Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University

Office of Postdoctoral Affairs
Postdoctoral Research Symposium


The Jefferson Postdoctoral Association and JCBS Office of Postdoctoral Affairs host the Postdoctoral Research Symposium. Participation is open only to Thomas Jefferson University postdoctoral fellows. The Symposium includes oral presentations, a poster session and an “Early Discoveries” poster session. The “Early Discoveries” category is designed to showcase postdocs that are new to TJU (less than 1 year), or that have started new projects (within 6 months). Each session is judged and monetary prizes awarded for the best presentations and posters in each category.


William G. Kaelin, Jr., MD

Dr. William Kaelin

Events

The Jefferson Postdoctoral Association and the Jefferson College of Biomedical Sciences (JCBS) Office of Postdoctoral Affairs hosted the 11th Jefferson Postdoctoral Research Symposium (PRS) on Wednesday, May 31, 2017. The Keynote Speaker for the 2017 PRS was Dr. William Kaelin from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School.


Postdoctoral Research Symposium

Postdoc Presenter Winners from PRS 2015

Postdoctoral Research Symposium

Dr. Lisa Kozlowski, JCBS Dean, Dr. Dennis Discher, Keynote Speaker and Dr. Atul Goyal, Chair,  PRS Planning Committee

Postdoctoral Research Symposium

View of the PRS Poster Session

2017 PRS Award Winners

Outstanding Oral Presenters
Dr. Xiaosong He, from the laboratory of Dr. Joseph Tracy
Dr. Valentina Minieri, from the laboratory of Dr. Bruno Calabretta


Outstanding Poster Presenters
Dr. Clare Adams, from the laboratory of Dr. Christine Eischen
Dr. Adam Bartok, from the laboratory of Dr. Gyorgy Hajnockzy
Dr. David Booth, from the laboratory of Dr. Gyorgy Hajnockzy
Dr. Lauren Jablonowski, from the laboratory of Dr. Flemming Forsberg
Dr. Aurore Lebrun, from the laboratory of Dr. Craig Hooper


Outstanding Poster Presenters, Early Discoveries
Dr. Elena Mogilyansky, from the laboratory of Dr. Linda Siracusa
Dr. Patricia Porazzi, from the laboratory of Dr. Bruno Calabretta