NEW DATE: Join the Proteomics & Peptide Synthesis Core and MS Bioworks as they discuss clinical applications for quantitative proteomics, including data analysis, experimental design and more.
As part of National Postdoc Appreciation Week, postdocs are invited to learn about the many programs and services available through MICHR to assist with their research at this FREE event.
The University of Michigan Medical School's Central Biorepository invites you to the second Great Lakes Biorepository Research Network (GLBRN) Annual Meeting on Friday, October 30, 2015, hosted by William Beaumont Hospital at Meadow Brook Hall in Rochester, MI. Admission to the morning scientific talks is open to all and free of charge.
To register, please contact Leslie McCormick of the Central Biorepository by October 15 at email@example.com or 734.763.2520.
Join the Michigan Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Resource Core (MRC2) for its fourth seminar of 2015. Expert Sriram Venneti, M.D., Ph.D., will present "Role for glutamine in brain tumor metabolism."
Join a panel of U-M experts as they discuss communication strategies and the various channels and resources available at the University and for the wider public audience at this event hosted by the Medical School Office of Research as part of National Postdoc Appreciation Week. This session also includes free lunch.
Stay on the cutting edge of biomedical research by learning about how the Epigenomics Core can help with your research at this event hosted by the Biomedical Research Core Facilities as part of National Postdoc Appreciation Week. This session also includes free lunch.
Postdocs can learn about how they can be a part of the exciting, fast-paced world of biomedical commercialization at this event hosted by Fast Forward Medical Innovation as part of National Postdoc Appreciation Week. Panel session to be followed by a networking reception with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.
Finding funding to support your research can be challenging. Sign up for this free workshop to learn all the tips and tricks you'll need for a successful funding search.
Join us for the 2nd Annual Protein Folding Diseases Initiative Symposium on Friday, September 18. This year's focus is on molecular machines and how they function in health and disease.
Learn how to build a strong department-based infrastructure that fosters research excellence and a collaborative culture from a successful model of departmental support for proposal review, mentoring, and collaboration.