International Opportunities in Science
Courtney R. Pinard, Education and Awards Dept., AAI
- John E. Connolly, Inst. of Molecular and Cell Biol., Singapore
- Maziar Divangahi, McGill Univ., Montréal, Canada
- Chen Dong, Tsinghua Univ., Beijing, China
- Adrian C. Hayday, King’s Col. London, U.K.
- Hans-Martin Jack, Univ. of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen, Germany
- Betty Wu-Hsieh, College of Medicine, Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan
Working as a scientist outside of the U.S. requires curiosity, adaptability, and open-mindedness, which are valuable qualities important for success in any career. Given the international reach of science, this new session will help immunologists learn about opportunities to gain professional experience beyond the U.S. This panel features scientists employed at academic or research institutions around the globe. Panelists will discuss the postdoctoral fellowship and grant application process; the benefits of international training and employment; the challenges in finding science-related jobs outside of the U.S.; and the process of moving your lab to another country. This session is open to anyone.