abstracts**
Abstracts must be submitted by Friday, April 19
Information can be found here.
SURP research interns, participants in a summer program sponsored by the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences in collaboration with basic science departments, will present the results of their research at a symposium on August 2nd from 12pm-2pm in L-206/209. Undergraduates accepted into the program are academically talented, traditionally underrepresented in the biomedical sciences, and are motivated toward pursuing graduate education and professional roles in science, research and health care. William Cruikshank, Ph.D. is the SURP faculty advisor. Linda Zimmerman administers the program.
GMS Career Development Monthly Seminar Series: What’s Next After Graduation and how to Find the Best Career Path for you
May Seminar: What’s Next After Graduation and how to Find the Best Career Path for you
In this presentation, career consultant, Lauren Celano will discuss the various career opportunities for individuals with advanced degrees and will provide an overview of the job search process, networking to identify opportunities, and the importance of finding the right fit for your career.
Date and Time: Tuesday, May 1st 2012
Location: 72 East Concord Street, BU School of Medicine Instructional
Time: 4pm-5pm Room: L-203
Registration: Email Yolanta@bu.edu open to Ph.D. students and postdocs
Abstracts are currently being accepted for the 18th annual Russek Student Achievement day. Information and abstract submission details can be found here.
The 2012 Henry I. Russek Student Achievement Day is Friday, May 11th from 8:30am-5pm. Click here for more details.
The Division of Graduate Medical Sciences is pleased to invite you to our 2nd Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium.
The symposium held on Friday, August 5, 2011 was developed to showcase independent research projects accomplished by a distinct cohort of students during their 10 week summer internship. Summer interns are aspiring biomedical scientists. They are mentored by faculty from the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences and participate in daily research and lab activities as well as weekly professional development seminars. We are currently accepting applications for Summer, 2012.
For more information on the program please see our Undergraduate Summer Research Page
GMS welcomes students in the Summer Undergraduate Research Program. This is a rigorous ten week summer program for undergraduate students interested in achieving a Ph.D. in biomedical research, especially those students from groups underrepresented in the biomedical sciences. The program starts May 31, 2011 and will continue through August 5, 2011.