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Post Doc Buddy Program

New to DCPDA since 2017, we are starting our own Buddy Program.

The idea of this is to connect incoming post docs with current, helping to assist on all things related to becoming a post doc at Dartmouth. We encourage all new post docs to take up the opportunity on having a buddy; we promise we will be of some use!!

Below we list all DCPDA buddies, take a look at their biographies, and reach out to any that you think most closely match your research/interests/background!

Current DCPDA Buddies

Jeff Stott

 I am a post-doc in the department of Psychological and Brian Sciences. I moved to the New Hampshire from Minnesota two and half years ago. I grew up in California and North Carolina, and went to college in New Mexico. I conduct behavioral neuroscience research that investigates the neural mechanisms of habit formation and reward learning. I co-chair the Social Committee for Dartmouth College Postdoctoral Association. You can find me at the events we organize. Feel free to reach out if you are a new postdoc at Dartmouth or DHMC and have any questions about living in the Upper Valley. Contact Jeff jeffrey.j.stott@dartmouth.edu

 

 

 

Britney Privett

I am a first year postdoc in the Department of Biology (my lab is in the Life Sciences Center). I received my Ph.D. from Dartmouth, and I have been living in the Upper Valley for 6 years now. My research interests include the structure/function relationship of biological macromolecules (proteins) as well as metal homeostasis in plants. Outside of work I enjoy dancing with the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble, attending yoga classes, being outdoors, and spending time with friends and family.Contact Britney Britney.Rose.Privett@dartmouth.edu

 

 

 

Emily Weyburne

I'm a second year postdoc in the Molecular Systems Biology department. My field of interest is cancer biology. I completed my PhD at Dartmouth as well, and so have six total years of experience in the Upper Valley area. Outside of lab I enjoy rock climbing, hiking, and yoga. Contact Emily emily.s.weyburne@dartmouth.edu

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah Katzenell

I’m originally from Israel, and I came to Dartmouth in 2010 for graduate school in the M/I department. In 2016 I graduated and joined a biochemistry lab in the chemistry department. My scientific interests are physiology and cell biology. Outside the lab, I have 2 kids and a husband; we like cooking, eating, all manner of outdoor activities (hiking, canoeing, kayaking, snow-shoeing, camping) and crafts. Contact Sarah sarah.katzenell@dartmouth.edu

 

Raj Chakrabarti

I am Raj, a second year postdoc in the Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Geisel School of Medicine. Before coming to Dartmouth I did my masters in Biophysics & Molecular Biology and Ph.D in Biochemistry from University of Calcutta, India. My home country is India and I have been in the US for almost 2 years now. I work on actin dynamics and organelle functions in cells; When I am not in lab, I try to enjoy all the outdoors things the Upper Valley has to offer. Contact Raj Rajarshi.Chakrabarti@dartmouth.edu

 

Angela Henricks

I am a post-doc in the Psychiatry Department in the Geisel School of Medicine. My research focuses on understanding the neurobiological underpinnings of mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders. I completed my PhD at Washington State University in 2016 and have loved exploring the Upper Valley over the last two years. Outside of work, I like to go hiking, boating and fishing, or just hanging out by the lake with my husband, infant daughter and fur baby. Contact Angela angela.m.henricks@dartmouth.edu