Archive for May, 2013

May 24, 2013

Above the meritocracy

By Danielle Miranda Danielle Miranda

It is without a doubt that we live in a meritocracy; i.e. a society that has a built in rank and opportunity based on certificates, degrees, and records to determine worth. This is not unique to the realm of science, where indeed we are pigeon holed by our degrees, but can be seen in all […]

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May 23, 2013

Perspectives on Research at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale and Jacksonville

By Danielle Miranda Danielle Miranda

Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale offers a great graduate training experience. Some of the main areas of focus are metabolic and vascular biology, multiple myeloma, receptor signaling, molecular modeling, and cancer research. The smaller campus offers a close-knit feeling in which you interact with post-docs, technologists, and students from the other labs on a daily basis. […]

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May 10, 2013

Code me please

By Carl Gustafson Carl Gustafson

My name is Harrison AM and I am not unique. In fact, according to PubMed, there are at least three of me. Also, I cannot claim to be the only Harrison AM who has published on the subject of surgery. Or even surgical education… For the Herasevich’s of the world this may not be an […]

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