Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnolgy’s first professional development seminar of the summer will be held June 4 at 10:30 a.m. in Schaffer 3 (downstairs). This week we will have a graduate panel give three different perspectives of the graduate school process. The panel consists of current PhD students and recent graduates of INBT laboratories, all from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
Quinton Smith was a previous REU (twice!) and works in Sharon Gerecht lab. He will give his perspective of how you can transitions from being an REU to a graduate student.
Luisa Russell can give a general perspective on graduate school, the admissions process, choosing a lab, etc. She is a second-year PhD candidate in the materials science department working on hybrid multifunctional nanoparticles in Peter Searson’s research group.
Allison Chambliss recently defended her PhD and can give the full perspective of being a graduate student, research, defending and looking for a job. She was part of the Denis Wirtz laboratory.
This event is free and open to the Hopkins community.