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K-3 Curricula & biotech post-doc

DENISE at bucky.cellbio.emory.edu DENISE at bucky.cellbio.emory.edu
Fri Apr 10 01:12:52 EST 1998


Karen's "thoughts" got me thinking more about the idea of trying to do a post-doc 
in small biotech company.  Does anyone have any opinions/experience on this?  The 
major concern I would have in doing this would be keeping the opportunity to 
publish--something that isn't always possible in biotech given the obvious problem 
of priority information. I'm about one year away from finishing my PhD in Cell and 
Developmental Biology (Alzheimer's Disease-Tau project) and I feel like I should 
start scoping out the next move now.  Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Also, I noticed that this came over the zebrafish mail list but not women-in-bio 
and I thought it might be of interest to some of you.


Date:          Mon, 6 Apr 1998 12:01:54 -0700
From:          Ed Goolish <egoolish at mail.arc.nasa.gov>
Subject:       K-3 Curricula

The Science Training for Enhancing Leadership and Learning through
Accomplishments in Research (STELLAR) program gives teachers the
opportunity to work with scientists in NASA research laboratories to
develop curricula for their classroms that would incorporate current
research being done by NASA scientists. One of these utilizes zebrafish
for classroom activites in grades K-3. More information on this
curricula can be found at the following address:



   ** Please note: The 415 area code has been changed to 650 **

                       Edward M. Goolish, Ph.D.
               Lockheed Martin Engineering & Sciences
              Space Station Biological Research Project

NASA Ames Research Center                 Telephone:   650/604-1961
MS: T20G-2                                      FAX:   650/604-1701
Moffett Field, CA 94035          e-mail: egoolish at mail.arc.nasa.gov



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