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The Year-Round ABRCMS Experience.

ABRCMS Online is an extension of the conference that allows the biomedical sciences community to continue learning, with resources that explore professional development, diversity, and scientific topics. Take advantage of this opportunity to stay connected.

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Students

Resources for Community College, Undergraduate and Postbaccalaureate Students
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Trainees

Resources for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scientists
Faculty

Resources for Researchers, Faculty Members and Administrators working in Diversity and Inclusion
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Community

Information about the Greater ABRCMS Community



ABRCMS Online Resources

 
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STUDENT WEBINAR SERIES

Series covers a range of topics on professionalism and scientific development.

  • OFFERINGS COMPLIMENTARY DUE TO
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  • REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
  • RECORDED WEBINARS AVAILABLE

STUDENT WEBINARS

FACULTY WEBINAR SERIES

Series covers a range of topics on creating diverse and inclusive campuses.

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    TO GRANT FUNDING
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  • RECORDED WEBINARS AVAILABLE

FACULTY WEBINARS

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ABRCMS ONLINE BLOG

The ABRCMS Online Blog features stories and features relevant to the ABRCMS Community.

  • ABRCMS HIGHLIGHTS
  • BIOMEDICAL SCIENTIST FEATURES
  • PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC
    DEVELOPMENT

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Contribute to ABRCMS Online

ABRCMS Online will be accepting webinar proposals for the 2020 Webinar Series. Submit a webinar proposal to engage attendees in cutting-edge scientific research and enhance their professional development skills through ABRCMS Online.

Submit Webinar Proposal

Webinar Proposals Solicitation Posting Date: June 1, 2019

Due Date: Friday, September 20, 2019

February 19 - “Putting Your Best Foot Forward in Graduate School Interviews"

Join ABRCMS as we share experiences, pointers, and best practices when preparing for graduate school interviews.

So you’ve done all of the personal statements, reference requests, transcript orders, and standardized tests. You’re awaiting the call from graduate schools. What can you do now to prepare yourself for the “dreaded” interview season? ABRCMS Online presents experiences, pointers, and best practices when preparing for graduate school interviews.

Webinar participants will:

  • Learn about preparation for the graduate school interview process
  • Review the most common questions that are asked in grad school interviews
  • Explore how to discussing previous academic and research experience
  • Discuss how to approach meetings with faculty and students
  • Review best practices for follow-up from the interview

Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Time: 6 p.m. E.T.

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Panelist: Naoko Tanese, Ph.D.

Professor and Associate Dean for Biomedical Sciences

Director, Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences                                                                                           

New York University School of Medicine

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Graduate Student Panelists:

Alyssa Brunal-Brown, Ph.D. Student, Virginia Tech

Aurelia Mapps, Ph.D. Student, Johns Hopkins University

Shawn Williams, Ph.D. Student, Brown University

WEBINAR RECORDING

Webinar recordings are hosted by Adobe Connect. To test your connection, please visit:

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QUESTIONS FROM THE WEBINAR

We have compiled a list of questions and answers from the webinar:

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