Posts Tagged ‘brown bags’

Women in Science series: From bench to business, Oct. 12

From Bench to Business: Navigating the Labyrinth Friday, October 12, 12 to 1 pm in Mac Hall 2201 All graduate students and postdocs are invited for a brown bag lunch session with Dr. Jennifer Hooper McCarty, Marketing and Promotions Specialist at CH2M HILL/IDC Architects. You can look forward to an interesting, informal discussion and Q&A about Dr. McCarty’s unique career path.  Please bring your own lunch. Organized by Women in Science OHSU. Contact Kateri Spinelli with … Read More

Women in Science brown bag lunch, coming up Tuesday, Aug. 21

Join the OHSU Women in Science group for its first informal brown bag lunch session. The topic for this session is Work/Life Balance: Perspectives from early career scientists. Dr. Tamily Weissman-Unni (Lewis and Clark College) and Dr. Mary Logan (OHSU Jungers Center) will share their experiences about navigating the job search and obtaining successful academic positions in the current funding environment, while raising a young family. Feel free to bring your lunch and join the discussion. The … Read More

Brown Bag: Consent Forms, June 28

A well-written consent form significantly increases the efficiency of IRB review.  This brown bag session is designed to provide an overview of consent form writing. Handouts will be available to assist participants in the continuing pursuit of the well-written form. Topics include: Templates and boilerplate language Writing style Organization of procedures and risks Common corrections When: Thursday, June 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Where: MacDonald Auditorium at Casey Eye Institute Bring your lunch … Read More

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