AAAG President, Connie Mulligan, present a webinar on applying for and negotiating academic positions as well as advice on how to have a successful first year. She also responds to questions solicited online and from an audience at the University of Florida.
OUTSTANDING TRAINEE PRESENTATIONS IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL GENETICS AWARDS Four American Association of Anthropological Genetics’ (AAAG) Outstanding Trainee Presentation Awards will be given out in 2017. The Outstanding Trainee Presentations in Anthropological Genetics (OTPAG) prizes are given for the best poster and podium presentations at the HBA or AAPA annual meetings. Each awardee (one each for best student poster, student podium […]
Postdoc position available at University of Minnesota- Work at the interface of human genomics & microbiome. Email Dr. Ran Blekhman @ http://blekhmanlab.org/
The Biological Anthropology Program is returning to a six-month interval between competitions for both regular research (Senior) and doctoral dissertation research improvement grants (DDRIG).– For the DDRIG competition, this change is effective immediately, in conjunction with the publication of a revised solicitation (17-506). The next DDRIG target dates will be January 20, 2017, and July 20, 2017, […]
The Outreach Committee has once again organized a AAAG social outing during the AAPAs. This year we have obtained special group pricing of $34.51 for the Georgia Aquarium located just 0.7 miles from the conference hotel. Members and non-members are encouraged to attend. We will meet there at 10am on Thursday, April 14th. If you would like to attend at […]
Congratulations to the winners of the AAAG’s Outstanding Trainee Presentations in Anthropological Genetics (OTPAG) award, which gives a $200 cash prize and a one year subscription to the journal Human Biology for the best poster and podium presentation at the HBA or AAPA annual meeting. The AAAG once again thanks Human Biology’s publisher Wayne State […]
AAAG will be hosting the popular speed networking event at the AAPAs on Wednesday, April 13th from 3-5pm. This event will give you an opportunity to briefly chat with a series of other AAAG members in a casual atmosphere. If you are interested in finding a new position, recruiting graduate students or postdocs, starting collaborations, or just want to get […]
The AAAG elections committee is seeking nominees for the positions of Vice President. Nominees must be full members in good standing. If you would like to nominate yourself or a colleague, please email Drew Kitchen no later than Sunday, March 27, 2016.
Four American Association of Anthropological Genetics’ (AAAG) Outstanding Trainee Presentation Awards will be given out this year. The Outstanding Trainee Presentations in Anthropological Genetics (OTPAG) prizes are given for the best poster and podium presentations at the HBA or AAPA annual meetings. Each awardee (one each for best student poster, student podium presentation, post-doc poster, and post-doc podium presentation) […]
Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Scholar position in the Human Paleogenomics section of the Paleogenomics Laboratory at the University of California Santa Cruz. They seek a Postdoctoral Scholar to participate in an NSF funded collaboration project with the George Washington University and the Yale University whose general goal is to reveal the impact of […]