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By Amber Dance
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Congratulations to Cigall Kadoch, an assistant professor at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School, on being awarded the 2020 American Association for Cancer Research Award for Outstanding Achievement in Basic Cancer Research.Read more
Addressing imposter fears at any career stage
Sept. 24 | 2 p.m. EDT
Internal feelings of self-doubt and questioning one’s abilities are not uncommon in high-pressure, high-achieving environments like STEM research. Whether established or just starting out in their career, anyone can experience imposter fears, and these fears can be detrimental to one’s well-being if left unchecked. Join scientists from across career stages for a panel discussion on how they recognized their imposter fears and what strategies they employed to overcome them.
Seeing 20/20: Lipids, lipid-soluble molecules and metabolism in the eye
In this special Journal of Lipid Research webinar, three experts highlight topics related to lipids and lipid metabolism in the eye. More
Shaping the Narrative: Effective science communication in the COVID-19 era
A panel discussion about how scientists can use their credibility and critical thinking to cut through the noise and guide the national COVID-19 dialogue. More