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500 Queer Scientists

When I heard the first time about 500 Queer Scientists (@QueerSci, #QueerSTEM) I thought for myself ‘Why do we need to support STEM scientists based on their sexual orientation?’. This is how ignorant and clumsy I am. We got sensitized … Continue reading

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Knowing what I know now: The carnival

Ever since I posted some retrospective advice for grad school last month and Scicurious proposed a Carnival of Advice, folks have been sending in reflections on their previous career stage. The result is exactly what I’d hoped for — a … Continue reading

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Knowing what I know now: Grad school (Katie Lotterhos)

Katie Lotterhos completed her PhD in 2011 at Florida State University, and is currently a post-doc with Mike Whitlock at the University of British Columbia. She studies marine ecology, population genetics, and statistical genomics. If you have advice for yourself … Continue reading

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Knowing what I know now: Grad school (Sean Hoban)

Sean Hoban is a postdoc at the University of Ferrara, Italy, where he develops software and evaluates methods for conservation genetics, with Oscar Gaggiotti and Giorgio Bertorelle.  Their user-friendly software for choosing the appropriate number of markers and samples for a … Continue reading

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Knowing what I know now: Grad school (Aleeza Gerstein)

Here’s a new contribution to our upcoming Knowing what I know now carnival, from Aleeza Gerstein, who recently completed her PhD with Sally Otto at the University of British Columbia. She is currently splitting her time between Tel Aviv and … Continue reading

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Knowing what I know now: Let’s make it a carnival!

So, not long after I posted my advice for grad school, and said I hoped that we’d ultimately collect similar posts from a whole bunch of people, Scicurious e-mailed to point out that there’s a thing we do in the … Continue reading

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