Up Coming Events

Upcoming Events

Research Mentor Training for Postdocs and PhD Research Staff

May 2

This important workshop helps participants to develop skills and insight in mentoring. It is specifically designed for non-faculty PhD participants who mentor young scientists. Topics will include maintaining effective communication, aligning expectations, fostering independence,  and cultivating self-efficacy.

If registration is full, you may choose to be placed on the wait list from the registration page.

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UTMB 24th Annual Structural Biology Symposium and Cryo-EM Data Processing Workshop

May 4 & 5

Presented by the Sealy Center for Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics (SCSB), in collaboration with Prof. Steve Ludtke (Baylor College of Medicine), and Co-Sponsored by the Keck Center, training arm of the GCC, please join us for a 4 day Cryo-EM Data Processing Workshop following our 24th Annual Structural Biology Symposium at UTMB.

Symposium, May 4, 2019.

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Workshop, May 6-9, 2019.

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GCC Innovative Drug Discovery and Development Kickoff Mini-Symposium

May 7

The newly reorganized Innovative Drug Discovery and Development (IDDD) Consortium (formerly Chemical Genomics) invites you to join us for the kick-off of a new program and focus on supporting therapeutics advancement from discovery, through development, and to the clinic.

The event will begin at 8:45 am (breakfast at 8:15), and topics that will be discussed in the morning sessions include:

1) What are investors and/or pharma looking for in therapeutics?

2) How do they identify a good drug candidate?

3) What does it take to develop a successful therapeutic?

4) What can go wrong (challenges)?

5) Advice for moving academic discoveries into the clinic.

The lunch session will feature short introductions to the shared cores within the GCC IDDD network, and will be followed by onsite visits to several of the cores (transportation provided for those who sign up).

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Rigor and Reproducibility Workshop
May 15

1st place winner of the Association of American Medical Colleges 2017 Innovations in Research and Research Education Award, this exciting workshop brings together highly acclaimed experts in rigor and reproducibility in research topics including data analysis, experimental design, resource sharing, publication and reporting, and more.  With speakers and facilitators from all 7 of our GCC institutions, this interactive workshop has proven to be very effective as well as a lot of fun. BioScience Research Collaborative, 6500 Main St, Event Space, 9 am  – 3 pm.

If registration is full, you may choose to be placed on the wait list from the registration page.

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Research Mentor Training Workshop for Faculty
June 7

Topics include: Maintaining Effective Communication; Aligning Expectations; Fostering Independence; Cultivating Self-Efficacy; Addressing Equity & Inclusion. Faculty at all levels are invited to participate in this workshop to be held 10:00 – 3:30, BioScience Research Collaborative, Event Hall. Facilitated by Bob Tillman, PhD, Director, Education, MD Anderson, and Master Trainer, National Research Mentoring Network.

If registration is full, you may choose to be placed on the wait list from the registration page.

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