“Never be afraid of failure because failure is a part of success”
Kah Yong Goh studies the role of mitochondria within the heart and is charting his own path to an exciting independent career in biomedical research. Originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Kah Yong came to the United States over ten years ago to pursue higher education at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud Minnesota. After graduating from college, he worked as a research technician at the University of Iowa for two years, within an immunology lab. During this time his interest in becoming an independent investigator was sparked. (more…)
The American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) researchers conduct science very well, but our true passion is rooted in our dedication to uplift and support the next generation of pathology leaders. Each year at our annual meeting, we focus exclusively on programming geared to provide trainees with cutting edge tools and resources. At this year’s conference in Chicago, we continued this tradition with a key focus on personal branding. (more…)
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Chad M. Walesky, PhD, is an early career scientist leading the way in determining the complex pathology of liver cancer (Cholangiocarcinoma). (more…)
Official launch at Experimental Biology 2017 in Chicago, IL.
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You’ve put in the hard work, and now it’s time to write your paper. Now what?! A good plan of attack will make the process much easier and less stressful. Here are 11 steps to help you stay organized…
11 Steps to Structuring a Scientific Paper Editors Will Take Seriously
A recent investigation finds that an alarming number of “academic” journals offered a completely fake scientist a position on their editorial boards. Read the article, published in Nature, in which the authors describe their sting and give further information on avoiding predatory journals.
Predatory Journals Recruit Fake Editor
Finding time to write can be difficult. As a young scientist, one can be constantly bombarded with experiments, classes, meetings… The list goes on and on. It can seem as if writing gets pushed further and further back in the “To Do List”. Developing a strategy early in one’s career to stay on top of writing projects can be extremely important. One thought is to try “the 1-hour workday”:
The 1-hour Workday