Educational Training

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School sponsors two programs that provide educational training for postdoctoral fellows:

BIO Links: BIOscience Links to Teaching Programs

Launched in the spring of 2007, the BIO Links program provides Rutgers University and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Molecular Biosciences graduate students and postdocs the opportunity to volunteer their time in local public schools. The program is a partnership between the Molecular Biosciences graduate students and postdocs, and science teachers at local public schools. BIO Links volunteers are paired with a science teacher from a local school and make a commitment to visit one class per week for nine weeks.

 

INSPIRE AT RWJMS

IRACDA New Jersey/New York for Science Partnerships in Research & Education (INSPIRE)
INSPIRE at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS) is a postdoctoral training program combining research training (70% effort) with preparation for and experience in teaching science to undergraduate students (30% effort).

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