Becoming more resilient can not only help you get through uncertain times but also enhance the quality of your life along the way. A Johns Hopkins psychologist shares his maxims to get through difficult circumstances.
Although the makeup of academia and journal authors is becoming more diverse, the under-citation of women and authors of color is worsening. Here are some tools to check your manuscript.
The long-awaited new year has finally come, and we’re all looking forward to returning to some semblance of normal life pre-COVID-19. Here are a few things to get you excited for the new year.
The prospect of helping patients is what attracted neuroscience graduate student Riley Bannon to the field of research, but this semester brought many humbling reminders that it is all too easy to lose sight of the bigger, human picture in translational research.
The Peer Collective coordinated a physically distanced gingerbread house decorating event to help bring together students this holiday season. Although the video-based social event was different from previous years, it also brought new opportunities for conversation and connection as attendees showed off their pets and decorations.
A new poster format that debuted last year claims to improve communication efficacy at scientific conferences. Stephanie Yang weighs in on her experiences with the format.
Fourth-year medical students forge a path through virtual residency interviews, deciding where they will spend years of their life, often without ever having visited.
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.
Nearing the end of her first semester of medical school, Alisha Dziarski reflects on getting to know Baltimore during the pandemic by exploring cafes around the city.