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Pitching In

March 20, 2020

Donate if you can and then help to get the word out about blood donation.

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Citation Evaluation Robot

March 13, 2020 will not only tell you how many times the paper has been cited but also how many times it has been cited as “supporting” versus “contradicting.”

Dr. Jose Pena Bravo, a recent alumnus of MUSC

Resilient Role Model

March 06, 2020

CGS alumnus Dr. Jose Pena-Bravo shared his story of resilience in the face of unexpected circumstances at the Diversity Alumni Speaker Series.

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Stem Cell Fad

February 07, 2020

Scientists have been susceptible to false claims about stem cells in the heart.

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Communicating Controversy

January 29, 2020

Living in the Information Age has resulted in a deluge of voices that we must navigate every day.

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Which Publications Matter

January 22, 2020

Too many early career scholars seem to be investing their time and energy writing a lot for the wrong kinds of publications.

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Career Crossroads

January 17, 2020

While securing a faculty position is not impossible, many of the advantages of such a position can be found in more attainable careers.

Children at a vaccinations clinic near Sululta, Ethiopia, May 2012. Photograph by Yasmin Abubeker/DFID,  CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia commons.

Keep it simple

December 19, 2019

We owe a huge debt to our dedicated scientists for life-saving vaccines, but the success story is not resonating with many people.

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Western Diet Risks

December 19, 2019

The public needs to be informed that not just obesity and diabetes but NASH and liver damage are consequences of consuming a Western diet.

Participants and Instructors of the 2019 NMRFAM Introductory Structure Determination Workshop

NMR Training in the Midwest

December 19, 2019

A structured training course on specific scientific techniques can be hard to find; however, a few uncovered gems can still be found.

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