Professional development opportunities do not delay doctorate training or publications

Ph.D.-trained scientists are essential contributors to the workforce in diverse employment sectors that include academia, industry, government, and non-profit organizations. Therefore, best practices for training the future biomedical workforce are of national concern. To complement coursework and laboratory research training, many institutions—including UNC-Chapel Hill—now offer professional training to enable career exploration and help students develop a broad set of skills for various career paths.

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