Information for Current Students
BCMB Specific Forms and Information
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Registrar’s Office and University Policy
Young Investigator's Day
Those students who have conducted particularly notable research have an opportunity to be recognized at the annual Young Investigator's Day. Students who are selected for a prize present their research in a talk or poster and receive a cash prize. Young Investigator's Day is a Medical School-wide event, and BCMB students frequently win some of the awards. Applications are accepted in early January.
Career Resources for Biomedical Trainees
The Biomedical Careers Initiative (BCI) aims to provide information and facilitate training and networking for the broad range of careers available to Ph.D. students upon graduation. Visit the BCI career pages to learn more about the career paths that are available to you upon graduating. The BCI event calendar is a comprehensive schedule of various on and offline networking events that can further prepare you for your life after graduation. BCI also facilitates internships for advanced PhD students in fields outside of academic research.
Although the BCMB program does not require teaching, there are many teaching opportunities for interested students. BCMB students can be hired as teaching assistants for graduate courses to lead small group discussions, and prepare and grade problem sets and exams. Advanced BCMB students can lead tutorials, and serve as one-on-one tutors for first year graduate students. In addition, students may arrange teaching internships at local colleges through the Professional Development Office's Collaborative Teaching Fellows