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Postdoc Societies

Postdocs of Cambridge (PdOC)

PdOC is the University society for all postdoctoral research staff and Junior Research Fellows (JRFs) at Cambridge. It is run by postdocs, for postdocs.

All Cambridge postdocs are welcome to join and there is no membership fee.

PdOC organise a regular schedule of social and career development events – including a weekly lunch at the University Centre, pub and games nights, masterclasses and talks.

They also represent postdocs from across the University and its partner institutes (UPIs) and facilitate communication with the wider University community.

Visit their website to find out more about PdOC, how you can get involved, and to sign up for their weekly newsletter.

 

Entrepreneurial Postdocs of Cambridge (EPOC)

EPOC is a club founded by postdocs with support from the OPdA, Cambridge Enterprise and Cambridge Judge Business School.

They run regular events and initiatives to create awareness of entrepreneurial opportunities and foster a multidisciplinary network of entrepreneurial postdocs within the University.

Visit their website to find out more about EPOC, how you can get involved, and to subscribe to their mailing list.

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Upcoming events

Postdoc Business Plan Competition 2017 Grand Finale

Nov 02, 2017

The Theatre, Peterhouse, Cambridge

Getting Connected: Induction Event for Postdoctoral Research Staff

Nov 15, 2017

The Postdoc Centre @ Eddington, 105 Eddington Place, Cambridge, CB3 1AS

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