Map Your Postdoc Journey
Postdoctoral training is the bridge that connects your life as a student and your life as an independent scientific professional. Your postdoctoral journey is time-limited, lasting one to five years, and will be over before you know it. With so much to do and so little time: How do you decide what to accomplish during your postdoc?
The National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) has identified 6 essential milestones for all postdoc training. We've adapted these milestones into six questions to map your postdoc journey. Like any good map, we've added signposts--click each question below to reveal Stanford resources and programs to reach that milesotone.
Check back frequently, challenge yourself in new areas, and make the most of your postdoc journey at Stanford Pediatrics.
How do I become an expert in my research area?
- Discuss science with your mentor and peers
- Join professional societies
- Attend scientific meetings and conferences
- Stay on top of the scientific literature
- Stanford Office of Pediatric Education | Postdoc Services
In Pediatrics, we have a postdoc team to support you as you pursue your goals. Please contact us and let us know how we can help you.
- Contact Your Peds Postdoc Team
- Manuel Amieva, MD, PhD - Director of Postdoc Affairs
- Allison Guerin, EdD, MEd - Director of Pediatric Education & Administration
- Margaret Murphy, MSEd - Student, Postdoc, & Visa Services Manager