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July 2019



Assistant Professor-Tenure Track*
Tulane University School of Medicine | Louisiana
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Faculty Position - Cell and Molecular Biology*
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital | Tennessee
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Postdoctoral IRTA Position
NIH/NIAID (Natl Inst of Allergy & Infect Diseases) | Montana
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Post Doctoral Research Associate
University of Nebraska-Lincoln | Nebraska
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Visiting Professor Position - Condensed Matter Physics
The Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo | Japan
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Science Circus Mentor – Questacon
Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation and Science | Australia
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Head of Department
Hong Kong Baptist University | Hong Kong
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KBRI Researcher Position Notice
The Korea Brain Research Institute | South Korea
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In the tough academic job market, two principles can help you maximize your chances
Our Letters to Young Scientists columnists explain how to face job market randomness by maximizing signal and minimizing noise. Whole Story


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Amid concerns about grad student mental health, one university takes a novel approach
At the University of North Carolina, specialized counselors serve the school’s biomedical Ph.D. students. Whole Story



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How I negotiated paternity leave in a place where it’s not the norm
Fathers in Japan rarely take paternity leave, but this postdoc wanted to blaze a trail. Whole Story


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It’s OK to quit your Ph.D.
Former students recount their experiences dropping out. Whole Story


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Committee members shouldn’t expect Ph.D. students to serve coffee and pastries
Thesis defenses and committee meetings are stressful enough without the added expectation of bringing food, this student writes. Whole Story






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