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    October 12, 2005

    United States: Two Scientists and a Baby

    "We felt very well established in what we were working on in our postdocs and really excited about new opportunities and looking for ways to make those new opportunities come into being." - Alexis Templeton

    November 12, 1999

    Learning How to Teach: How to Do It and Why You Want to

    November 03, 2006

    Betting the Farm

    “You bet your career. We bet ten million dollars.” --Gerald Rubin

    September 24, 1999

    Getting Your Postdoc Grant--It Takes More Than Just Writing!

    March 26, 2004

    Improving Data Collection for Patient Care and Clinical Trials

    "The standards-based and technology-enabled single-source process proposed here can reduce transcription errors, increase efficiency, and facilitate information flow and timeliness of data, thus improving data quality and patient safety."

    October 20, 2006

    Tooling Up: Traits of the Key Players

    "Business success is often defined by comfort with ambiguity and risk--personal, organizational, and financial." --Don Haut

    March 21, 2003

    Creating a Productive Postdoctoral Experience, Part 2: Combining Mentored Research Opportunities with Professional Development

    "Former fellows agree that the CPFP fulfilled its objectives of providing scientific mentoring, leadership training, and professional development. "

    July 12, 2002

    Pursuing a Graduate Degree in Mathematics

    "Throughout my undergraduate and graduate experiences in research and extracurricular activities, I have acquired the knowledge for graduate school and research fundamentals."

    January 25, 2002

    Women Without Tenure, Part II: The Gender Sieve

    The data reveal that the pipeline is leaky, hemorrhaging women from the time they enter as college undergraduates until the time a select few attain full professorship.

    May 19, 2006

    Tooling Up: Mutation or Extinction

    "Now I understand why Microsoft Office products have all those collaboration features that I never found useful in the academic lab. My general impression is that academic labs are into producing soloists. Industry, however, wants orchestra players."

    July 04, 2003

    Brains Unboxed

    "I want them to feel like they had fun and had done work which everyone thought was cool." --Kenneth Haase, acting director, MLE

    January 22, 2003

    Endless Drive

    This article comes to you through a collaboration between Next Wave and Science's aging knowledge environment,
    SAGE KE. The joint venture is supported by the
    AARP Andrus Foundation.

    September 28, 2001

    Small-University Biomedicine; Collaborating With Singapore

    Due to the high volume of questions received, The GrantDoctor cannot answer all queries on an individual basis. Look for an answer to your question published in this column soon! Thank you!

    October 19, 2001

    Career Opportunities for PhDs in Singapore

    While there are good reasons for some to stay on to pursue R&D in academia, industry offers equally or even more exciting careers.

    March 05, 2004

    A Career in Drug Discovery and Development

    "An entire industry depends on the timely discovery and development of new medications--an outstanding and growing opportunity for young scientists."

    February 15, 2002

    MSN Hero-Juan E.Gilbert, PhD

    Even as a professor at Auburn University, I am still being mentored--by other computer science professors.

    March 28, 2003

    A Story of Ones and Twos

    "Sensible couples should sit down and talk about it in the same way that they talk about whether they want to have children," said McNeil, who is married to a physicist herself. "It's equally critical to their lives."

    April 21, 2006

    Tooling Up: Guerrilla Marketing Yourself

    "Personal branding is not about presenting a false image. It is about understanding what is unique about you--your accomplishments, experience, attitude--and then using that to differentiate yourself from other job hunters. Your brand is your edge in the job market." --Levinson and Perry

    May 06, 2013

    Indre Viskontas

    This cognitive scientist/opera singer learned to love science and music separately before figuring out how to bring them together.

    Stephanie McGuire
    June 24, 2013

    Stephanie McGuire

    Classical music and science have a lot in common, says the opera singer with a Ph.D. in psychoacoustics. She wants to help people from all backgrounds appreciate both.

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