Tuesdays in MRB 634, 2PM-3:30.
Example of a well-written NIH grant application (annotated RO1)
Basic tips for NIH grant writing
Instructions for GenBank submission of a new sequence to NCBI
Accession number assignment
Lab Instructions, Orientation
Please follow these guidelines. Any questions please see Maureen:
Writing and Teaching Resources
Excellent books on writing (all are in the lab, ask Stacie for them):
The Elements of Style (by William Strunk Jr. and E.B. White)
Style: Ten Lessons in Clarity & Grace (by Joseph M. Williams)
The Oxford Dictionary of American Style and Usage (by Bryan A. Garner)
The Craft of Scientific Writing (by Michael Alley)
The Craft of Scientific presentations (by Michael Alley)
How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper (Robert A. Day)
Searching and Managing the Literature, Links
Invention and Tech Transfer
Note: PDF reprints are provided below within the context of fair use. Please obtain copies from the publisher if appropriate.
Noteworthy articles and links:
- Learning to Lead
- It's a Postdoc's Life
- Women in cell biology
Post Doc Association
Special Occasion? Lab Meeting? Project/Grant going to keep you in the lab all night? Refuse to eat at the SnakePit again?
- Maureen - May 31
- Alex - June 12
- Alexis - July 12
- Victor - August 8
- Igor - October 23
Photos That Never Get Old
Rotation Student Information by Katy, recent Roton
- Getting a key to the lab during your rotation involves a short trip to the BMB office where they will gladly loan you one for the 10 week period.
- Getting a key into the MRB building is a little trickier since they don't give those keys out. The trick is if you can get into one of the surrounding buildings you can get in the MRB. So I went to my program advisor and got a permission waiver, had it signed by a few important people, and took it to the Parking and Keys office where they programmed my ID card to open the BRB.
- With all the lecture notes and an endless supply of journal articles and reviews to read, printing is essential to graduate student survival. Being able to print is not always a simple task, however. If you're lucky you will be able to hardwire your computer to the network and simply add your printer of choice. Those of us with laptops and no network cables need to connet to the OHSU Airport wireless network in order to add printers. Even then it is usually frustrating, so your best bet is to call someone who knows what they're doing.
Who's visiting? (got it from [Kathleen], who thanks Barry!)
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