Yesterday was a very full day at PISA 2020 with sessions and events spanning from 9:00 AM until 7:30 PM. Today at PISA 2020, we begin the morning with Trainee Advising Sessions at 8:00 AM and 9:00 AM on the topics of “Considering medical school?” and “ Individual development plans (IDPs) for trainees: Your plan [...]
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As many of us are unable to be in the lab, we are taking this opportunity to focus on other tasks, such as writing, reviewing, and planning. However, revising a manuscript has an added level of difficulty with our current limitations. A recent piece by Ye Zhou in Science highlights some of these difficulties with [...]
Life has changed significantly in a short period of time. Many academics, including myself, have been asked to leave their labs and work from home. This can be difficult as it seems that progress has come to a halt. However, time away from the lab can be a good thing and allow for energy to [...]
Writing a manuscript is hard, and beginning the process can feel like the most difficult part. Here, Jay Van Bavel and June Gruber have put together some tips for developing good writing habits. Science, Letters To Young Scientists Struggling with your academic writing? Try these experiments to get the words flowing...