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CNRC Postdoc Seminar

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Fall 2022 Postdoc Seminar Schedule

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All trainees are required to present their research at the Tuesday CNRC Postdoc Research Seminar. Either two, 20 minute presentations or one 40-minute presentation are given per seminar, depending on the number of years of experience of the trainee. Monthly lectures are also given periodically on scientific and professional development topics relevant to the training of postdocs in nutrition from leading experts in the field.

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2022 Faculty Didactic Lectures

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Faculty lectures are given on the second Tuesday of each month on scientific topics relevant to the training of postdoctoral fellows in nutrition from leading experts in the field who are faculty in the CNRC. 

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Hirschi-Moran/

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Sept. 6, 2022

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Nancy Moran, Ph.D. and Kendal Hirschi, Ph.D.

“Welcome to the CNRC Postdoc Seminar Series and Tips for Giving a Great Talk”

Regina

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Oct. 11, 2022

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Regina Kirkpatrick Davis, M.Ed.

“Navigating the Submission Process for Postdoc Funding Proposals”

Betty

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Nov. 8, 2022

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Lee Ligon, Ph.D.

“Best Practices for Writing a Scientific Research Article”

Michelle

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Dec. 13, 2022

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Michelle Rhodes, Ph.D.

“Work-Life Balance for Postdoctoral Trainees”

Douglas

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Jan. 10, 2022

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Douglas Burrin, Ph.D.

“Career Paths after Postdoctoral Training”
 

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Past Postdoctoral Seminar Schedules

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Monthly Journal Clubs

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CNRC postdocs, faculty, and staff participate in the monthly Journal Club program to review recent research findings. Four different thematic Journal Clubs are offered: Translational Metabolism and Digestive Diseases; Interdisciplinary Genetics; Neuroregulation of Metabolism, and Behavioral Basis of Energy Balance.