Grads: April 13 Event: Networking for Early Career Investigators

April 13 Event: Tips from a Recovering Neuro-physiologist

THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2017, 4 TO 5:30 P.M.
UW Medicine South Lake Union, Orin Smith Auditorium Making professional connections is a crucial part of growing your research career. Networking can open doors, expand your horizons, and lead to rewarding and productive relationships, but it can also be an intimidating and confusing process.
While it may seem like it takes a charming personality and unlimited confidence to make career-boosting connections, becoming better and more comfortable with networking is really all about one thing: practice.
This networking event combines helpful instruction with an opportunity to practice making real-world connections with invited special guests from diverse disciplines and industries in a comfortable and friendly setting.

[Register Now]  https://www.iths.org/blog/event/networking-for-early-career-investigators-tips-from-a-recovering-neuro-physiologist/?instance_id=260

By the end of this event, you will:
• Gain practical and helpful networking tips • Make connections with peers and senior faculty • Have the confidence you need to approach any networking opportunity • Have new connections that may boost your career in research and translational science

REGISTRATION
This event is sponsored by ITHS and the Seattle Children’s Research Institute. Seating is limited — please register if you plan to attend.

LOCATION
UW Medicine South Lake Union, Building C Orin Smith Auditorium
850 Republican St.
Seattle, WA 98109

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