Joseph Needoba, Ph.D., an assistant professor in OHSU’s Institute of Environmental Health is currently in Antarctica teaching students about the impact humans have on marine life, and what this means for the future health of our oceans and planet. Needoba is one of 17 educators and specialists on the Students On Ice Antarctic Expedition. View a recent interview with Dr. Needoba on the Students on Ice Blog to learn more.
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New scientists pursing a career in hematology may be interested in this unique year-long training opportunity from the American Society of Hematology (ASH) and the European Hematology Assocation (EHA) that is focused on helping scientists build successful careers in hematologic translational research, including pathogenesis, diagnostics, and experimental treatment of hematological disorders. Twenty early-career scientists from the U.S. and Europe will be selected to participate in the program, which begins with an intensive week-long course held … Read More
The Fulbright Scholar Program is looking for faculty to teach or conduct research for the 2013-2014 academic year in one of two area-specifc programs: 1) Fulbright Scholar Grants to Francophone Africa In Sub-Saharan Africa, 18 awards are available in eight countries, including a multi-country research award. Countries include Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guinea, Mali, and Senegal. In North Africa, nine awards are available in Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia … Read More