"Because an interdisciplinary collaboration brings together people with different backgrounds, we can benefit from a bigger and more diverse set of solutions."
Today, when I tell other scientists that I have an interdisciplinary degree, I often find that they have some reservations.
The interdisciplinary nature of our studies is valuable not only for its immediate benefits to our research but also for keeping the door open to diverse career paths in the sciences.
My best Christmas present this year was a job offer.
Our objective is to broaden horizons and encourage trainees and mentors alike to appreciate the breadth of cancer research.
Our group is truly multicultural, and our professional backgrounds are equally diverse.
When chemists, biochemists, and pharmacologists have to work together they often discover that their different backgrounds are a source of communication problems.
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