Twitter for Scientists

Aimee Edgeworth

Tweet your research and network with other scientists.

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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 .

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How to Host a Multidisciplinary, Near-Peer Work-in-Progress Group

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Work-in-progress groups (WIPs) convene members on a regular schedule for supportive critique of scholarly materials.

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Job Search: Interviewing from the Waist Up

Ashley Hood, PhD

Whether interviewing or being interviewed, odds are you are about to be a video star.  We've rounded up the most practical and clear advice.

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Relief from Social Distancing

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Seven ideas for getting relief from social distancing.

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Tips for making the most of your time at ACTS and Washington, DC

Neo Gebru

Reflections from my first ACTS conference - filled with conversation starters, lessons learned, and "how to" DC

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Conference Attendance Advice

Heather Siefkes, MD

Quick tips for conference newbies.

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Paper-Writing Checklists to Prevent Headaches Down the Road

Rebecca Helton, MA

Avoid authorship headaches and streamline the path from data to paper with these checklists.

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IScientist 2019: A MeTooSTEM Perspective

Teresa Swanson, PhD

Science needs people to raise their voices, to refuse the status quo. Science needs people like you.

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IScientist: A Conference for Revolution

Teresa Swanson, PhD

The brilliant organizers of IScientist have created a space for revolution.

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