Graduate school is just the beginning. A Rockefeller education opens the door to a wide variety of careers for biomedical scientists. In addition to academic research, Rockefeller students also have interests in both research and non-research careers in biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, science teaching and education, technology transfer and intellectual property, management consulting, science writing and publishing, and science policy and diplomacy.
At Rockefeller, Director of Career and Professional Development, Dr. Andrea Morris, helps students explore options and gain the skills needed to pursue their chosen path. Throughout their Ph.D. training, students are encouraged to seek individual, personalized career development advice, and to participate in professional development workshops, courses and events designed to explore careers and prepare for successful job searches. Contact Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about these opportunities.