Biomedical researchers & educators from around the world become part of your personal network when you use AAA’s Career Center to look for a new position or post an opening. If you know of any career development resources you’d like to share—internship and sabbatical opportunities, grant-writing courses, resumé writing assistance, job-hunting tips. etc.—please let us know!
Member-only online community. Provides opportunities to connect with other members online while sharing information and helping each other solve the challenges they are facing..
Designed for those who are newer to teaching anatomy or are switching subjects within anatomy, this training program consists of two parts: an at home training component under the supervision of a mentor and a one week intensive residential training in England over the summer.
Developed to enhance your network and to provide advise and input when you need it. Career Advisors are willing to assist you with a variety of career related topics.
A series of handouts designed to guide you through everything from how to get the job you want to how to succeed when you get it.
Helpful information for those writing a grant, or looking to serve as a reviewer.
An extensive listing of anatomy graduate programs.
Resources from the Professional Development track at Experimental Biology (EB).
For those interested in getting published in the biomedical sciences, AAA has compiled information to help.
Resources available to you through The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB).
NIH’s Office of Intramural Training & Education career resources. Includes resources on finding a postdoctoral fellowship, the academic job search, writing a CV, interviewing and salary negotiation.
Various salary survey information, including our 2002 surveys that were discontinued because AAMC began collecting appropriate data points for our members’ purposes.