Seminars

Events

Events, Workshops & Retreats

For more information about Research Events, Workshops and Retreats at GSDM, including The Annual Research Retreat and Science Day, please visit the link above.

National & International Conferences

For details on GSDM’s presence at National and International Conferences, please see the link above.


Upcoming Seminars:

July 31 BUMC Toastmasters Open House
This message is from: Administrative Manager yolanta@bu.edu 638-5244
Location: BUSM Instructional Building L-109A/B

Thursday, July 31
5-6:25 p.m.
BUSM Instructional Building, Room L-109A/B

Fearful of Public Speaking? Nervous presenting your data? Afraid to talk to strangers?
Anxious about meeting with the boss? Is English your second language? Toastmasters can help you!

Join us at the open house and learn how to prepare and deliver professional communications and develop leadership skills in a friendly environment. Build confidence and gain recognition for your achievements by earning Toastmasters Competent Communicator and Competent Leadership Certificates. Email yolanta@bu.edu to RSVP


Aug. 1 Scleroderma Center Enrichment Speaker
This message is from: Kate Brennan brennank@bu.edu 638-4486
Location: Arthritis Center Evans Building, Room 542

Friday, Aug. 1
11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Evans Building, Arthritis Center, Room 542

“Can Biomarkers of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Reveal Insights into Mechanism?”
Paul B. Yu, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Associate Physician, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Division of Cardiology


Aug 7 GMS OPDPA Speaker Series: How to Ask the Right Questions When Transitioning From Academia to Industry
This message is from: Administrative Manager yolanta@bu.edu 617 638-5244
Location: BU School of Medicine Instructional Bldg. L-110

Thursday, August 7
3:30-5 p.m.
BUSM Instructional Building, Room L-110

The speaker: David Proia, PhD, has successfully transitioned from academia to industry and will be sharing his experience with postdocs and PhD students.

A career in the life sciences can be incredibly rewarding, more so if you are in the right environment with a solid leader. We have all seen or heard of the student who changed labs in their fifth year because of poor interactions with their mentor, the eight-year postdoc too afraid to move on, the senior research associate unable to progress to the scientist level because of degree requirements, or the scientist pigeonholed into doing the same type of work day in and day out. Some of these problems can be eliminated by doing due diligence prior to joining an academic lab or industry position and asking some key questions.


Aug. 12 GMS Career Development Seminar: Acing the Interview Deep Dive
This message is from: Administrative Manager yolanta@bu.edu 638-5244
Location: BUSM Instructional Building L110

Tuesday, Aug. 12
4-5:20 p.m.
BUSM Instructional Building, Room L110

In this seminar, Lauren Celano, CEO of Propel Careers, will role play interview scenarios to help people prepare for and anticipate interview questions. She will cover academic and industry interviews and will focus on “hard skill” (bench research) as well as “soft skill” (teamwork and communication) questions. Email: yolanta@bu.edu to RSVP