The Neurosciences IDP is committed to providing advising in support of the scholarly and professional development of its students. When most effective, the advising relationship entails collaborative and sustained engagement by both the advisor and the advisee. Advising expectations should be periodically discussed and reviewed to ensure mutual understanding. Both the advisor and the advisee are expected to maintain professionalism and integrity.
The Stanford University student account is a record of all student charges for tuition, fees, and other items associated with a student’s education, as well as all corresponding payments and credits. Student Financial Services posts all financial transactions to student accounts as they are received. By accepting Stanford's offer of admission and enrolling in classes, each student accepts responsibility for paying all debts to the University, including tuition and fees, for which he or she is liable. An individual's registration as a Stanford student constitutes his or her agreement to make timely payment of all amounts due.As such, all students will want to:
Biosciences Individual Development Plan - Your Individual Development Plan (IDP) and planning meetings with your advisor are intended to help you take ownership of your training and professional development. By taking time to think intentionally about your goals and identifying resources to help you achieve them, you can create a plan with actionable steps tailored to your career of choice.
BioSci Careers - BioSci Careers provides counseling/coaching, curriculum, and connections to more than 3,000 trainees in the medical and life sciences.
Vice Provost for Graduate Education (VPGE)- Professional skills learned in graduate school can form the basis of a great career. Together with campus partners, the VPGE office equips graduates with the leadership, management, and interpersonal skills they need to excel in their chosen fields.
BEAM: Bridging Education, Ambition & Meaningful Work (Stanford Career Education) - Career educators at BEAM connect with students in appointments and meetups to help them explore career paths, identify and apply for opportunities, and cultivate personalized networks that shape their professional journey. Career Education is an intentional attempt to shift expectations from placing students in jobs to educating them about the process of cultivating their personalized networks to shape their professional journey and bridging their education and ambitions with meaningful work.
Applying for a NRSA Fellowship? We've provided some information to help you start and complete your application, and know how to use it if you are awarded. Go to the Funding section above to learn more.