Friday, February 27, 2015

Pre-Teaching Info Session

Considering K-12 teaching?  Come to an info session!

Thursday, March 5th
11am--12pm
Molecular Science and Engineering 1201
Lunch provided

RSVP:
Dr. Mirjana Brockett  

Meet Tech's pre-teaching advisor and human resource representatives from Fulton, Gwinnett, and Savannah-Chatham County school systems.  Topics include:
  • Georgia teaching certification
  • Exploring teaching while at TEch
  • Options after graduation
  • Internships
  • Fellowships
  • Public and independent schools

Monday, February 23, 2015

Coca Cola - temporary positions 2015

We have a few temporary positions that will last for a year or so to help in the analytical chemistry area.
Candidates that completed Under Graduate in Chemistry or Bio-chemistry area with hands-on experience that worked on projects in laboratory are preferred.
These positions give an opportunity for the candidates to work with an experienced scientist(s) on projects in wet Chemistry, HPLC, LC/MS and ICP/MS helping with sample preparation, analysis and data processing. If you know of any candidates have them to send their resume to my attention.
Thank you for your help in advance.
Best Regards,
Kasi

Arizona Chemical - recruiting visit - internships - Feb. 26, 2015

SAACS will be hosting an info session for Arizona Chemical on Thursday, February 26th at 11 AM in Ford L1105. They are recruiting co-ops and interns for both the summer and fall semesters. They will be conducting interviews on the same day, so interested candidates should email Lorraine Gallagher at lorraine.gallagher@azchem.com. Free Jimmy Johns will be provided at the meeting.


Wednesday, February 18, 2015

9th Annual Pre-Health Conference on March 7, 2015



The Georgia Tech Chapter of the American Medical School Association (AMSA) is pleased to invite you to the 9th Annual Pre-Health Conference on March 7, 2015 in Klaus Computing Building. We are excited to welcome Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice, President, Morehouse School of Medicine, as our keynote speaker. She is the first female president of Morehouse School of Medicine and a Georgia Tech alumni.

The conference will be packed with amazing seminars and workshops such as: “Admissions Panel,” “Life of a Health Profession Student” and “Start-ups and Entrepreneurship in Medicine.”

Additionally, we will be hosting medical (MD and DO), dentistry, pharmacy, PA, PT, nursing and others from across the country. This is a great opportunity to meet representatives and have questions asked in person from programs you may not otherwise connect with. We hope you will join us for this exciting conference! Registration is required. For more information and schedule, please visit http://www.gtamsa.org/conference.html.
 
 

CDC ORISE fellowships 2015 - three positions

My name is Joanne Mei and I am Chief of the Newborn Screening Quality Assurance Program at CDC. We will be filling three ORISE fellowships this spring and early summer. We are looking for BS Chemists and Biologists. Could you please circulate this job description to likely candidates?
 
Fellowships (up to 4-year appointment for graduates within 5 years of receiving their last academic degree) are available within Newborn Screening and Molecular Biology Branch, Division of Laboratory Sciences, National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Chamblee, GA 30341) for bachelor's level chemists, biologists, or biochemists.
 
General fellowship description:
 
  1. Serve as a member of the Biochemical Mass Spectrometry Laboratory (BMSL) or the Newborn Screening Quality Assurance Program within the Newborn Screening and Molecular Biology Branch. 
  2. Produce, characterize, and analyze data for dried blood spot (DBS) materials used for quality assurance programs provided to state public health newborn screening laboratories and international laboratories.
  3. Conduct and assist research into the development of new DBS materials, assays, and applications in newborn screening, in collaboration with academic, private and state public health laboratories.
 
Candidates should have a working knowledge of analytical chemistry, biochemistry, or biology, and basic statistics. Familiarity with some or all of the following methods is desired: tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS) systems, enzyme immunoassay, fluorescence assays, high-performance liquid chromatography, electrophoresis, and analytical chemistry techniques (i.e. use of pipettes, preparation of standard solutions, volumetric techniques). Independent research and current laboratory experience are advantageous but not required.
 
Please send inquiries and CVs to Dr. Joanne Mei at JMei@cdc.gov or 770-488-7945.
 
Joanne Mei, PhD Chief, Newborn Screening Quality Assurance Program
Newborn Screening and Molecular Biology Branch
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Mail Stop F-19 4770 Buford Hwy NE Atlanta, GA 30341 770.488.7945 770.488.7459 fax jmei@cdc.gov http://www.cdc.gov/labstandards/nsqap.html