Transition is the topic at next TIERS (Training Interdisciplinary Emerging Research Scholars)

Transition is the topic at next TIERS (Training Interdisciplinary Emerging Research Scholars)

Transitioning to an R01: Perspectives from a Behavioral/Population-Based
and a Basic/Clinical Scientist
 
Join us Tuesday, Oct 8th for TIERS at 5p.m. in PCAMS*
Eventbrite - UAB TIERS October 2013
Talk presented by:
 
Isabel Scarinci, PhD, MPH
Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Preventive Medicine
Associate Director for Faculty Development and Education
Leader, Minority Health & Research Center (MHRC) Outreach Program & Training Program
Associate Scientist in the UAB Minority Health & Research Center, Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Center for the Study of Community Health
 
and
 
 Marcas Bamman, PhD
Professor, Departments of Cell, Developmental and Integrative Biology
Director, UAB Center for Exercise Medicine
Associate Director, Comprehensive Center for Healthy Aging
Investigator, Birmingham/Atlanta VA GRECC
  

Food and drink don't appear by themselves....help us know you are coming
so that we have enough! 
Register (use the orange button above) to attend by
Thursday, October 3, 2013
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 *What is TIERS?
Established in 2010 as the K-Club, TIERS addresses the career development needs of K awardees along with other junior faculty and postdoctoral fellows at a similar career stage.  The mission of TIERS is to provide beneficial information on career planning and development including mentoring, presentation of findings, grant preparation, and project and team management.  These topics are presented in a relaxed environment structured to promote collaborative learning and problem solving and to strengthen relationships in an effort to broaden the potential of each researcher both individually and collectively.
 
Who attends TIERS?
Any junior faculty or postdoctoral fellow interested in an academic research career.  You do not have to have a current K award to attend.   
 
Where is TIERS?
 In the Pittman Center for Advanced Medical Studies (PCAMS) located at 1924 7th Ave South (across from the School of Dentistry.