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Money Matters for the Early Career Scientist

Money Matters for the Early Career Scientist

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

NYU School of Medicine, Schwartz Hall F

Presented By

Presented by the Science Alliance and the Sackler Institute Postdoctoral Association at NYU


Speakers: Brian Gibney, Associate Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, Columbia University; Jayne Raper, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Medical Parasitology, NYU SoM; Susan Roadfeldt, Senior Projects Officer, Office of Projects and Grants, Columbia University.

Do you know the money matters of starting up your lab? Hear from our speaker panel as they share with you their insights into planning and managing lab budgets and what you need to know about the local control of your grant money.