Finding a Good Match - Landing a Perfect Position in an International Lab

January 26, 2022 | 8:00-10:00 a.m. (CT)

American PIs will learn about the importance of bringing international trainees to their labs. Early career investigators will share their experiences in transitioning to working for U.S.-based academic institutions. Attendees will learn best practices around finding employment and hiring non-U.S. based PhD students and postdoctoral fellows to the U.S.


Moderator: Sarwish Rafiq, PhD

Perspective on International Gene Editing and Gene Therapy Research

Kshitiz Singh, MBBS, MMST
Queen’s University

What's Next? The Steps from Undergrad to Graduate in the U.S.

Pradip Bajgain, PhD
National Cancer Institute (NIH)

Challenges and Solutions: Transitioning to an American Post-Doc 

Marina Pavlou, PhD
University of Washington

The Value of Recruiting International Students to American Labs

Matt Porteus, MD, PhD
Stanford University School of Medicine

How to Identify the Right Fit for PIs and Trainees 

Renier Brentjens, MD, PhD
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center


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