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Upcoming April Events

1. JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES WORKSHOP

APRIL 18 | 12 PM - 1 PM | SEH ROOM 2000

Dr. Yashanda Scruggs from the GW Center for Career Services will introduce you to GW Career Connects, an internal GW networking resource, as well as Handshake, a service that helps connect students and trainees with potential employers. Dr. Scruggs will also include interview preparation tips that will help you to make the most of these opportunities. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to gwpostdoc@gwu.edu if you plan to attend.

2. HAPPY HOUR SOCIAL

APRIL 25 | 5 PM | TONIC (2036 G ST NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036)

We will grab a table at Tonic and welcome you to join your fellow postdocs for some well-deserved relaxation (or at least relaxed networking). We hope to see you there!

3. SPRING REGULATORY UPDATE AND HOT TOPICS IN CLINICAL RESEARCH

APRIL 29 | 10 AM - 3 PM | CLOYD HECK MARVIN CENTER

The Georgetown Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS) and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute at Children's National are joining together to host the DC CTSA Consortium Spring Regulatory Update and Hot Topics in Clinical Research symposium. The detailed program is anticipated soon at https://research.gwu.edu/dc-ctsa-consortium-spring-update. Please register by April 24th by emailing resinteg@gwu.edu.

And a sneak peak at some May events too!

1. RESEARCH UPDATES TALK SERIES

MAY 2 | 4 PM | ROSS HALL 201A

We are continuing our research updates series for both graduate students and postdocs to hear interesting new research and to network afterward with free food. The speaker will be Dr. Rokhaya Faye and she will present on Quantification of Transmural Autonomic System Effects and Arrhythmia Dynamics in Human RVOT". Please RSVP to gwpostdoc@gwu.edu so we can both look forward to seeing you as well as know how much food to acquire!

2. NIH ANNUAL CAREER SYMPOSIUM

MAY 10 | 8 AM - 4 PM | NATCHER CONFERENCE CENTER, BUILDING 45

The NIH annual career symposium is an excellent opportunity to explore career options and to network with other scientists in the DMV area! For more information and to register, see here.

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