Traditionally, those seeking postdoctoral positions in academia were mentored and supported in their search by their faculty mentor. Although this is still true today, there is now a much broader range of possibilities for those graduating with a Ph.D. in the Life Sciences. The following resources provide information about future careers.
MCB295, a departmental course taught in the spring semester, presents guest speakers from a broad range of post-graduate careers.
The campus Career Center can provide graduate students with assistance from Resume and Curriculum Vitae writing to performing job searches on the web.
The Career Management page allows employers to post positions and students to review such jobs.
For postdoctoral funding don't forget to check out the resources of the campus Sponsored Projects Office.