I’ve been interested in science, literature, and writing — creative writing especially — since I was young.
Leah Potter talks about how her PhD experience prepared her for a career in medical writing.
When I started my career, I assumed that I would always stay in academia.
Erin Flynt talks about how the skills she developed during her PhD program are integrated in her current role as a medical writer.
When syllabi are already packed with traditional scientific training topics, how can you encourage your department’s faculty to prepare students for a variety of work environments?
Katja Brose, editor of Neuron, explains how she transitioned from research to science publishing.
Kathleen Goss, senior science writer for the University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center, tells how her PhD work helps in her career.
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