2016 Career Resources

EB 2016 Career Center 

The FASEB MARC Program will be sponsoring EB 2016 Travel Awards to help support the participation of full-time postdoctoral fellows and students from underrepresented groups. The travel awards are funded up to $1,850 each for travel-related expenses and meeting registration. Travel awards are provided as reimbursements after the meeting.

These awards are supported by a federal training grant from the NIGMS/NIH; therefore, only U.S. citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. are eligible for the travel awards. For travel award information, contact 
marcssm@faseb.org

Travel award application deadline:
February 12 at 5:00 PM ET.


On-Site Events:

FASEB Peer Mentoring Resources, Resume/CV Critiques, Career Counseling and Career Development Seminars

Individual one-on-one Coaching and Peer Mentoring Sessions by FASEB Peer Mentors will be available in the EB2016 Career Center. Sign up starts Saturday, April 2, at 9 AM
Dates: April 2 - 6
Location: SDCC Hall D

View the Full Schedule of Seminars

FASEB Career Resources Center

Career services, including internet-accessible laptop computers will be available
Dates: April 2 - 4 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
             April 5 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
             April 6 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 
Location: April 2 -5 SDCC Exhibit Hall D
                  April 6 SDCC Sails Pavillion 

FASEB's Virtual Career Center will be open March 9 - April 6 at http://careers.faseb.org and is available 24 hours a day.

For Job-Seekers:
This is a FREE service for candidates who are registered as a EB 2016 Attendee

  • Post your resume and qualifications online
  • Search job listings, send and receive electronic messages, and request interviews with employers
  • Instructions

For Employers:
This service is available to both employers to are EB 2016 Registered Attendees and Non-registered. 

  • Registered: Beginning March 9, 2016, employers may post post an unlimited number of employment opportunities online free of charge*. Career Center registration includes open access to the job seeker resume profiles, the ability to send/receive electronic messages, and the ability to request/schedule interviews.(*Proof of EB2016 Meeting Registration will be required). 
  • Non-Registered: Beginning March 9, 2016 may pay a $500 career center registration fee and will be able to post an unlimited number of employment opportunities online. In addition, the $500 fee includes open access to the job seeker resume profiles, the ability to send/receive electronic messages, and the ability to request/schedule interviews
  • Instructions

"FASEB Ink" Tattoo Booth - Back by popular demand!

Come visit us and get "inked" by our career resources staff. 
Dates: April 2 - 4 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
             April 5 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: SDCC Exhibit Hall D
    

Society Seminars

Anatomy

  • “Once Upon a Time”: Cultivating the Skill of Story Telling
  • Unlocking Your Potential in Academics: Seizing Opportunities to Succeed while Avoiding Pitfalls
  • Written and Visual Communication: Developing an Outstanding Abstract and Poster

Physiology

  • Leadership and Management Skills:  What You Might Not See in Your CV
  • Publishing 101: How to Get Your Work Published and Avoid Ethical Minefields
  • Now Hiring Ph.D.'s: Post Doc Not Required
  • Negotiating for Success!
  • Setting the Record Straight for Science: How to Write to Local and National News Outlets

Biochemistry

  • ASBMB Graduate and Postdoctoral Professional Development Program
  • ASBMB Women Scientists Panel and Networking Reception
  • Beyond the Bench: Maximizing Graduate/Postdoctoral Training for Non-Research STEM Careers
  • CRISPR Workshop: Power and Challenges
  • Incentivizing Great Research, sponsored by the ASBMB Public Affairs Advisory Committee
  • Science Outreach Communication Workshop: Storytelling
  • Welcome and Networking Reception, sponsored by the ASBMB Minority Affairs Committee

Pathology

  • Highlights: Graduate Student Research in Pathology
  • Committee for Career Development & Diversity Workshop and Breakfast: Career-Choice Opportunities in Science
  • XVIth Annual ASIP/AAA Career Development and Mentoring Program and Lunch: How to Network Efficiently and Choose a Career Path

Nutrition

  • Transdisciplinary Training in Childhood Obesity Prevention: Approaches, Successes and Challenges
  • Innovations in Undergraduate, Graduate and Medical Nutrition Education
  • Amid Controversy and Caveats:  The Future of the Post-Doc

Pharmacology

  • Securing Intramural Fellowships to Enhance Your Pharmacology Training (Saturday, 9:30am-12pm)
  • Teaching Institute: Developing Mentees Using IDPs (Saturday, 12-2:30pm)
  • Graduate Student-Postdoctoral Colloquium (Saturday, 2:45-5:15pm)
  • Diversity Mentoring Breakfast (Sunday 7:30-9:30am - by invitation only – contact meetings@aspet.org)
  • Cultivating the Next Generation of Researchers Through SURF and Beyond (Sunday, 9:30am-12pm)
  • Mentoring Event for Undergraduates (Sunday – more info to come)
  • Meet the New POPS – They’ll Flip Your Teaching (Sunday, 3-5:30pm)
  • Student-Postdoc Poster Competition (Sunday, 6:30-8:30pm)
  • Hear it from the Editors: Navigating the Course through Journal Submission and Publication (Monday, 9:30am-12pm)
  • Lecture sponsored by the Mentoring and Career Development Committee (Title TBD – Monday, 2:00-2:50pm)
  • ASPET Career Center - https://www.aspet.org/careercenter/
  • Explore Pharmacology – The 2015 edition of this resource will be available in the ASPET booth #1802.

2016 Career Coaches and Seminar Speakers

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Larry Petcovic

Randall Ribaudo, PhD
 
 
Stephen Olufemi Sodeke, PhD
 
 
Timothy Turner, PhD