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Your PhD, what next?: Non-academic jobs Opportunities for PhD graduates to work in non-academic jobs look to be increasing. Discover how to make your PhD work for you in the labour market… What jobs can I do with a PhD? The most common jobs held by recent PhD graduates include: Other suitable occupations include: Although academia is a popular destination for PhD graduates, more opportunities exist outside of education. The majority of PhD graduates who work outside of higher education are employed in an area where they can make use of their specialised knowledge and skills. How do I get a non-academic job? There are many ways to boost your chances of landing a non-academic job. search for graduate jobs; build a network of contacts (online and in person) to help you unearth 'hidden' job vacancies; use social media to raise your profile. It is worth regularly checking sector-specific websites and publications for job adverts, such as: How do I sell my PhD to employers? What do other PhD graduates do? PhD graduate destinations

Marie Curie Fellowship / Bourse Marie Curie EU FP7 People program | This post aims to help scientists who are about to obtain their PhD, or already have it, and are wondering what to do next? If you want to do a postdoc, then Marie Curie Fellowships are a great opportunity! Ce post a pour but d'aider des scientifiques qui sont sur le point de finir leur thèse, ou qui l'ont déjà finie, et qui se demandent quoi faire après? Si vous voulez faire un postdoc, alors les bourses Marie Curie sont de très bonnes opportunités! ***Le reste de la page est en anglais *** The aim of a Marie Curie Fellowship is simple: You are a European citizen and you want to go away from your lab but stay in Europe for research? Follow those few steps: Proposals are welcomed from all areas of scientific and technological research. I will give a few words on some of the grants, but I will not detail all of them because the aim of this post is to help individual people wondering what they can do after their PhD. 3. You want to know which Fellowship is suitable for you? 5. 1- Poor. Yes. .

Career Exploration for Ph.D.s in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Disciplines Career Exploration for Ph.D.s in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Disciplines Graduate students are among the most well-educated members of society. However, since graduate students are always measuring their performance against that of their highly talented peers and mentors, they often underestimate their significant strengths and transferable skills. Below you will find some information on non-academic careers in which the transferable skills of PhDs in the sciences are highly valued. There are, of course, many types of careers open to PhD students—we’ve included the more frequent options for students in the sciences here. Please feel free to schedule an appointment to speak with a CCE counselor regardless of where you are in your career decision-making process. Additionally, there are a few resources we almost always recommend that will get you started in your search. Industry Where to Look Pharma/Biotech Physical Sciences and Engineering Engineering Physical Sciences U.S.

BIopolymères Interactions Assemblages - ELIPS : Edifices lipoprotéiques et protéopolysaccharidiques Animateur : Didier MARION Membres permanents de l'équipe: Didier MARION, Bénédicte BAKAN, Khalil EMORJANI, Michèle DALGALARRONDO, Nathalie GENEIX, André LELION Secrétariat: Sylvaine Bizon Mots clefs: Protéines, lipides, cuticule, céréales, fruits, développement, agrégation, polymérisation, interactions, biosynthèse Contexte et objectifs: La transformation et la qualité nutritionnelle des produits végétaux dépendent en partie de l’assemblage des différents composants au sein des organes végétaux récoltés. Axes de recherche: - Formation et structure des assises cuticulaires : relation avec la transformation et la qualité des produits végétaux - Formation et structure de la matrice amylo-protéique du grain : relation avec la transformation des produits céréaliers Méthodes et équipements: Clonage, PCR, production et purification de protéines recombinantes Analyses structurales : dichroïsme circulaire, spectroscopies de fluorescence et infrarouge Travaux récents: Publications et Thèses:

PhD, check. Now what? Six Tips for Finding Your Dream Job | The Incubator By Nidhi Ruy Graduate students and postdocs in biological and life sciences face a daunting career landscape. The path from earning a PhD to securing a career in science is far from straightforward. Currently, less than 15% of postdocs with PhDs in biological sciences find themselves in tenured faculty positions within 6 years of earning their degrees. So what are the remaining 85% of highly educated and highly capable scientists to do? Many were able to find answers to some of their career concerns on Thursday, January 10, 2013 as Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, The Rockefeller University, and Weill Cornell Medical College jointly hosted a Tri-Institutional Career Symposium. The day was organized into five broad areas of interest; each one included short talks by presenters and concluded with a panel discussion, through which audience members were able to voice their questions and concerns. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Overall, I found the day to be informative and inspiring. Academic Careers

Marie Curie Actions fellowships for researchers - overview Marie Curie Actions fellowships: illustration image: girl in a library On these pages, you will find practical information on each of the Marie Curie actions including guidance on how to apply for funding, information on progress of calls for proposals, evaluation and funding decisions. Marie Curie Actions are open to researchers of all ages and levels of experience, regardless of nationality. To help you decide which Marie Curie Action is most appropriate for your particular profile and needs, you are advised to consult the Marie Curie Quick-Guide English (en) . We have two categories of researchers: Early Stage Researcher: Less than 4 years of research experience, and without a doctoral degree Experienced Researcher: In possession of a doctoral degree or at least 4 years of research experience Marie Curie Actions are:

Life After the PhD | Career advice and hope for graduate students PostDoc | Job Details - Post Doctoral Research Fellow at Medical and Biological Engineering Research Group, University of Hull Contributing to an exciting new research project, this is an outstanding opportunity to develop your professional research profile. Funded by Action Medical Research, this project focuses on improving the diagnosis of, and ultimately preventing the development of, Perthes’ disease. It is a collaborative project between the Medical and Biological Engineering Research Group at the University of Hull and Paediatric Orthopaedics at the University of Southampton. Over the course of this project, our aim is to develop a computational model of the developing human hip joint. This will be used to examine the changing biomechanical conditions in children with and without Perthes’ disease. We are looking for someone with a First class or 2:1 degree in mechanical engineering (or similar), together with a PhD in bioengineering, biomechanics or related field. This is a fixed term position for 36 months. Salary range £31,331 - £36,298 pa. Closing date: 22 February 2013