Scientific Training Enhancement Program

Postdoctoral Training Scientific Training Enhancement Program
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Postdoctoral Training Scientific Training Enhancement Program

A partnership between NYU and NYU School of Medicine, the Scientific Training Enhancement Program (NYU-STEP) is one of 17 programs sponsored by the National Institutes of Health through a Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training grant to enrich career training for postdoctoral fellows and graduate students. As a scientist in our program, you identify career goals and develop skills that help you better understand and navigate the competitive job market.

The program consists of three phases: career planning and exploration, developing professional skills and career-specific skills, and job search and career transition. Postdocs and graduate students work closely with faculty scientists from NYU School of Medicine and NYU, benefitting from the career-planning strengths and resources of the entire university.

Contact Us

Our collaborative NYU-STEP program is co-directed by Keith Micoli at NYU School of Medicine and Carol Shoshkes Reiss at NYU. Postdocs interested in participating in NYU-STEP should contact Dr. Micoli.

Keith Micoli, PhD
Assistant Dean, Postdoctoral Affairs
NYU School of Medicine
540 First Avenue, 3rd Floor
keith.micoli@nyumc.org

Carol Shoshkes Reiss, PhD
Professor, NYU Department of Biology
100 Washington Square East
carol.reiss@nyu.edu