Category: career


LECTURER IN BIOCHEMISTRY The Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology Program in the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Biomedical Sciences at the University of New Hampshire invites applications for a Lecturer in Biochemistry, a full-time (0.88 FTE, academic year – nine month) teaching position with an expected starting date in August 2020. The lecturer will be responsible […]

Meet the Intern: Clinical Trials Office

written by: Isabel Dominguez, Ph.D. We had our first “Meet the Intern” event today with Ana de la Cueva, who completed an internship at the Clinical Trials Office (CTO). Ana was driven to intern at the CTO while learning how basic laboratory research on drugs and drug targets was applied. She had gotten publications in […]

Why I decided to STEPUP

(Join BU’s new Science and TEchnology in PUblic Policy group!) When life after my PhD started to become a reality, I decided to explore careers away from the bench. “Science policy” kept surfacing to the top of my career surveys and internet searches. It was an appealing phrase—I like science (obviously!) and I’m interested in […]

Professional Development : Education meets Research in the Teaching as Research Fellowship

by Sanae Ferreira As a graduate or postdoctoral trainee, there are a number of types of opportunities for professional development. One which some of you may have experienced is assisting in some way with teaching a course or a discussion or laboratory section. We are scientists, learners, and teachers. We are passionate, inquisitive, and diverse. […]