Monthly Archives: April 2013

#EB2013: Trashing the cystic fibrosis protein

Last year, I turned 30. It’s one of those numbers that often causes humans to pause and think about what we want to accomplish in the next decade of our lives – run a(nother) marathon, travel the world, land an … Continue reading

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#EB2013: The Scientist-Advocate

  Policy needs more science. Science needs more funding. Funding needs limited politically motivated restrictions. These are common refrains among the scientific community, but what do we need to do to get there? On Saturday, the American Physiological Society hosted … Continue reading

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It should have been a beautiful day. Sunny, a little cool, a bit breezy, but on the whole, not bad for spring in Boston. A fantastic day for a run. I worked from home a bit before heading to the … Continue reading

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Coming soon to Beantown

If you’re in the Boston area, check out these upcoming events. Monday, April 15, is the dreaded tax day. But on the bright side, it’s also the date for the next SciO Beantown gathering. The first was a casual & … Continue reading

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When the odds beat you

You know the odds. You see and hear the statistics – over and over and over again. You cannot help but know there’s a very good chance that your vision of the future will fall apart, that you will fail. … Continue reading

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