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July Announcements

Don't forget to mark your calendars for the monthly Postdoc Happy Hour, Friday, July 13 at 5:30pm. Details below!

Important Announcements

Featured Article

Featured Postdoc


Career Development and Training

Job Openings

Funding Support

Social Events


Offices of Postdoctoral Affairs and Responsible Research Training to be Expanded, Renamed to Align with Key Strategic Initiatives at the CHOP Research Institute

Effective July 1, 2018, the Offices of Postdoctoral Affairs and Responsible Research Training will be integrated and renamed. The new Office of Academic Training and Outreach Programs (ATOP) will continue the work of both administrative groups, with expanded functions to be rolled out in FY2019 and beyond.

This change reflects an expansion and clarification of the groups' administrative roles at the CHOP Research Institute, and will reside under the purview of Chief Scientific Strategy Officer, Bev Davidson, PhD. This change comes as the result of feedback and suggestions from faculty, investigators and institutional leadership. The reconceptualized office will be led by Wendy Reed Williams, PhD, Senior Director.

The Office of Academic Training and Outreach Programs will include three service tiers: Academic Training, Outreach Programs, and Diversity/Specialty Programs, led by David Taylor, PhD, Jodi Leckrone, MEd, and Paulette McRae, PhD, respectively. The office will continue to manage the key functions of the Offices of Postdoctoral Affairs and Responsible Research Training, including:

  • Postdoctoral affairs administration
  • Management of research training requirements
  • STEM pipeline programming
  • Diversity programming, including administration of the Postdoctoral Fellowship for Academic Diversity and the Diversity Fellowship Advisory Committee
  • Administration of institutional advisory committees, including the Research Education Programs Advisory Committee and the Research Trainee Advisory Committee

Over the course of FY2019, the new office will add to and expand upon its core services for research staff and trainees. New functional areas include an expansion of support services to a wider audience of early-career researchers, the roll out of new research exposure opportunities for science-minded undergraduate and high school students, the development of a formalized diversity support infrastructure at the Research Institute, and the creation of discipline-specific research programs and pilot grant opportunities for scientists-in-training, among others.

Additional information related to this transition and expansion will be shared in coming months. Questions may be directed to Dr. Williams at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Research Administration and Operations Reorganization

Research Administration and Operations is organizing with an emphasis on creating business operation efficiencies, improving customer service, and cultivating an environment where the emerging staff leaders (i.e., managers and their staff) within the organization are empowered to champion change and well-positioned for professional success and growth at CHOP.

These changes include the decision to:

  1. Eliminate three positions: the Senior Director of Sponsored Projects & Research Business Management as well as the two Assistant Director level positions that oversee Sponsored Projects and the Research Business Management offices. These positions will be replaced with two new Director-level positions: Director of Pre-Award Research Administration and the Director of Post-Award Research Administration, both of which will report directly to Michelle Lewis, MS, CRA, the Vice President for Research Administration & Operations (VPRA).
  2. Addition of a newly created leader of Business Operations who will report to the VPRA and will be tasked with overseeing the NTP office and championing for needed improvements in the operations of the NTP office, as well as managing a separate team of professionals who will manage the personnel-related transactional activities currently performed in large part by the RBMs.
  3. Addition of a Project Management Office to be led by a Sr. Project Manager and support staff who will report to the VPRA and be tasked with managing several operational and process improvement initiatives on behalf of the entire CSO leadership with a primary focus on the implementation of the recommendations from the NCURA Peer Review which took place last fall.

These decisions were informed first by the Research Institute strategic plan objectives to streamline grants administration and enhance the investigator experience. Other sources of input reviewed during my 12-month assessment period include output from the 2016 Faculty Infrastructure Work Group, the employee engagement survey results, findings from the 2018 NCURA Peer Review report and 1:1 and group-style meetings convened with the faculty, administrators and staff within and outside of the institute. The changes outlined above will be transitioned over the next several months, so look out for updated information as new developments unfold.

Michelle Lewis will be engaging in a search process to identify the candidates for these new roles, which will be open for any interested parties to apply. Until candidates have been secured, business will proceed as usual with the RBM teams reporting to Michelle Lewis directly and the sponsored projects office reporting to Bob DeNight, who will continue to report to Sara Dubberly. Sara Dubberly has been an instrumental voice and contributor to the Galileo Program and has represented the Research Institute and the CHOP Practice Plan Administration's interests in expert fashion. She will continue to work on the Galileo Program full-time and will also continue to work closely with Michelle Lewis during the transition.

Attention Postdocs: Please Complete the UPenn Biomedical Postdoctoral Program (BPP) Attendance Reporting Survey

CHOP Leadership has negotiated a partnership with the UPenn BPP that allows all CHOP postdoctoral fellows and physician fellows supported by training grants (T32/F32) to access BPP events and UPenn Career Services programming.

Active attendance at BPP events and utilization of related services will ensure that CHOP can maintain this partnership and provide free enrollment each year. As a participant in the BPP, you are required to self-report attendance at their events at the end of the programming year (June 2017).  

To maintain good standing as a CHOP-sponsored member of the UPenn BPP, we request that participants attend at least five BPP events and one UPenn Career Services development/counseling session within each year of enrollment.

Please complete the attendance reporting survey by Friday, June 30.


Featured Blog Post: 500 Queer Scientists

Blog Post Link

The new 500 Queer Scientists group was highlighted in a 500 Women Scientists blog post, describing it as a "visibility campaign for LGBTQ+ people and their allies working in STEMM and STEMM-supporting jobs." The post interviewed the group's founder, Lauren Esposito, PhD, an arachnologist at the California Academy of Sciences. She explains that she started the group to help "LGBTQ+ STEM workers to come out of the shadows of the heteronormative culture in science, to see each other, and to be seen by the world for the STEM accomplishments we have made and advances we have driven forward."

July Featured CHOP Postdoc: Drisana Henry, MD, MPH

The July Featured CHOP Postdoc is Drisana Henry, MD, MPH. Drisana is originally from Springfield, Massachusetts, and she received her MD from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Currently, Drisana works as an adolescent medicine fellow under the mentorships of Aletha Akers, MD, MPH, FACOG and Sarah Wood, MD. To learn more about Drisana, please read the July Featured CHOP Postdoc Article!

Would you like to have your achievements recognized at CHOP? Are you interested in building the postdoc community?

The CHOP Office of Postdoctoral Affairs would like to announce the call for submissions for a monthly featured postdoc article. We hope that this effort will bring together our community of postdocs to get to know each other a bit more, both personally and professionally.

If you are interested in participating, please submit your answers in the following survey. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.

Complete this survey to become a Featured CHOP Postdoc

2018 Annual Biomedical Postdoctoral Research Symposium Call for Abstracts | Application due July 16, 2018

The Biomedical Postdoctoral Council and the Biomedical Postdoctoral Program are accepting registration and abstract submission for the 2018 Annual Biomedical Postdoctoral Research Symposium to be held on Monday, November 5, 2018 in the Smilow Center for Translational Research.

Registration and abstract submission should be completed online using this LINK.

Abstract titles should not exceed 120 characters and must contain details of project background, research rationale, a brief methods description, results, and conclusions. The abstract should not exceed 1800 characters (exclusive of abstract title, authors, references, and funding information).

All abstracts will be used to select posters and oral presentations. The top submission will be chosen to deliver the Kumar Memorial Lecture. Additional prizes will be awarded for outstanding presentations on the day of the symposium.


For more information, please contact 2018 BPC Symposium Committee co-chairs, Juliana Small and Sayantani Sinha, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or the Office of Biomedical Postdoctoral Programs at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Call for 2018 CRISSP Poster Day Judges | August 9, 2018

We are still looking for 1 basic research judge and 4 behavioral and/or clinical research judges to judge scientific posters at the CHOP Research Institute Summer Scholars Program (CRISSP) poster session on Thursday, August 9 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in the Abramson Lobby. CRISSP is a highly competitive summer internship program for undergraduate students interested in careers in biomedical research. Twenty-five students have been selected to participate this summer from a pool of over 700 applicants.

As part of their internship experience, all CRISSP students must complete an independent research project presented during the August 9 poster session. Judges will be asked to visit several assigned posters during the judging period and identify the best research project. Judging criteria will be provided to guide the selection process. A judges meeting will be held at 1:00 p.m. in Abramson 123ABC to discuss the winners.

Students will be split into 3 judging tracks: Basic, Translational, and Behavioral/Clinical. Judges are also invited to attend the awards ceremony from 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., Thursday, August 9 in Abramson 123ABC.

If you are interested in serving as a CRISSP poster day judge, please email Colleen Ambron at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and provide your name, Principal Investigator, department/division, and which area of research you are interested in judging.

2018-2019 Faculty Luncheon Series

We are pleased to announce that this year's series will consist of 8 sessions as outlined below. Please mark your calendars and plan to join us!

Session 1

Presenter(s): Kristy Arbogast, PhD, Nathan Roy, PhD, Danielle Mor, PhD, and Sarah Wood, MD

Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: ARC 123-ABC

Session 2

Presenter: Amelia Eisch, PhD

Date: Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: CTRB 1200B

Session 3: Using Human Pluripotent Stem Cells to Model Monogenic Diseases of the Pancreas

Presenter: Paul Gadue, PhD

Date: Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: ARC 123-ABC

Session 4

Presenter: Alan Flake, MD

Date: Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: ARC 123-ABC

Session 5: Treating Thalassemia: Thinking 'Out of the Box'

Presenter: Stefano Rivella, PhD

Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: ARC 123-ABC

Session 6: Uncovering Neuronal Type Specific Vulnerabilities to Childhood Neurodegenerative Disorders

Presenter: Naiara Aquizu-Lopez, PhD

Date: Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: ARC 123-ABC

Session 7: Mitochondrial Metabolism and Diabetes Prevention

Presenter: Shana McCormack, MD, MTR

Date: Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: ARC 123-ABC

Session 8

Presenter: Jorge Henao-Mejia, MD, PhD

Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: ARC 123-ABC

Session 9

Presenter: Louis Ghanem, MD, PhD

Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: ARC 123-ABC


Please contact Milara Joseph (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for more information.

Advanced Career Exploration (ACE) Fellowship | Application due July 12, 2018

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is now seeking applicants for the Advanced Career Exploration (ACE) Fellowship Program. The ACE Fellowship is an evolution of CHOP's successful Research Administration Fellowship Program, with additional opportunities to explore administrative careers beyond the research umbrella.

The deadline for application has been extended to July 12, 2018 at 12:00pm

The ACE Fellowship Program is designed to provide critical, CV-building experience in various areas of administration. Fellows work to generate and execute impactful projects under the direction of their fellowship project mentors with support from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs. Fellows also have the unique opportunity to participate in executive shadowing and other leadership meetings, which introduce them to concepts of strategic planning, budgeting and interdepartmental dependencies.

The fellowship is unpaid and must not interfere with your current roles and responsibilities as a CHOP researcher.

The deadline for application is July 12, 2018, at 12:00pm, with interviews to be arranged in mid-to-late July. Fellows will begin the program in August.


Current CHOP researchers are eligible to apply for the fellowship. Applicants must have a graduate degree (Master's or higher) or equivalent experience in science, education, nursing, or organizational psychology or an advanced degree in a biomedical or health care area. Postdoctoral Fellows interested in pursuing high-level administrative roles during their careers are encouraged to apply.

To Apply:

Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae (CV) or resume, a brief letter of interest, and a support documentation from your supervisor or faculty mentor to the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs. DetailediInformation on the application process can be found on the ACE Fellowship intranet site (Active Directory Login is required).

Learn more about the ACE Fellowship and how to apply

Questions may be referred to David Taylor at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Research Trainee Orientation Session in July

The Office of Responsible Research Training, in conjunction with the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs and Department of Pediatrics, is offering a second orientation session for training grant, postdoctoral, or physician fellows who will be moving into a "research trainee" status and receiving stipends for Fiscal Year 2019, beginning on July 1, 2018.

Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Location: Abramson Research Center, 123-C

The orientation sessions will provide information on the health and benefits package, financial and tax implications, and training requirements and will offer other valuable resources for new trainees. Session materials are available on the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs Intranet site.

For more information, contact Janet Stuart at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 267-426-7496.

Science & SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists Now Accepting Entries | Application due July 15, 2018

The Science & SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists is now open for entries! This is the sixth year that Science and SciLifeLab will present this award, which offers four recent PhD graduates a life changing opportunity.

Recent doctoral graduates in the life sciences may submit a 1,000-word essay based on their thesis work. Four winners--in the categories of Cell and Molecular Biology, Ecology and Environment, Genomics and Proteomics and Translational Medicine--will be selected for this international award.

Application deadline: July 15, 2018

The winners will:

  • Have their essay published by Science
  • Receive up to 30,000 USD in prize money
  • Be honored in Stockholm, Sweden in December


2018 Sartorius & Science Prize | Application due October 1, 2018

The Sartorius & Science Prize for Regenerative Medicine & Cell Therapy is an annual prize aimed at supporting and encouraging scientists focused on basic or translational research that advances medical progress in regenerative medicine and cell therapy. Established in 2017, the prize is awarded for outstanding research performed by the applicant and as a mutual endeavor to raise awareness for the field and its fundamental significance for our future.

The winner of the Sartorius & Science Prize for Regenerative Medicine & Cell Therapy is awarded US$25,000 and a publication of his or her essay in Science. This Grand Prize essay and those of up to three runners-up are also published on Science online. The winner and the runners-up will be invited to attend the formal award ceremony. Furthermore, a 5-year AAAS membership and online subscription to Science, accompanied by other perks and benefits from Sartorius, are awarded!

Click HERE to learn more about the Sartorius & Science Prize.

Apply Now!

RCR Web Site Summer 2018 Feature: What is Your Role in the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)?

CHOP is committed to fostering a research environment that promotes adherence to the highest ethical standards in conducting scientific investigations and scholarly activities.

The CHOP Research Institute's RCR Training Policy and Plan outlines the institutional training requirements that apply to faculty, NIH early career investigators, all research trainees and fellows participating in research activities. What are the RCR training requirements? How do they apply to your and your role at CHOP? Visit the RCR Web site at http://rcr.research.chop.edu/ to learn more.

The RCR Web site provides centralized education, policy and training resources that encourage best practices and promote scientific integrity as a core value. For more information about CHOP’s RCR program or Web site, contact Janet Stuart at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 267-426-7496.

Coordinator for Postdoctoral Diversity Initiatives at Penn

The University of Pennsylvania is seeking an energetic person to serve as the Coordinator for Postdoctoral Diversity Initiatives. This person would work with Dr. Janis Burkhardt to coordinate the PennPORT postdoctoral program, an NIH-funded IRACDA program that offers biomedical postdocs an opportunity to develop teaching skills at partner minority serving institutions in addition to conducting research under the direction of PENN faculty. Responsibilities include supporting postdoc training, grant administration, and teaching activities at Penn and the three partner institutions (Lincoln University, Delaware County Community College, and Rutgers University, Camden Campus). In addition, the coordinator will work with the Assistant Dean for Research Training Programs, coordinating efforts to recruit, retain and promote trainees from underrepresented groups of the Office of Biomedical Postdoctoral Programs.

For more information, please click HERE.

Penn Neuroscience Office Position - Scientific Administrator

The Department of Neuroscience and the Mahoney Institute for Neurosciences at Penn are looking for a Scientific Administrator (SA). This position is ultimately intended as a long-term, full-time position with full Penn staff benefits.

The SA will report to the Chair of the Neuroscience Department/Director of the Mahoney Institute for Neurosciences (MINS). This position will provide support for the Chair's activities with a special focus on scientific activities, including scientific letter writing, referencing scientific work, aiding with grant proposals, overseeing web-site content, contributing to newsletters, and annual and other reports. The SA also will meet with faculty members related to Department and MINS activities for organizational purposes.

The ideal candidate will have neuroscience expertise and enjoy working and interacting with other scientists and staff. Although manuscript writing experience and a Ph.D. would be preferred, the candidate may have extensive neuroscience work experience and a Bachelor's degree or a Master's degree.

Technical expertise is needed to comprehend and manage scientific information and technical writing skills to transform this information into accurate, understandable communications. Previous experience with submission of scientific manuscripts or grant writing/editing preferred. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Endnotes, and Adobe Suite is preferred.

Interested candidates should apply HERE. Search for reference number 4027690.

If you have questions about the position, please contact John Westdyke at 215-898-8820 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Tenure-Track Clinical Investigator Intramural Research Program, NIDA

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), National Institute of Health (NIH), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), is recruiting for a tenure-track clinical investigator to direct an innovative research program within its Intramural Research Program (IRP). The goal of this search is to identify a candidate who will enhance this collaborative environment through the development of a novel and cutting-edge clinical research program.

Review of applications will begin in mid-April 2018, and continue until the position is filled. For additional information, you may contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The NIH encourages the application and nomination of qualified women, minorities and individuals with disabilities. The HHS and NIH are equal opportunity employers.

For more information about the position and how to apply, please click HERE.

Merck Medical Science Liaison (MSL) Opportunity – Oncology

Merck is now hiring for MSL roles in oncology. While many require past experience, competitive junior-level candidates may be considered in select markets on the East Coast.

Merck MSL Opportunity – Boston, Massachusetts (New England)

For more information on careers at Merck, visit www.merck.com/careers. Merck is an equal opportunity employer-proudly embracing diversity in all of its manifestations.

Medical Writer (Oncology) – MedErgy

MedErgy, a scientifically-focused communications agency, is currently seeking entry level Oncology Medical Writers to join our energetic team of professionals. This is an ideal opportunity for PhDs and Postdocs with oncology experience to use their scientific and medical knowledge in new ways. Candidates must be able to work simultaneously on multiple projects, while onsite in our Yardley, PA office. We offer a dynamic fast-paced working environment with opportunities for career growth.  

Responsibilities for this position include working in teams to provide medical writing services to pharmaceutical/biotech clients. Medical writing services include, but are not limited to, the development of journal articles, abstracts, posters, slides, monographs, and brochures.

Qualifications include: 

  • Advanced life sciences degree required; MD, PhD, PharmD preferred
  • Experience in the oncology area is required
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Ability to think strategically
  • Desire to work in a collaborative team setting
  • Ability to thrive under challenging deadlines and in an energetic environment

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including medical, dental, vision, ST/LT disability, life, 401(k), and tuition reimbursement.

To find out more about this position, click HERE (Handshake login required).

MedErgy HealthGroup is committed to hiring a diverse and talented workforce.

Contact: Human Resources: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Senior Scientist Biochemistry/Cell Biology

Would you like to explore the frontiers of biology to discover breakthrough therapies and first-in-class drugs? The ubiquitin pathway is such a frontier; from it a new wave of drugs are emerging http://www.progenra.com/. Senior Scientists at Progenra are expected to translate cellular mechanisms of enzymes that act on ubiquitin into novel and efficacious therapies for a broad spectrum of diseases, including cancer (traditional and immune based therapies), cardiovascular disease, inflammation, and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. A working knowledge of cell and molecular biology and expertise in assay development, screening, target validation, and pharmacodynamics evaluation are advantageous. The senior scientist occupies a leadership position on a team to develop drug discovery technologies and contribute to the company’s business development effort. He/she will be expected and encouraged to write scientific articles and patents and presents data at national and international meetings.

To learn more about the position, click here.

Applications can be submitted online at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Postdoc Positions Available at Jefferson

Several Jefferson labs have available postdoc positions. These positions can be found HERE. The job ID#s when applying through Jefferson’s Human Resources website, can be found HERE.

The Dean's Office of Jefferson's College of Biomedical Sciences at Thomas Jefferson University, for example, is looking for an Administrative Postdoctoral Fellow in the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs. It is a full-time position focusing on career and professional development programming for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. For more information regarding this position, please click HERE.

Postdoc Funding Opportunities and Resources

For postdoc funding opportunities and resources, please click HERE.

NIH Announces New Stipend Levels for Postdoctoral Fellows

The NIH recently announced that the Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) stipend levels have been increased for FY2018. The new NIH NRSA stipend levels can be found HERE.

According to CHOP policy, salaries for postdoctoral fellows are to be in alignment with the most current NIH NRSA pay scale, based on their years of postdoctoral experience. This policy can be found HERE.

All fellows receiving an annual salary increase on or after July 1, 2018, should be promoted according to this updated scale. In addition, all fellows hired on or after July 1, 2018, should receive a salary based on these guidelines. Please consult your business manager for additional guidance in this matter.

For questions regarding the CHOP postdoc policy, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Article: One NIH Grant Can Lead to Another

Article Link

Postdoctoral researchers in biomedical fields who win a particular grant from the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) are more likely to receive subsequent grants from the NIH than are other applicants, a study finds. Published online by the US National Bureau of Economic Research, The Impact of Postdoctoral Fellowships on a Future Independent Career in Federally Funded Biomedical Research reviewed NIH grant records for individuals who applied for the Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award 'F32' Individual Postdoctoral Fellowship between 1996 and 2008.

Tuition Support for CHOP Postdocs and Other Research Staff

The Tuition Assistance Eligibility Extension program offers an opportunity for CHOP investigators (Postdoctoral Fellows, Laboratory Technicians, Research Assistants, Research Associates, Research Scientists) to request tuition support beginning as soon as the employee has completed his/her probationary period and covering coursework initiated through the first year of employment, at which time the employee becomes eligible for the standard hospital education assistance benefit.

Learn about the Tuition Assistance Eligibility Extension

Learn about the Hospital Education Assistance Program

Resources Available for Trainees Applying for F and K Awards

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs has developed a centralized repository of information to help trainees navigate the F (Fellowship) and K (Career Development) Awards process. These resources can be found on the research intranet and includes information related to:

  • Putting together a successful application
  • Components of the application
  • Modified Biosketch tips
  • When and how to engage the Office of Sponsored Projects
  • Sample applications from successful CHOP researchers

Click HERE to visit the F Award Resource Page (Active Directory Log-in Required)

Click HERE to visit the K Award Resource Page (Active Directory Log-in Required)

Visit the Office of Faculty Development Site to see Funding Opportunities

The Office of Faculty Development Site provides details regarding Funding Deadlines and Opportunities.

For more information, please click HERE.

For any questions, contact Mary Field (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Postdoc Happy Hour | July 13, 2018

The BPC Social Committee will be hosting the monthly happy hour at the PHS Beer Garden (36th & Filbert St) on Friday, July 13th 2018, from 5:30 to 8:00 PM!

Come join them to meet other friendly Penn/CHOP postdocs, stay up-to-date to BPC activities, and have fun!

Look for the BPC sign to find us. Feel free to bring guests as long as they are 21+ (kids are also welcome).

Date: Friday, July 13, 2018

Time: 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Location: PHS Beer Garden (36th & Filbert St.)

Save the dates for the next BPC Happy Hour: August 17th, September 14th

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