Webinars

The following ASBMB webinars are complimentary. Register by clicking the "Register now" button beside the webinar's name. If the button is not visible, then registration is not yet open for that particular webinar. Additional 2017 webinar dates and topics will be announced periodically. Recordings and slides from previous webinars are available below.


Webinar                                   Date                   Presenters   Description  
Job hunting: Compensation negotiation
Register  
Sept. 12, 2017
1 p.m. ET  
• Bill Lindstaedt, Ph.D.
Asst. Vice Chancellor, UCSF
 
After you land a job offer for an industry scientist position, how do you know if the compensation package is competitive, and how do you ask for more? In this webinar, you will learn how to positively accomplish these tasks. Content will be relevant to other career paths, although the presenter will focus on industry scientist positions. This webinar is presented in collaboration with the NIH's Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training program.
Job hunting: Interviewing for positions
 
July 18, 2017 Slides   This webinar will help you improve your interview skills so you will be better prepared to land a scientist position in industry, although the strategies discussed will be relevant to other positions as well. The webinar will cover responding effectively to common and behavior-based questions and beginning and ending the interview professionally. This webinar is presented in collaboration with the NIH's Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training program.
 The future of the biomedical research workforce June 29, 2017  • Shirley Tilghman, PhD. President Emerita, Princeton University  The Public Affairs Advisory Committee is pleased to host Shirley Tilghman, President Emerita, Princeton University, and 2017 recipient of ASBMB’s Howard K. Schachman Public Service Award. Dr. Tilghman will discuss the future of the biomedical research workforce, and the evolution that is necessary to ensure the enterprise is sustained into the future.
Building your C.V. to get 'know'ticed June 14, 2017 Recording
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You need relevant experience to list on your C.V. or resume in order to land your first job after graduate school or postdoc. How you get this experience? What are hiring managers looking for in applicants? This webinar was presented in collaboration with the NIH's Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training program.
Careers beyond the bench in industry May 11, 2017 Recording   Are you a research scientist interested in learning more about science careers beyond the bench in industry? Would you like to transition or transfer into a non-research industry position but are unsure how to do so? Join experts as they cover these topics and answer questions from the audience.
Research careers in industry April 6, 2017 Recording
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Are you interested in learning more about science research careers in industry? Would you like to transition into an industry career but are unsure how to land a position? Join industry experts as they cover these topics and answer questions from the audience.
Becoming a faculty member at a primarily undergraduate institution March 14, 2017 Recording
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Early-career and experienced PUI faculty members discussed this career path and how to prepare for it. Panelists also discussed how to create compelling application materials and tips for successfully interviewing for positions.
NSF MCB and CHE program webinar Feb. 7, 2017 Recording   This ASBMB webinar was an hour-long discussion of federal agency funding opportunities with program directors from  the National Science Foundation highlighting opportunities in the Divisions of  Molecular and Cellular Biology  and  Chemistry.
Building professional relationships: 
pragmatic advice for the human scientist
Aug. 17, 2016 Recording
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Whether you are early-career or an established member of your scientific community, developing and maintaining a network of professional contacts are helpful ways to grow your career. How do you cultivate new professional relationships? How should you professionally communicate with your network? Learn more through this webinar, which was presented in collaboration with the NIH's Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training program.
Charting a course to career success July 20, 2016 Recording
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What is an IDP, and how can you develop one that will optimize yourcareer preparation? Considering yourlong-term career interests, how can you identify and address gaps in your skillset? This webinar covered these topics and more and was presented in collaboration with the NIH's Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training program.
Careers in industry June 14, 2016 Slides   Are you interested in learning more about science careers in industry? Would you like to transition into an industry career but are unsure how to land a position? Industry experts covered these topics during this webinar, which was presented in collaboration with the NIH's Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training program.
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