On Trust, Coffee Machines and Researchers

PMHDC Implementation Core

The first step in connecting with minority populations is rebuilding trust.

2
Comments

12
Likes

154
Views

Ome sweet ome

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

Suffer from ome-phobia? You've come to the right place.

0
Comments

8
Likes

66
Views

Beginner’s Eye for the Science Guy (or Gal)

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

Take a fresh look at your data and the world around you.

0
Comments

12
Likes

116
Views

Creating a Clearing in the Woods

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Our lives are moving both too fast and too slow. We recognize demands but are more restricted and stationary than ever before.

0
Comments

12
Likes

624
Views

Finding Your Science Flow: Yoga Lessons to Increase Productivity

Rachel Bonami, PhD

Keep your focus while under fire: learn how to slow down to speed up by applying yogic philosophy to your professional life.

1
Comments

4
Likes

320
Views

Finding Community on Twitter: Why I Plugged In

Rachel Bonami, PhD

Missing those impromptu hallway chats of ye olde February 2020? Consider turning to Twitter .

1
Comments

4
Likes

56
Views

The Uncertainty of Research: Reality Check

Chevis Shannon, DPH

For many of us, the Covid-19 work environment we have been thrust into is one of instability and uncertainty.  In reflecting on all this uncertainty, I can’t help but …

0
Comments

2
Likes

70
Views

Working Parents: Emergency Supplies for 30 Minutes of Quiet

Helen Bird

At the intersection of Zoom conferences and melt downs are the glorious You Tubers who have valiantly posted hours of content.

0
Comments

2
Likes

180
Views

Scholarly Activities for a Remote Research Lab

Two Peds in a Blog, MD, PhD

What meaningful activities can we perform given the inability to physically meet or be in our lab? Here are some ideas.

1
Comments

6
Likes

251
Views

Not that Kind of Bias: Tales of Survivorship Bias

Pipette Protagonist, PhD

Spoiler: We are all biased

0
Comments

0
Likes

75
Views