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Career Development Seminar Series
Supported by the Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences, College of Medicine
Using Effective Science
Communication To Impact Your Career
Thursday, November 19th, 4-5PM
Zoom Meeting ID: 944 7556 1112 (Passcode: 788645)
Dr. Daniel Pham
Associate Director, Milken Institute Center for Strategic Philanthropy
Dr. Pham received his PhD in Neuroscience from Johns Hopkins
University, studying post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression in
dendrites and spines of neurons. Post graduation, Dr. Pham completed a
5-month Science Policy Fellowship attending briefings and events
around the Capitol, and transitioned as a Public Affairs Manager at the
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Currently, Dr.
Pham is an Associate Director at the Milken Institute Center for
Strategic Philanthropy. Dr. Pham is passionate about science
communication, science advocacy, and bringing communities together
If you are interested in a post-seminar, virtual happy hour with Dr. Pham,
please contact Mai and/or Sid.
firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com
UF Career Connections Center Gator Professional Series
Gator Professional Series (GPS) is a sequence of personal and professional development workshops that review skills and topics needed to become career ready. GPS is divided into two different tracks: Navigating the Search and Discovering Professional You.
This workshop is a component of the Discovering Professional You track within GPS. This track will assist you in understanding, developing, and translating your experience and skills to others along your path to career readiness.
Complete one or both tracks in GPS to help you develop strategies for your job search, craft your brand, discover the skills employers seek in a candidate, translate your time at UF and understand expectations when working in a professional environment. Upon completion of each track receive a certificate successful navigation.