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Dr. Teresa Evans Takes on New Role in the Graduate School

Author: Drs. David Weiss and Linda McManus | Category: Career Development | July 07, 2014

Dr. Teresa Evans received her PhD in the Neuroscience Track of the IMGP this year under the mentorship of Dr. Holly VanRemmen. While a graduate student, Dr. Evans was involved in organizing and even developing a variety of graduate student and postdoctoral fellow programs around the Health Science Center such as Trainee Meetings Outside the Box (TMOB), F-Troop, and the Science Communication Committee. Her passion for these efforts has brought her to the GSBS and OPA Offices for the next stage of her career where she will be continuing these programs as well as establishing new ones. One of these new programs is directed at career guidance for students and postdocs. To this end, she is organizing a Career Advisory Council comprised of professionals in the San Antonio community that work in a variety of careers in the biomedical workspace such as education, industry, scientific advocacy, science policy, science writing, patent law, military research, etc. The individuals on this council will serve as a resource for our trainees to help them develop their interests and guide their particular career choices. She will be telling you more about these folks and this exciting program in upcoming blogs. In addition, Dr. Evans will also be continuing her research with Dr. Carlos Jaramillo and Dr. Mary Jo Pugh. If you know Dr. Evans, you know that her enthusiasm and passion for graduate student and postdoctoral fellow training and career development is limitless. We are both fortunate and excited to have her serving in this new capacity. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Evans in this new role.



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