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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Lessons Learned While Building a Research Career: Mentoring Matters

Ciara Shaver, MD, PhD

Choosing mentors and a lab environment for your training years is one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a scientist.

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De-Mystifying Single IRB: Let IREx Help!

IRB Reliance Exchange

IRB Exchange (IREx) is a freely available web portal for lead study teams to manage and streamline sIRB documentation and coordination.

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Retiring Junior (and Senior)

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Let's retire the word “junior” when we mean early career investigators.

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The Art of Being Helpful: Mentor vs. Coach vs. Advisor vs. Sponsor

Antonius Tsai, MBA

Four ways of helping a mentee.

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NIH's New Data Sharing Policy: Not So Scary

Rebecca Helton, MA

You're probably already doing some of what's required.

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Summer Short Course with the All of Us Research Program (July 17-21)

All of Us

Make the most of the Researcher Workbench with this course.

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Advice for (New) Assistant Professors Extravaganza

Mirya Holman, PhD

Five rules that I wish I had known.

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Unpacking Mental Health: A Book Review

Scott Pearson

The words “mental health” and “mental illness” are frequently thrown around these days in both society and academe. However, their true nature is rarely defined or understood. Much of our …

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Order from Chaos

Julie Bastarache, MD

How Bullet Journaling got me on track.

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