Research Resources describing new tools or techniques should include appropriately controlled validation experiments. Datasets must be validated and generally must represent an analysis of biological replicates with technical replicates where appropriate. All Research Resources should be of broad interest to the signaling research community and be expected to lead to important and substantial advances in understanding the regulatory phenomenon in subsequent studies. Each student will take on the real-world role of a scientist and research as they conduct their hands-on research, at Connecticut Institute of science and research (CISR), a soon-to-be state-of-the-art learning laboratory. We will provide a platform that will offer students the opportunity to study natural subject topics. Students will gain a chance to brainstorm the potential factors that can have an environmental impact on local division and more.
We are dedicated to understanding natural and managed environments extending across molecular to global scales with the aim of conservation and optimal management of resources. This, in addition to promoting sustainability and biodiversity, is achieved through high-quality research and teaching. Our department is comprised of a diverse team that is currently active in a variety of exciting initiatives at local, national and international levels. We are committed to creating an optimal environment for learning and the pursuit of knowledge.
The Fellowship is an excellent springboard for young scientists because they can establish and build on their research. We encourage the pursuit of new ideas and provide a flexible environment that enables changes in research directions as new ideas develop.
Connecticut Institute of science and research (CISR) Fellowship is the research energy science & engineering provides early career scientists for establishing an independent research program. This is an excellent opportunity to pursue new research ideas without the need for external funding, with full institutional support, access to the Institute’s outstanding technical and scientific resources, and an opportunity to work in the intellectual environment.
Postdoctoral fellowships are usually research-oriented appointments for scientists who have completed a doctoral study. Postdocs are usually hired through an employment contract, the duration is shorter than a doctoral fellowship, and the promoter’s role tends to be limited. The primary objective is to contribute to the scientific output of a research unit by producing relevant scientific publications. However, other possible tasks are participation in research projects, supervision/coaching of doctoral students and, not uncommonly, also teaching duties.
Connecticut Institute of science and research (CISR) is committed to providing a world-class environment, resources, and support to assist Postdoctoral Researchers to develop as independent researchers and achieve their research and career goals.
Our postdoctoral fellowship program aims to
- Encourage young academics to expand their research.
- Deepen the engagement of early-career academics with scholarly and policy discussions on peacebuilding, in all part of the world; and
- Further, develop and apply academics’ capacity for independent research that is relevant to a range of disciplines and broader networks.
The benefits of participating in research as part of an undergraduate education are clear and undisputed. First and foremost, participation in research is the best way to understand the true nature of science and the scientific process. A research experience extends beyond simply working in a laboratory and also includes communicating the results of that research in presentations and writing. A career with Connecticut Institute of science and research is more than just a job. Here, you’ll always be treated as an individual, with your skills and ambitions. We provide students with an opportunity to conduct hands-on research under the mentorship of leading scientific researchers at one of the world’s premier biomedical research facilities. When students perform hands-on research, interact with other cultures and use the workplace as a classroom, they’re gaining valuable experience that directly translates to the real world. The institute offers a wealth of these experiential learning activities.