Back to Her Roots: Natasha Halasa

Rebecca Helton, MA

By studying respiratory illness and acute gastroenteritis in young children, Dr. Halasa is improving the lives of children in both the United States and Jordan.

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What Does Bitcoin Have to Do with Medicine & Science? Maybe a Lot.

Josh Fessel, MD, PhD

I tried to understand bitcoin. I ended up learning about blockchain. And then, I had an idea....

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All About My Mentor

Cristina Espinosa, PhD

Before you start your next odyssey, ensure you have the right mentors, enjoy your sail and make it to port safe and sound.

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Tips for Conquering the Literature

Alex Sundermann, PhD

With a strategy and some dedication, you can harness the firehose of new information to fuel your productivity.

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What Would You Do If You Could Do Anything? Jeremy Veenstra-VanderWeele

Rebecca Helton, MA

“As scientists, we can be like kids playing in a sandbox,” says Jeremy Veenstra-VanderWeele, Division Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.  “We’re building things, trying to understand how things go together and doing experiments, but that can only sustain me for so long.  I really need to tie the science to the people.”  The children […]

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Opportunities for Collaboration with the Trial Innovation Network

Aimee Edgeworth

If you're doing multi-site clinical research, this group can supercharge your study recruitment and make technical details easier and less time-consuming.

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Lupus Research on World Lupus Day: April Barnado

Rebecca Helton, MA

In honor of World Lupus Day, we talked to April Barnado, a K12 scholar who is developing methods to use the electronic health record to study outcomes in systemic lupus erythematosus.

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10 Takeaways for Managing Undergraduate Research Assistants

Helen Bird

With guidance, undergrads can be reliable, competent and self-motivated young scientists who are an integral part of your research team.

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Understanding Asthma: Kecia Carroll

Rebecca Helton, MA

As the most common chronic diseases of childhood, asthma and other allergic diseases represent a “substantial burden on children in terms of quality of life, missed school days, and impact on the family in terms of financial costs as well as having to miss work,” according to Kecia Carroll, MD, MPH.  As a pediatrician who […]

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Applications Open for Innovation Lab on Lifestyle Interventions that Last

The Edge for Scholars

An Innovation Lab to re-imagine research on lifestyle and health.

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