Often too busy at work in labs, lecture halls, and libraries to plot their career paths, graduate students now have a unique set of online training resources to help them make the leap into the work world and to succeed in any career.
A summer job as a file clerk at University Hospital in the multi-organ transplant unit charted the career path of Rodney DeKoter, PhD.
Change has been a constant for Mohamadreza Najiminaini, PhD. He has moved half way around the world, and changed his research focus from computer hardware engineering to optics and nanotechnology.
The breadth of research opportunities in Microbiology and Immunology first attracted Brad Thompson, PhD'81, to the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry.