Honing Resiliency: Reminders from a Recent Disappointment

Florence Yuan, MD

My Failure CV and Sunshine Folder remind me to keep striving for opportunities, even when I don't get them.

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How to "Do it All" (By Not Doing it All)

Katie Loth, PhD

As an academic mom of three, I get asked all of the time how I “do it all”. Short answer: I don’t! Long answer: Check out these thoughts, tips …

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I Got Everything I Thought I Wanted, but I'm Unhappy. Now What?

Burned Out Psychologist, PhD

I built a successful research career but found I was chronically unhappy with work. Since then, I’ve taken steps to examine the best way forward.

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Crafting the RCR Section in Application & Progress Report

Ashley Hood, PhD

How to approach the Training in Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) section of NIH grant proposals.

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Getting Expectations in Line with an Online Mentoring Agreement

The Edge for Scholars

The Edge for Scholars team recently revised our Mentee-Mentor Agreement using an interactive online approach to initiate and revisit the important conversations that serve as the building blocks of a …

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You've Got Things to Say: Upcoming Themes

The Edge for Scholars

Inviting blog posts for upcoming Cutting Edge newsletter themes.

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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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New iTHRIV Series aims to Amplify Underrepresented Voices in Health

iTHRIV CTSA

The Voices in Clinical and Translational Science series will focus on promoting dialogue and encouraging team science.

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Fierce Conversations

Christina Boncyk, MD

Susan Scott doesn't suggest we talk in threatening overconfidence with unrelenting passion, but rather that our conversations be focused on genuine, eager, and truthful investigations into reality.

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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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