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Courtney Chandler
Jan. 14, 2022
After covering industry careers for more than two years, columnist Courtney Chandler is taking up a new beat. But here is some parting advice about informational interviews.
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Looking back at 2021
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Looking back at 2021

Dec. 10, 2021

"Every interviewee said something that surprised or stuck with me," our industry careers columnist writes. "I wanted to share those thoughts and recap what I’ve learned this year."

Why you can't find cheap at-home COVID tests
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Why you can't find cheap at-home COVID tests

Dec. 5, 2021

Experts say the paucity of tests and their high prices undermine efforts in the U.S. to return to normal life.

‘With protein biochemistry … you can survive anywhere.’
Interview

‘With protein biochemistry … you can survive anywhere.’

Nov. 12, 2021

After his father had a stroke, Manjunath Goolyam Basavaraj decided to study blood clotting — research with a personal connection.

Biotechnology greed is prolonging the pandemic. It’s inexcusable.
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Biotechnology greed is prolonging the pandemic. It’s inexcusable.

Oct. 30, 2021

In the debate over vaccine patents, a flawed logic is being used to justify putting profits above saving lives.

Meet Amit Srivastava
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Meet Amit Srivastava

Oct. 29, 2021

The Pfizer vaccine scientist has worked in academia, the nonprofit world and industry.

On-the-bench training
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On-the-bench training

Oct. 20, 2021

Apprenticeships offer pathways into biotechnology for a growing number of students. How does the training model work, why are policymakers excited about it, and who wants to be an apprentice?

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‘I could not ask for more’

“In the end, I would say it was not a challenge but an honor that after so much hard work we were able to develop a vaccine that works to treat patients.”
‘I could not ask for more’

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‘It’s taken a lot of moves and reevaluations’
Interview

‘It’s taken a lot of moves and reevaluations’

Oct. 15, 2021

“A lot of my career has been like, ‘All right, what’s my next step?’ In the last 10 years, the longest I’ve stayed in one position was three years. … I think that’s getting more and more common.”

Applying your experience as a field application scientist
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Applying your experience as a field application scientist

Sept. 24, 2021

Our industry careers columnist talked with Dominique Gales–Badea at Terumo Blood and Cell Technologies about her professional journey.

Nautilus founder unspirals a new approach to proteomics
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Nautilus founder unspirals a new approach to proteomics

Sept. 21, 2021

Parag Mallick may be trying to launch a competing proteomics technique, but you won’t catch him badmouthing mass spectrometers.

A turbulent industry: 5 questions with Paul Wright
Interview

A turbulent industry: 5 questions with Paul Wright

Sept. 10, 2021

Paul Wright, a chemist whose 28-year career in the pharmaceutical industry spanned many types of roles and companies, shares what he learned along the way with ASBMB Today.

“Very, very luckily for me, this project is going well.”
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“Very, very luckily for me, this project is going well.”

Aug. 13, 2021

Glycobiologist Vijayakanth Pagadala wasn’t looking for a career in biotechnology, but he’s glad to have found one.

What we’ve learned about careers in industry
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What we’ve learned about careers in industry

Aug. 6, 2021

Industry careers columnist Courtney Chandler and staff writer Laurel Oldach team up to offer advice for job seekers.

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