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Office of Postdoctoral Affairs Drexel Research and Teaching Resources

Research Resources


Drexel's libraries have many resources to help with research. Some of those resources include:

Office of Research

The Office of Research invests in the future, enabling research advances to sustain Drexel's reputation as a preeminent university. Visit the Office of Research site to learn more about receiving funding, submitting proposals, managing your award, and more.

Research Core Facilities

Our research core facilities are committed to enhancing investigators' capabilities, fostering collaboration, and accelerating discovery and translation. We are committed in our support of faculty, staff, and students by providing access to cost-effective state-of-the-art instrumentation, computing and services. For more information, visit the Core Facilities site.

University Research Computing

The University Research Computing Facility is a resource for high-performance and high-throughput scientific computing for use by Drexel researchers. This facility is housed in the 3rd floor of Curtis Hall (directions), For more information, visit the University Research Computing site.

University Laboratory Animal Resources

University Laboratory Animal Resources (ULAR) is an integral part of the Office of Research & Innovation, providing care, health, and well-being for animals and research and education programs at Drexel University. To learn more about ULAR, please click here.

Grant Writing

Drexel postdocs have licensed access to Pivot, a tool designed for discovering and sharing research funding opportunities. Pivot replaces the COS Funding Opportunities (CFO), previously licensed for Drexel use. For more information, see the following announcement.

Electronic Research Notebook

Drexel University has purchased an enterprise license for LabArchives electronic research notebook (ERN) services for use by its faculty, researchers, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students in performing or learning research activities. Electronic research notebooks (ERNs) help researchers to manage the results of research efforts, record and document research processes and procedures, and manage digital research data in ways that increase reproducibility, efficiency, collaboration, searchability, and security. For more information on electronic research notebooks and how you can acquire one, please click here.

Teaching Resources


The Center for the Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning Excellence (CASTLE), founded in 2014, is currently home to fourteen funded initiatives centered on translational pedagogies. CASTLE is housed in the 3401 Market St building in the heart of the University City Innovation Neighborhood (directions). The center is rooted in Drexel's long history of experiential learning and innovation in STEM education. For more information, visit the CASTLE site.

Remote Teaching

Looking for more information on remote teaching at Drexel? Visit the Teaching and Learning Center's remote teaching page.

Drexel Writing Center

All members of the Drexel community are invited to use the Drexel Writing Center for one-to-one writing consultations. If you are interested in booking an appointment or want to learn more about how the Drexel Writing Center can help you, please visit the Drexel Writing Center's page for faculty and staff.

Faculty Resources for Using Drexel Learn

Not sure how to use Drexel Learn? Are you looking at a blank course in Drexel Learn, and don't know where to start? Visit the Faculty Resources for Learn page.

Instructional Technology Workshops

Drexel IT offers workshops for various instructional technologies including Drexel Learn, Zoom, Office 365, Qualtrics, and more. For more information, please visit Drexel IT's Workshops and Trainings page.

Contact the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs

Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies
Drexel University College of Medicine
Health Sciences Building
60 N 36th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Natalie Chernets, PhD
Director of Postdoctoral Affairs & Professional Development

For more information, please contact the Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Professional Studies

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