Getting into Medical School is Becoming Harder by Ilana Kowarski, U.S. News & World Report, Oct 31, 2017
Admission rates for medical school are falling. Medical schools are receiving more applications. This is partly because most students send applications to more than a dozen medical schools.
I tell students that research internships can help their applications.
She inspired me: The role models who helped women envision a career in STEM. by Neil Gladston for Verizon Community
Many of us women in STEM owe our careers to the pioneering women who encouraged us, guided us and mentored us to succeed. Here are the stories of six of us who were fortunate to have wonderful mentors.
I now mentor many students. One of the most important things I teach them is scientific writing. It’s the main thing Dr. Brosnan taught to me and was the biggest key to my success.
JobWatch: Training the Next Generation of Ph.D.'s By Alex Philippidis/ GEN, GEN Exclusives
As a result of this project, we will train over 180 people to develop team skills to understand, select and use genomics data tools and approaches,” Kovatch and colleagues Luz Claudio, Ph.D., professor of preventive medicine, and Andrew Sharp, Ph.D., senior faculty member and associate professor of genetics and genomic sciences, stated in an abstract of their grant proposal. The course will be offered online via Coursera, they added.."
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