Trainee Resources

Covid Resources

uvm updateUVM Office of Emergency Management - COVID Updates

If you have COVID-19 and have worked at UVM in the past 14 days. Please notify UVM
UVM Student Health Services

(802) 656-3350

Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunityhttps://www.uvm.edu/aaeo/discrimination-harassment-resources
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The Intramural Training and Education Office of the NIH has a variety of resources for both professional and and to help use your telecommuting time effectively. 

https://www.training.nih.gov/

npaFor general resources from the National Postdoctoral Association
AAMC

https://www.aamc.org/professional-development/affinity-groups/great

 

Thanks to the AAMC Great Group Submission of how to keep your research on track with these work-from-home ideas:

  • continue data analysis and design of experiments
  • read scientific literature
  • virtually attend journal clubs, lab meetings, and defenses
  • host your dissertation committee meetings virtually
  • write and rewrite drafts of manuscripts
  • prepare grant/fellowship applications
  • start dissertation chapters, i.e., literature review for those not at that stage, or completing dissertations by those more advanced
  • seek journals for unsolicited reviews
  • prepare research seminars, and/or posters for meetings
  • take online courses to enhance skillsets for experimental work (e.g., bioinformatics, bioengineering techniques, Python)
  • perform computational modeling
  • review SOP techniques 
  • search sequence data
  • conduct secondary analysis 
  • work collaboratively to outline an experimental plan for a study 
  • work on figures for a collaborative manuscript-typically one member of the team is better at plotting or figure representation and the whole team could share authorship
  • enhance career development through NIH OITE

 


News

  • Celebrating Larner Graduate Program Degree Recipients
    June 3, 2020 by Michelle Bookless
    On Sunday, May 17, University of Vermont President Suresh Garimella conferred degrees to 40 graduate students from the Larner College of Medicine. Included were two graduates from the Cellular, Molecular, and Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. program; one graduate from the Master of Medical Science program; nine from the Master of Science in Pharmacology program; and 28 from the Master of Public Health program.
  • College Celebrates Graduates at 2019 Graduate Hooding Ceremony
    December 16, 2019 by Michelle Bookless
    On Wednesday, December 11, 2019, the University of Vermont Graduate College and UVM Graduate Student Senate hosted the annual Graduate Hooding Ceremony at the Ira Allen Chapel. Among the attendees were 14 master and doctor of philosophy graduates from the UVM Larner College of Medicine. They are part of a cohort of 41 students graduating from the College's master and doctor of philosophy programs in the 2019-2020 academic year.
  • Innovative Research Model Sheds Light on Immune Response in Dengue Infection
    March 28, 2019 by Sean Diehl, Ph.D., and Jennifer Nachbur
    Investigators in UVM's Vaccine Testing Center and Center for Translational Global Infectious Disease Research (TGIR) have uncovered details of the human immune response to infection with dengue - a close "cousin" of the Zika virus - which 40 percent of the global population is at risk for contracting. Their study findings were reported recently in the Lancet’s open-access journal EBioMedicine.
  • Supporting Future Physicians & Biomedical Scientists with the Gift of Education
    December 21, 2018 by Jennifer Nachbur
    Doctoral student Leslie Sepaniac and medical student Hyunsoo No have benefitted from world-class research, a collaborative community, mentorship and a level of support that’s ensuring they can help cancer patients from the bench and at the bedside for years to come.