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Center for Faculty Development and Diversity Office for Postdoctoral Careers. Postdoctoral Research Fellow Luncheon. Caroline Rotondi Administrative Director Office for Postdoctoral Careers (OPC) Center for Faculty Development & Diversity. December 15, 2006.

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    1. Center for Faculty Development and DiversityOffice for Postdoctoral Careers Postdoctoral Research Fellow Luncheon Caroline Rotondi Administrative Director Office for Postdoctoral Careers (OPC) Center for Faculty Development & Diversity December 15, 2006

    2. Center for Faculty Development and DiversityOffice for Postdoctoral Careers New and Improved! The BWH Research Intranet has a new URL: http://bwhbri.partners.org

    3. Center for Faculty Development and DiversityOffice for Postdoctoral Careers Postdoc representatives for ROC The ROC wants postdoc concerns to be represented and considered as policies and programs are developed, and would like two postdoc representatives on the committee. Nominations are in and voting has begun ! To cast your vote - see link to survey monkey in OPC weekly email… Contact the OPC for more information…

    4. Center for Faculty Development and DiversityOffice for Postdoctoral Careers Office for Postdoc Careers – January Events! 1/12/07Postdoc Luncheon – topic TBA 1/23/07 Biotechnology Industry Speaker Details coming soon! FOR INFORMATION & REGISTRATION – VISIT BWH INTERNETCALENDAR

    5. Center for Faculty Development and DiversityOffice for Postdoctoral Careers Office for Women’s Careers – Next week! 12/19/06 - Can We Connect Across the River? Evelynn Hammonds, Ph.D. Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity, Harvard University Where: Enders Auditorium, Children’s Hospital Boston When: 12:00 - 1:30pm Please RSVP for lunch via BWH calendar FOR INFORMATION & REGISTRATION – VISIT BWH INTERNETCALENDAR

    6. Center for Faculty Development and DiversityOffice for Postdoctoral Careers Save the Date – details coming soon! Cardiac Cardiovascular Research Center Retreat: February 13, 2007 from 1:30pm-5:30pmAAAS Grant Writing Workshop:March 8, 2007 from 3:00pm – 7:00pm ORI/RCR Conference:Data Fabrication and Falsification: How to Avoid, Prevent, Detect & Report March 29 & 30, 2007

    7. Center for Faculty Development and DiversityOffice for Postdoctoral Careers BWH Event Calendar: http://www.brighamandwomens.orgHealth Information  Classes and Programs  List Events

    8. Center for Faculty Development and DiversityOffice for Postdoctoral Careers Professional Pathways Program: Are You a Good Fit ? Academic Career at a Liberal Arts CollegeDidem Vardar Ulu, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Wellesley College Research Program ManagementJacqueline M. Slavik, Ph.D., MMSc, Administrative Director, BWH, Biomedical Research Institute

    9. Graduate education (PhD, MD) PhD MMSc Postdoctoral Fellowship Postdoctoral Fellowship Scientist- industry Instructor Consulting Instructor Business Development Assistant Professor Program Manager Associate Professor Professor http://www.bwhbri.partners.org

    10. Program Manager This position supports the mission of the BWH Biomedical Research Institute (“BRI”), established to synergize, facilitate and enable research activities in the hospital setting; provide a clear voice and a strong identity for the research community; and create new funding opportunities to sustain the research enterprise. This requires a high degree of confidence, finesse and political acumen to be successful. http://www.bwhbri.partners.org

    11. Program Manager- Qualifications and skills • Graduate degree in science + 3-5 years experience in an academic medical center or university setting • Knowledge and understanding of administrative and research activities • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills; the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse constituency inside and outside the organization • Demonstrated ability to facilitate discussions and obtain cooperation and support from a diverse group of scientific leaders, research investigators, hospital administrators and colleagues • Must independently resolve most problems encountered while working collaboratively and effectively in teams, emphasizing communication, collegiality, flexibility, trust and patience • Candidate must be detail-oriented, organized, work independently and as a member of a team (sometimes with little supervision). Time-management, multitasking and the ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced, developing organization are essential. http://www.bwhbri.partners.org

    12. What does a Program Manager DO? • Facilitates and manages the activities of the Biomedical Research Institute’s Center Working Groups which provide Center leadership and determine Center priorities. Facilitates relationships between Centers and Programs. • Plans meetings, conferences, seminars, retreats, (etc). Manage design and delivery of programs, seminars, symposia, workshops, speaker series, and programs to foster development and function of thematic centers. • Works with the Portal Coordinator to ensure that each Center and Program has the web presence and intranet tools needed to define itself to internal and external audiences. http://www.bwhbri.partners.org

    13. Pros • Allows for interactions with a variety of scientists • opportunities to think about science in more general, big picture terms • wide variety of scientific exposure • opportunity to think about novel synergies • event planning activities • more social and interactive generally • Large administrative component – organizing meetings and other activities • new level of politics Cons http://www.bwhbri.partners.org