Lab Management Course Announcement

Course Director
Lisa M. Schwiebert, Ph.D.
lschwieb@uab.edu 

Fall - 2014
"Lab Management Course for Postdoctoral Scholars

Objective:

This course will introduce every aspect of laboratory management to postdoctoral scholars. Class topics will include:

  • Managing Start-Up Budgets and Projects
  • Effective Hiring and Mentoring Practices
  • Managing Communication and Conflict
  • Data Management
  • Safe Laboratory Practices
  • Navigating the Tenure Process director


Requirements:

Throughout the course, participants are expected to write and present a laboratory management plan to the class. This course is open to postdoctoral scholars in any discipline.

Class meeting schedule:
The class will meet from September 9th - November 4th, 2014 on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. for 2 hours. in  Shelby Room 105. 

Please contact Dr. Lisa Schwiebert at lschwieb@uab.edu for more information.

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