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For more information on any of the following programs, centers, or offices, contact the Department of Neurobiology Assistant Chair, by e-mail or at 847-491-3081.

BioProfessionals Program

The BioProfessionals Program Includes three sub-programs:

Fellowship Application Procedure

The following is the ideal timeline for submission of a fellowship requiring institutional support:

The Graduate School (TGS) Development

Searle Center For Advancing Learning And Teaching

The Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching encourages teaching practices grounded in pedagogical scholarship through programs and workshops that help Northwestern faculty members, graduate students, and post-docs develop their teaching practice.

Faculty Resources
Graduate Students & Post-docs

Northwestern Career Advancement (NCA)

Northwestern Career Advancement (NCA) helps undergraduate and graduate students with the career development process, including academic major and career decision making, internship advising, full time job search advising, and graduate school and pre-law advising. Students can schedule individual appointments as well as attend express advising hours for assistance. In addition, all students have access to Handshake. Handshake is an online internship and job database for employers who recruit Northwestern students. Handshake also enables students to receive email updates on services, programming, and special events.

Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPA)

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPA) is a central resource for postdoctoral training at Northwestern University. The OPA works with Northwestern postdocs, faculty members and administrators to: Provide access to professional, career development resources and mentoring, Build a strong and interactive postdoctoral community, and advise on postdoctoral training policies and guidelines.