Why Volunteerism Is an Important Part of My Life

Sometimes, we forget that science is not just an individual quest. It is much more. It involves a whole community of people.

That’s why volunteering, which can include mentoring, serving on committees in organizations and in professional societies, and conducting advocacy and outreach, for example, has been such an important part of my life.

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Sam David
Samuel David is a professor in neurology and neurosurgery at McGill University.

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