Office of Postdoctoral Affairs
Training & Collaboration
To find a faculty member who can collaborate with you on a particular project, check out Jefferson Profiles, which provides a networking-centric database to search for potential collaborators through key word, name or through Faculty Interests Database.
Promotes teaching excellence and effective student learning through the use of advanced education techniques, effective information technologies, and models of best practices in order to foster creativity, collaboration, and innovation.
Check out the Writing Cafe with Jennifer Wilson from the Writing Center– a place where you can concentrate on your manuscript or grant writing, and meet colleagues with the same goals.
Meet with Dr. Julie Phillips, Assistant Director of the CTL, if you seek assistance with speaking and presentation skills.
Programs offered by Thomas Jefferson University to assist with professional advancement and skill development. The programs include on-campus sessions in three focus areas of education, research/scholarship, and professional development/leadership. In addition, self-directed learning modules are available.
Technical Skills Seminar Series (TSSS)
The Jefferson Postdoctoral Association (JPA)) hosts a Technical Skills Seminar Series each month. These seminars are sponsored by biotechnology companies, and they present cutting-edge research techniques utilized by the research community here at Jefferson.
Want a consult to see if your invention is patentable? Would you like to learn about commercializing your invention? Enjoy conversation about innovation? Check out the Resources for Innovators.