This reflection piece was written to discuss the successes AIOG has celebrated over the past 3 years as well as an account of recent events and future directions.
In this article one of our writers, Christina Miles, sits down and picks the brain of SciComm writer Kerry Silva to talk about her science blog Bolded Science.
Dean Furness discusses how to overcome challenges and why it’s important to stop measuring ourselves against others.
Yale provides advice for PhD’s interested in non-traditional careers.
What is intellectual property and why is it important for scientists? Read on here.
Do you love being at the front of scientific innovation? Do you love to share and explain science that you are passionate about to people in a digestible manner? Does the idea of traveling to new places and meeting new people appeal to you? Perhaps, you should consider becoming a Medical Science Liaison. Last week,Continue reading “Medical Science Liaison”
Angela Lee Duckworth, UPenn, speaks on her career experiences teaching middle school math in a New York public school and how she learned IQ is not a fair assessment of intelligence.
Geoff McGrane, MBA and Raeka Ayar Ph.D. from the New York Stem Cell Foundation visit UConn Health to discuss careers in non-profit institutions for Biomedical Ph.D. students. On Monday November 4th 2019 the Academic-Industry Opportunities Group (AIOG) co-founded by Robert Pijewski and Giulia Vigone Ph.D. hosted a Scientific Communications (aka SciComm) seminar for UConn Biomedical SciencesContinue reading “Insights to a career in SciComm”