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Step up to Experimental Biology Career Central and take the next step in your career!

Register for EB for access to these Career Central features, available on the EB virtual platform:

Career Conversation Roundtables

Facilitated by a mentor, these small group discussions will take place in a video chat room. They will be limited in size so you can ask your questions but also hear what others are asking. Each conversation will have a designated focus such as CV/résumé writing, designing science presentations, getting published, etc. These sessions are all about you – with no formal presentation by the mentors, discussions will be entirely focused on your questions. 

On-demand Microlearning Talks

These short professional-development talks will be available for on-demand viewing 24/7 from April 27 through May 31. Sample topics include building a national reputation, staying out of copyright trouble, writing a winning cover letter, and finding funding beyond federal agencies. Full program will be posted by April 1. 

Career-Development Workshops and Symposia 

Attend these sessions on specialized topics such as critiquing grant proposals, giving/receiving performance evaluations, publishing guidance, funding opportunities and dealing with conflict. All sessions will include real-time Q&As with the speakers and some will even include interactive breakout discussions for hands-on learning. Full schedule will be posted by April 1.

University Information Networking Lounges

Pop into these video chat lounges to learn about advanced degree programs at participating universities and speak with university representatives.

Online Job Boards

Are you looking for your next position? Career Central will include links to job openings across all five disciplines — anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology, and physiology.

Register now for EB to access all these career sources and the full program.


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