The roles and responsibilities of researchers extend beyond the scientific community. Researchers may inspire young scientists through school or community initiatives; communicate new scientific results in lay language; engage the public in discussions on complex scientific issues; or serve as an expert advisor to policy makers at all levels of government.

The Regeneron Prize recognizes and honors Excellence in Biomedical Science conducted by postdoctoral fellows. The University is permitted to nominate two postdoctoral fellows and the Office of the Vice Provost for Research will conduct the internal competition to identify the candidates.

Neil Brem, MSOL, Program Manager at The CHOP Leadership Institute, served as one of our guest speakers for the November session of our Postdoc Seminar Series.

John Wilbanks, Chief Commons Officer, Sage Bionetworks and Senior Fellow, Faster Cures, served as one of our guest speakers during the October session of Conducting Research at CHOP.

Scientific Collaborations are essential for advancing biomedical discoveries that benefit society. While these partnerships can vary greatly from simple to complex, there are key factors to consider that will facilitate a productive working relationship. Check out these selected resources for guidance on how to establish, facilitate and maintain successful research collaborations.