How-to Talks by Postdocs is a series of instructional brown-bag lunch talks for the general VCU health sciences community taught by postdocs. These are not seminar talks, but an opportunity for postdocs to share how to do something related to the health sciences. How-to Talks by Postdocs is sponsored by the Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences (VCU Libraries), the C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research, and the VCU Postdoctoral Association.

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Submissions from 2016

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How to Obtain a Postdoc and Thrive In It, Sade E. Johns

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How to Study Protein-Ligand Interaction through Molecular Docking, Nehru V. Sankaranarayanan

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Intro to R-package, Part 1 [online video], Anna S. Nagle

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Intro to R-package, Part 2 [online video], Anna S. Nagle

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The Active Learning Teaching Revolution: Technologies to Assist with Teaching STEM so that Your Students Actually Learn, Rebecca Martin

Submissions from 2015

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How to Detect and Isolate Stem Cells [online video], Sarmistha Talukdar

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Locomotor Behavioral Assessments [online video], Pretal Muldoon

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The Active Learning Teaching Revolution [online video], Rebecca Martin and Bianca Baker