The Molecular Biology Information Service (MBIS) of the Health Science Library System (HSLS) and the Center for Postdoctoral Affairs in the Health Sciences are pleased to present the fifth in a series of “how to” workshops taught by biomedical postdocs at the University of Pittsburgh.

Location: Falk Library Classroom 2 (upstairs)
Length: 1-2 hours

All are welcome to attend (not just postdocs).
Registration is NOT required.

Modeled after the MBIS workshops, postdoc instructors are encouraged to teach a 1-2 hour workshop (most are 1 hour) in the HSLS 2nd floor computer classroom. The specific topic is up to the discretion of the postdoc, but is a “how to” style talk rather than a seminar. The MBIS works with postdocs to create a workshop that is both a positive teaching experience and instructive to attendees.

Please note that the topic can be ANYTHING related to health sciences, not specifically molecular biology or bioinformatics.

All postdoc instructors receive feedback, a letter of acknowledgement, and optional videotaping of their session. Contact MBIS if you are interested in teaching a class in the next series.