Johns Hopkins University postdoc Surya C. shares insight into the challenges of being an international student and how he hopes to inspire the next generation of scientists.
Ashton Omdahl is a Ph.D. student in the biomedical engineering program. While an engineer on paper, at heart he’s more of a philosopher who loves thinking deeply about great discipline-spanning questions. His writing helps his thinking take shape. When he’s not in the lab, you will probably find him training for his next triathlon — or eating.
Not everyone wants to follow the CDC’s coronavirus guidelines in my home — what should I do? A medical student weighs in.
Graduate students must pass a challenging oral exam to advance in their Ph.D. program. How can they navigate this checkpoint during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Ever wonder what science has to say about the Loch Ness monster? One JHU student uses her computational genomics skills to find some surprising results.
Around the time I started working in my thesis lab, a new postdoc from central Nepal, named Surya, also joined the group. He had just… Read More »From Rural Nepal to the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine: Part 1
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Nearly two months ago, I concluded my fourth Ph.D. lab rotation. Rotations are important components of Ph.D. training. During each rotation, a new student spends… Read More »How to Choose the Right Thesis Lab — Epiphany-free!