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Due to the COVID- 19 outbreak, the Graduate School and Office of Postdoctoral Education in 205/210 Jesse Hall is closed to the public. Please note, however, our staff is working remotely and will assist you. Below is some additional information to help you get in touch with us. If you are an applicant with questions,

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Message for Postdocs from MUPA Chair

As your MU postdoctoral association representatives, we want to help you succeed during your tenure at the University of Missouri.  However, right now your safety and the safety of our community is our utmost concern.  We wanted to remind you of the University of Missouri’s policy for on-campus essential research activities.  We know that not all

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Dr. Fiorella Carlos Chavez

Life As A Post Doc – Dr. Fiorella Carlos Chavez Dr. Fiorella L. Carlos Chavez, a postdoctoral scholar in Human Development and Family Science and the recipient of the 2019 Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award and 2019 SRCD Latino Caucus Dissertation Award, is committed to ensuring that her research involves giving back to students in order

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Dr. Kaleea Lewis

Life As A Post Doc – Dr. Kaleea Lewis Dr. Kaleea R. Lewis, a postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Health Sciences and Women’s and Gender Studies and recipient of the Inclusive Excellence Grant from IDE is committed to amplifying the voices of Black students in her researcher on mental health, one voice at a

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Dr. David Owens

Postdoctoral Scholar Spotlight – Dr. David Owens We would like to acknowledge Dr. David Owens for his leadership as the President of the MU Postdoctoral Association (MUPA). As Dr. Owens prepares to end his time here at MU, we would like to recognize his efforts with MUPA as well as with the MU and local

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Dr. Georgios Makris

Postdoc Spotlight: Dr. Georgios Makris Dr. Georgios Makris, a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Missouri Research Reactor (MURR) knew that in order to enhance his research skills toward becoming an stronger independent researcher that taking advantage of the opportunity to live temporarily in the United States would allow him to further his research interest. It

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