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Picking Lab Rotations: Dating in Graduate School

Picking Lab Rotations: Dating in Graduate School

Your first year of graduate school will probably consist of taking classes and doing lab rotations, a trial period to assess a lab and its people, while they assess you, to determine if it’s a good match. Rotations are like dating for a long-term relationship but with research and mentors. How many rotations do you do? How do you pick rotation labs? And, how long do you stay? Read more

From Academia to National Labs and Federal Air Force Bases

From Academia to National Labs and Federal Air Force Bases

In this issue of Microbe Mentor, I interview Dr. Bryan Crable. Dr. Crable is a Research Scientist at UES, Inc. in Dayton, OH. UES, Inc. is a subcontractor providing scientific talent to the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. He is currently working on microbial degradation of polyurethane and corrosion of underground fuel storage tanks. ... Read more

Microbiology Career Profiles: Program Director at National Science Foundation with Matthew Kane
 

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