Keck Center Training Programs
The Keck Center offers several avenues for training, mentorship, and interaction with faculty leaders and training program participants working on interdisciplinary bioscience research problems.
The Gulf Coast Consortia is committed to
providing equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities; we
welcome applications from qualified trainees with disabilities. All GCC
member institutions are ADAAA compliant and have offices of disability
support services that provide accommodations and support services to
trainees, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Keck Annual Research Conference
Acknowledging Keck Center Support Trainee Symposium on Cancer Research Individual Development Plans (IDPs) The GCC supports the NIH's strong encouragement that every graduate student or postdoc supported by any NIH training grant, fellowship, or research grant have an Individual Development Plan (IDP) (NOT-OD-14-113) as a career development tool. Although institutions
are responsible for implementation of and compliance with this notice for their
trainees, the GCC monitors that our fellows have completed an IDP every year. One popular tool for creating an IDP is AAAS myIDP. IDP workshops are one of the professional development activities that the GCC sponsors. Read more...
About the Keck Center
08/01/201626th Annual Keck Research Conference Logo Design ContestBioScience Research Collaborative
09/09/2016Keck Seminar, Patrick Cirino, Associate Professor, Departments of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Biology and Biochemistry, University of HoustonSpeaker(s): Patrick CirinoBioScience Research Collaborative
09/16/2016Keck Seminar, Arthur Laganowsky, Assistant Professor, Center for Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases, TAMU-IBTSpeaker(s): Arthur LaganowskyBioScience Research Collaborative
09/23/2016Keck Seminar, Gretchen Diehl, Assistant Professor, Department of Molec Virology & Microbiology, Alkek Center for Metagenomics and Microbiome Research, Baylor College of MedicineSpeaker(s): Gretchen DiehlBioScience Research Collaborative
09/30/2016Keck Seminar, Josephine Ferreon, Assistant Professor, Pharmacology, Baylor College of MedicineSpeaker(s): Josephine FerreonBioScience Research Collaborative