2018 has been a prosperous year for federal funding of science research, with spending expected to see its largest increase in more than a decade. It has also been great for Emory Science Advocacy Network (EScAN), a graduate student organization with an aim of communicating and advocating for the importance of scientific research funding.Read More
In recognition of Dr. Keith Wilkinson’s contributions to the quality of graduate education
Success in graduate school can no longer be placed on the resulting job and career path since so many do not even hold academia as a goal.
In this issue we were able to catch up with five GDBBS students who exuded excellence in their graduate school experience, and showcase the diversity of talent within our programs. These students offer a perspective of their journey through grad school.
“All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree. All these aspirations are directed toward ennobling man’s life, lifting it from the sphere of mere physical existence and leading the individual towards freedom.” These words, penned by Albert Einstein in 1937, assert the idea that science and art are intertwined and enlightening.
I’d like to tell you my story about how I found myself on a project dedicated to helping families who have a child diagnosed with 3q29 deletion.
From an intriguing start in poultry science to attending Emory for his Ph.D in Cell and Developmental Biology, Dr. Machaca is continuing his successful career in biology…
2018 has been a prosperous year for federal funding of science research, with spending expected to see its largest increase in more than a decade. It has also been great for Emory Science Advocacy Network (EScAN), a graduate student organization with an aim of communicating and advocating for the importance of scientific research funding.
The DSAC symposium celebrated its fifteenth anniversary on January 23rd of this year. Students had the opportunity to present their research as an oral or poster presentation, as well as being able to submit beautifully captured scientific images.
“Are you going to the banquet tonight,” friends asked each other in laboratory hallways between rushed experiments. There was a hard out on April 18, with all pippetting or imaging coming to a halt, in time for the party.