Finding joy and meaning outside the Ph.D. track
Our academic careers columnist talked to Minakshi Poddar, a research specialist at the University of Pittsburgh, about her decision to leave her Ph.D. program but stay in academia.
While trying to create a visualization of metabolites’ dynamic journeys for researchers, the author inadvertently came up with a teaching tool for undergraduates.
Just added: A new Pride event, a #BlackInX conference, a Lipid Research Division lunchtime seminar and a two-day National Academies summit on diversity.
Being a queer scientist is an uphill battle for every inch.
Members of BioMolViz, a group that promotes and assesses science students’ visual literacy, found that they could share information effectively in a virtual setting. Building community was more of a challenge.
With the ASBMB's new career center, you can browse jobs, post positions, have your resume critiqued and more.
- Search for jobs.
- Sign up for job alerts.
- Get your résumé evaluated for formatting, keywords, ATS compatibility and more.
- Get in touch with a career coach.
- Get tips on résumé writing, interview skills and networking.
- Create standard job postings for free (regular and industry members of the ASBMB).
- Choose from a variety of advertising packages to get job openings in front of the right candidates.
- Search a bank of candidate-uploaded résumé.
- Build a searchable profile to showcase your company or institution.
- Access and tailor templates for corresponding with job candidates.
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