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    June 15, 2007

    Behind the Scenes, Pharmacists Play Key Role in Clinical Research

    "People who go through the Pharm.D. training have a knowledge of the chemicals and the development process, and how it interacts with the patient, that adds a tremendous dimension to the clinical trials." --David Cooper

    June 15, 2007

    French Pharmacist Finds Career Niche at Regulatory Agency

    Franck Diafouka found at the EMEA the opportunity to study the impact of drugs in real life and work in a multinational and multicultural environment.

    June 15, 2007

    Pharmacists Working in the Community

    "My passion is helping patients, and their care comes first in my job. For me, it's all about attaining loyalty and trust." --Heather Free

    June 22, 2007

    Working as a Medical Writer

    "I would say that there's definitely enough work to go around." --Emma Hitt

    June 22, 2007

    Tooling Up: The Slightly Irreverent, Shake 'Em Up Job Search

    My attitude is that if you are stuck, you should do anything you can to get unstuck as long as it's not illegal, unethical, or obviously foolish.

    June 22, 2007

    Escaping the Postdoc

    "The priority for most researchers is an independent career in research. For me, the next step is either another postdoc or getting my own funding. But if the funding doesn't come through, I'll probably quit." --John Bothwell

    June 29, 2007

    Mastering Your PhD: Strength in Numbers

    “Used properly, this tool will encourage you, and your lab mates, to operate outside your normal mode of thinking.”

    June 29, 2007

    Educated Woman, Postdoc Edition, Chapter 6: Carrots and Sticks

    “Our recent personal history teaches us that what we will most likely receive when we seek guidance is a swift kick in the pants.”

    June 29, 2007

    Mind Matters: Working Space

    The trouble is that if you start off without much space, your ability to produce good science is seriously compromised.

    July 06, 2007

    Special Feature: Science Careers for Undergrads

    July 06, 2007

    The Importance of Undergraduate Research

    "If you have already learned how to function independently in a laboratory environment by the time you graduate from your undergraduate institution, then you are really well-prepared for graduate school." --Chris Burge

    July 06, 2007

    Going Abroad for Your Ph.D.

    For students brave enough to dust off their passports in seeking a Ph.D., the rewards can be great.

    July 06, 2007

    Funding for Undergraduate Science Majors

    Science Careers provides direct links to GrantsNet's funding database, so you can find your next science scholarship, internship, or research opportunity.

    July 13, 2007

    Be Careful What You Wish For

    “The glut of graduate students enticed by the growing support a few years ago have since found it difficult to get their own work funded … and the sudden deceleration in funding has left many researchers feeling slighted even though their funding grew by leaps and bounds in the past decade.” --Yuval Levin

    July 13, 2007

    Opportunities: The Accidental Consultant

    You don’t have to leave scientific training to have an enjoyable (and lucrative) side business as a technical consultant.

    July 13, 2007

    Illustrating Nature

    Diana Marques followed her passion for painting and biology separately until one day she saw an ad for a scientific illustration workshop.

    July 20, 2007

    To Choose an Adviser, Be an "Armchair Anthropologist"

    "I sometimes think of it as doing a little 'armchair anthropology,' asking what it's like in this lab, and can I thrive here?" --Chris Golde

    July 20, 2007

    Tooling Up: Adding Charisma to Your Toolbox

    If they can't influence others positively, they will be relegated to running assays for the next 10 years.

    July 20, 2007

    Mastering Your Ph.D.: Relating to Your Co-Workers' Personality Types

    It's a safe bet that some people in your lab are a lot different from you. A first step in getting along with your lab mates (or anyone, for that matter) is acknowledging that they may be hard-wired to approach problems in a certain way.

    July 27, 2007

    Special Feature: Grant Writing for Tight Times

    "Faced with falling grant-approval rates, researchers need to work harder and smarter to get their projects funded."