Beyond the Bench: The Business of Running a Lab
You asked and we listened- this is a mini-course designed with future faculty in mind!
This mini-course will address some of your most pressing concerns as you consider the practical aspects of starting your own lab. Each of the four 1.5 hour sessions will be a moderated panel discussion, structured around 5 questions that each panelist will answer. Upon registering for the event, you will be prompted to submit questions for consideration.
Course Capacity: 30
Course Fee: $10
Dates & Times
Tuesday Nov 28 — Time Management
Wednesday Nov 29 — Negotiating, Budgeting, & Spending Your Start-Up
Monday Dec 4 — Getting Your First Grant
Wednesday Dec 13 — Hiring, Firing, & Lab Management
Noon – 1:30 pm Lunch will be served at all sessions. Participants are expected to attend all four sessions.
Course seats are first-come, first-served.
Erin Adams Professor (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology) & myCHOICE PI
Eugene Chang Martin Boyer Professor of Medicine, Associate Section Chief of Research (Medicine)
Nicho Hatsopoulos Professor (Organismal Biology and Anatomy)
Sally Horne-Badovinac Associate Professor (Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology)
Yamuna Krishnan Professor (Chemistry)
Jeff Hubbell Eugene Bell Professor of Tissue Engineering & Deputy Director for Faculty and Staff Affairs (Institute for Molecular Engineering)
Vicky Prince Dean of Students, Professor (Organismal Biology and Anatomy) & myCHOICE PI