Academic Speaking: Make Sure Your Audience Can Understand You!

Judith Ford, PhD

How you communicate the results of your research is just as important as how you conduct the research. If you don’t communicate effectively, you might as well not have …

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The Power of Strong Collaborations

Fiona Harrison, PhD

The right collaborations can accelerate your career - choose wisely!

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Pro Tips for Networking and Collaborating

Rebecca Helton, MA

Two PIs who lead large multi-site studies share their best advice on networking and collaborating.

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Networking for People Who Hate Networking: A Field Guide for Introverts, the Overwhelmed, and the Underconnected

The Edge for Scholars

If you’re like your correspondent, the very word “networking” sends a trickle of terror down your spine.  Even the thought of mingling at a conference fills you with dread.  …

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Not that Kind of Conference: Attending Clinical Conferences as a PhD

Pipette Protagonist, PhD

Spoiler: It’s not for you, but you should go anyway.

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Connecting on Twitter During Conference Season

Aimee Edgeworth

Quick reference guide for how to use social media to network during conference season, and beyond.

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Know Thy Study Section Members

Niccolo Machiavelli

Look at the roster for the study section(s) your grants will go to. Find these people.

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2021-2022 Biomedical Data Science Innovation Lab

iTHRIV CTSA

A hybrid event with four virtual microlabs and a five-day residential workshop focused on the ethical challenges of applying AI technologies.

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Overheard at Ground Level: Fresh Brewed Mentoring

The Edge for Scholars

Collected pearls from office hours with senior mentors and leaders.

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A Guide to Managing Research Teams

Timothy Hohman, PhD

Our ability to effectively manage a team, which often is not taught in academic medicine, is critical to the success of our careers.

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