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Post-doc Resources:

University of Washington Molecular Biologist Toolkit
HealthLinks/Health Sciences Libraries UW resource page for Molecular Biologists.

Career Development:

  • American Association of Immunologists listing of U.S. & international postdoc opportunities
  • BIO CAREER CENTER – jobs resource just for scientists
    • Bio Career Center is a leading job resource for life scientists.
    • The jobs board contains only jobs requiring life sciences master’s degrees, PhDs and MDs.
    • Only students, alumni, postdocs, and residents from Consortium Schools may use the Jobs Board. 
    • Consortium schools include UW, Stanford, Berkeley, Vanderbilt, Cal Tech, U Penn, and a few others.
    • The jobs board currently includes several hundred positions
    • It’s free for users!
  • Science Careers
    ScienceCareers is the source for advancing careers in science. Search for jobs, career fairs, resume database and more. Employers can post job openings and view resumes. Updated daily.
  • Nature
    This site is a gateway to all Nature-titled journals and sites for all levels of visitors.
  • CareerBuilder.com
    CareerBuilder® is the fastest-growing recruitment powerhouse connecting employers with the right talent and professionals with the right jobs
  • BioSpace
    Excellent information about careers in science and a widely used search engine for job postings in
    biotechnology nationwide.
  • Science next-wave
    Science's career development resource for scientists.
  • Employment Links for the Biomedical Scientist
    A guide to online employment and career links for the Biomedical Scientist.
  • United States Department of Agriculture
  • University of Washington Bioscience Career Seminars
    A seminar series presenting speakers with alternative careers in science.
  • University of Washington Center for Career Services
    On-campus office with personalized career development services, such as resume building, mock interviews, and salary negotiations. Free to enrolled students and low cost (currently $30) for postdocs and alumni. Also, provide Dependable Strengths workshops for scientists interested in making a career change or exploring non-traditional science careers.
  • Re-envisioning the Ph.D.
    A clearinghouse of information and dialogue on doctoral education.
  • Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical Association
    Pacific Northwest trade group for biotechnology companies. The site has job postings and general information about local companies.

Training Courses:

  • Animal Training
    Information for researchers and instructors using animals in their work.
  • Laboratory Training
    Classes offered by the University of Washington Department of Environmental Health and Safety.

Funding Opportunties:

Student / Postdoctoral Resources
Resources for Graduate Students

Biological Resources:

Computational Resources:

  • Bioinformatics
    HealthLinks/Health Sciences Libraries UW Bioinformatics information and resources.
  • Computer Courses
    University of Washington computer training.

Career Development:

  • American Association of Immunologists listing of U.S. & international postdoc opportunities
  • Bio Career Center - jobs resource just for scientists
    • Bio Career Center is a leading job resource for life scientists.
    • The jobs board contains only jobs requiring life sciences master’s degrees, PhDs and MDs.
    • Only students, alumni, postdocs, and residents from Consortium Schools may use the Jobs Board. 
    • Consortium schools include UW, Stanford, Berkeley, Vanderbilt, Cal Tech, U Penn, and a few others.
    • The jobs board currently includes several hundred positions
    • It’s free for users!
  • Science Careers
    ScienceCareers is the source for advancing careers in science. Search for jobs, career fairs, resume database and more. Employers can post job openings and view resumes. Updated daily.
  • Nature
    This site is a gateway to all Nature-titled journals and sites for all levels of visitors.
  • CareerBuilder.com
    CareerBuilder® is the fastest-growing recruitment powerhouse connecting employers with the right talent and professionals with the right jobs
  • BioSpace
    Excellent information about careers in science and a widely used search engine for job postings in
    biotechnology nationwide.
  • Science next-wave
    Science's career development resource for scientists.
  • Employment Links for the Biomedical Scientist
    A guide to online employment and career links for the Biomedical Scientist.
  • United States Department of Agriculture
  • University of Washington Bioscience Career Seminars
    A seminar series presenting speakers with alternative careers in science.
  • University of Washington Center for Career Services
    On-campus office with personalized career development services, such as resume building, mock interviews, and salary negotiations. Free to enrolled students and low cost (currently $30) for postdocs and alumni. Also, provide Dependable Strengths workshops for scientists interested in making a career change or exploring non-traditional science careers.
  • Re-envisioning the Ph.D.
    A clearinghouse of information and dialogue on doctoral education.
  • Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical Association
    Pacific Northwest trade group for biotechnology companies. The site has job postings and general information about local companies.

Training Courses:

  • Animal Training
    Information for researchers and instructors using animals in their work.
  • Laboratory Training
    Classes offered by the University of Washington Department of Environmental Health and Safety.

Funding Opportunties:


Postdoctoral Resources
The UW Office of Postdoctoral Affairs website contains useful information regarding postdoc events, teaching, mentoring, compensation and benefits, career and job planning, as well as links to the UW Postdoctoral association and the National Postdoc Association.
Graduate School professional development workshops for graduate students
To be sure you receive notices of events and other information for postdocs, please subscribe to the OPA mailing list at: http://mailman1.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/Postdoc-Office/



 

 



 

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