The most recent survey from the Council of Graduate Schools found enrollment for international graduate students still on the rise. Data from fall 2015 show… Read More »International Students Offer Unique Perspectives on Graduate School
Dustin Green is a postdoctoral fellow in neuroscience with an interest in bringing the findings of basic research to a wider audience
During the final month of 2015, Congress passed a $1.1 trillion federal spending bill that would keep the government fiscally solvent into September 2016. Along with… Read More »Recent NIH Funding and Moonshot Initiatives: Are they They Helping or Hindering?
It was a long-held belief that, after graduate school, newly conferred doctors would seek out postdoctoral openings in labs where they could focus on furthering… Read More »Postdocs Seek Alternative Careers as Funding Declines
Although it is pivotal for a successful academic career, instructing young grad students and postdocs in grant writing is an often missing training component. Fortunately,… Read More »Five Tips for Applying for NIH Training Fellowships
“Starting in a new lab has always been difficult for me.” As a new Johns Hopkins graduate student, James Meixiong, or Jimmy to his friends,… Read More »Choosing a Thesis Lab: Considerations from a New Graduate Student
Liang Han is undergoing a transition. As a postdoctoral researcher in the lab of Xinzhong Dong, she is preparing for a major career move to… Read More »Johns Hopkins Postdoc Wins Grant to Study the Science Behind the Itch