This page lists a number of Web sites that contain funding information and listings of current positions available in the sciences (see also Career Development).
GSBS JobNet-- postdoctoral, faculty and research positions available in the Houston area
JobTrack (The Riley Guide) -- a comprehensive job site listing academic and nonacademic jobs. Has excellent advice on internet searching and helpful links to other Web sites.
Pharmacology Careers -- An extensive list of job openings in the area of pharmacology, in academe, industry and health care.
Jobs in Higher Education -- postings of positions available at institutions of higher education.
Science Professional Network: Science magazine classified ads on-line -- a variety of career-related services and information, including an on-line search service of the Science classified advertisements
Job listings in The Scientist -- limited number of positions listed in this bi-weekly "Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional"
Job listings in The Chronicle of Higher Education -- weekly postings of job openings in and out of academe
FASEB Career Resources -- an on-line placement service offered by The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
Funding Sources -- information about fellowships and other funding sources for postdoc
The University of Texas-Houston Office of Sponsored Projects -- provides pre-grant application services to the Health Science Center community
The Illinois Research Information Service (IRIS) at the University of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign -- a searchable database of funding opportunities (searches may not work from non-TMC sites)
The University of Florida; Office of Research, Technology, and Graduate Education; "Grants and Fellowships for Graduate and Postdoctoral Support" -- a fairly comprehensive listing of sources of funding for research and study
FinAid; the Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid -- a comprehensive guide to student financial aid, including a variety of searchable databases; little of specific interest to postdocs, however.
GrantsNet -- "One-stop shopping" for young scientists seeking information on grants and other forms of support for research and training the biomedical sciences published by The Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the American Association for the Advancement of Science Agencies