MSU Postdocs

Supporting training and scholarship of Postdoctoral Fellows and Research Associates throughout Michigan State University

556

Postdocs

16

colleges

74

departments represented

Resources from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs

Postdoc Orientation Update!

Explore the Monthly Postdoc Orientations: usually occurring on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 11 am! Please register to attend the monthly Orienation (hybrid Zoom & in-person in BPS room 2215F).

Information for Prospective Postdocs

Are you looking for new opportunities to enhance your credentials and skills as you pursue an independent career? We have many available positions and faculty who are eager to mentor, so explore our listings in Careers @ MSU and search our expert in MSU Scholars.

For questions about life at MSU as a postdoc, please reach out to our office using the contact info below and we’ll do our best to help you on your path.

LATEST NEWS

EVENTS AROUND CAMPUS FOR MSU POSTDOCS

Abstract submission open: The World Molecular Imaging Congress 2024

Palais des congrès de Montréal 1001 Pl. Jean-Paul-Riopelle, Montréal, QC H2Z 1H5, Canada September 9-13, 2024 About the Meeting The World Molecular Imaging Congress brings together people from across the globe who represent the entire spectrum of Molecular Imaging. These individuals gather at WMIC to exchange ideas and foster innovation. The scientific and educational sessions […]

ISSCR Travel Grant

Proteintech is supporting researchers by offering 2 x $1000 travel grants to attend the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR-2024) annual meeting in Hamburg, Germany. Each grant will cover up to $1,000 of expenses towards registration, airfare, and lodging expenses.   Abstract Submission | May 1-22, 2024 Judging | May 22-June 3, 2024 Winner […]

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