In recognition of our postdoctoral scholars, Florida State University hosted the third annual Postdoctoral Symposium on September 25th in the FSU College of Medicine Atrium and Auditorium.
The OPDA and the PDA would like to give a special thanks to the judges, mentors, PDA organizers, invited speakers, and participation presenters for making the symposium continued success! Your assistance and support are greatly appreciated, and we look forward to your participation at upcoming events.
Congratulations to our Postdocs:
A Policy Implementation Typology of Florida's Developmental Education Reform
Fermiology of Hold-doped PbTe: Insights to Understand Superconductivity in a Valence Disproportionated System
Antidepressant Effect of Ketamine in Male and Female Rats Travel Award Recipients
The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs administers a minimum of 10 travel awards each year with applications accepted in July and January. For more information, please visit /Resources/Postdoc-Travel-Awards
- Elizabeth Ellwood, traveling to the Bioinformation Diversity Standards; Nairobi, Kenya
- Ekaterina Maksimova, traveling to the American Geophysical Union; San Francisco, USA
- Abalika Sarkar, traveling to the Society for Neuroscience; Chicago, USA
Postdocs have the opportunity to present their research at the FSU College of Medicine.
Ambalika Sarkar accepts first place in the Life Sciences category for her presentation, Antidepressant Effect of Ketamine in Male and Female Rats