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Found 13 results

  1. SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship competition 2020, applying for year 2021-2022
  2. I'm about 6 months away from submitting my (astrophysics) thesis, and having a difficult time deciding which path to go down (i.e. post-doc vs. industry). I have a few questions that I don't feel entirely comfortable asking my advisors, hoping somebody has some insight. My advisors have been encouraging me to apply for post-doc's and think that I would have a good shot of finding a position. My main hesitation is mainly around an uncertainty of the expectations for a post-doc. To put it plainly, my ideal scenario would be to drop all of the "extra" activities, and just focus on rese
  3. There's a university I'm interested in looking at postdocs at. Naturally I've looked at what's posted on the jobs sites and on the university's own careers page, but there isn't much there. There are a couple faculty members whose research interests me and is related to my own research experience. I figure, not everyone who is able/willing to take on a postdoc will have posted an ad, right? So maybe I should email those faculty members directly and ask them if they were interested in taking a posdoc. But I'm worried this might seem rude or inappropriate, to email a faculty member I've never me
  4. Hello all. I need some advice on whether I should consider quitting my postdoc. I finished my PhD early this year in the life sciences and am now about six months into my postdoc. It’s a good position at a prestigious institution, and my biggest issues aren’t with the job itself, but I’m seriously considering quitting. The biggest reason is, frankly, I really dislike the city I’m in, and am not acclimating well. At risk of giving away more info about myself than I’d like, let’s just say I didn’t fully appreciate how loud, crowded, expensive, and socially inhospitable my new city would be. Perh
  5. Hi all, This is a multi-part question! I am in the third year of my PhD program and I am feeling torn still about pursuing academia vs. non-academic positions. I still have a ways to go in my program, and will no doubt cast a wide net in terms of my job search down the road, but I feel it's important to address these things now so I don't get to the end of my program and feel unsure. My first question is: if I ultimately decide to seek out a career outside academia, is it recommended or necessary that I do a post-doc in a related position, or should I go right on the job market? Se
  6. Hi everyone, I'm a research assistant at Loyola Marymount University, and the lab I work at is looking for a full-time post-doc research fellow. I'll link the job posting here: https://jobs.lmu.edu/postings/41883 Just wanted to get the word out! If you think you fit, we would love to hear from you! Thanks :)
  7. This is a long shot as there never seem to be a lot of us, but is there anyone else out there who applied to the SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship competition this time around?? Hopefully letters should go out next month, so wondering if anyone is in the same waiting boat as I am. This is my second time applying to the postdoc competition, I was unsuccessful last year so fingers crossed this time!
  8. NRC Research Associateship Programs The National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine offers postdoctoral and senior research awards on behalf of 23 U.S. federal research agencies and affiliated institutions with facilities at over 100 locations throughout the U.S. and abroad. We are actively seeking highly qualified candidates including recent doctoral recipients and senior researchers. Applications are accepted during 4 annual review cycles (with deadlines of February 1, May 1, August 1, November 1). Awardees have the opportunity to: · conduct independe
  9. Anyone heard back about the NSF PRFB? 6 months is quickly approaching and my status is still listed as "pending". Wondering if anyone has gotten word (good or bad) yet? This waiting game is killing me....
  10. Hi everyone, since my last thread that I inquired about the general timeline to apply/become a postdoctoral researcher positions, I have decided to try to graduate within the next 7 months. I recently have compiled a list of PIs that I'm interested working with, so that as soon as my recently submitted paper is accepted, I'll start search for my next stop. However, even though I have a general idea how I should construct my cover letter (e.g. discuss why I am interested in a particular lab/research, what I can offer to that lab, etc.), I'm still trying to figure out how should I strategic
  11. Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington has two openings for Post-Doctoral Research Fellows: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Immunogenetics: http://bit.ly/2fe6SsO Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, B Cell Response to Vaccination: http://bit.ly/2fmUSnq At Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, home to three Nobel laureates, interdisciplinary teams of world-renowned scientists seek new and innovative ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer, HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening diseases. Fred Hutch's pioneering work in bone marrow transplantation led to the deve
  12. Hi folks, I am in a situation where I may either graduate in Spring/Summer 2017 (lack of funding), or in Spring/Summer 2018 (if secure a dissertation fellowship). Since neither alumni from my lab nor alumni from my program (STEM) typically go into academia to be a postdoc, I would like to know at what point of time should I do such or certain things, so that I can ultimately getting a post-doctoral research position that I want, presumably at the beginning of a Fall semester/quarter or as soon as I fulfilled all the requirements that complete my program. I think that inputs from thos
  13. Hello, I have received a SSRCH postdoctoral fellowship starting next year. The award holder's guide B specifies that postdoctoral fellowship holders may teach the equivalent of one full course per year, but that no other employment is permitted. I currently own a sole proprietorship that I run as an independent contractor/self-employed worker on my spare time. Is this forbidden by the SSRCH? If so, that means I need to give up on my small business? Does anyone knows if the SSHRC has access to the taxes filed with the government? Thanks in advance for your advice.
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