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Ivan J. Santiago, PhD? Nov 6
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Matthew Banghart Oct 28
Attention all future Neuroscience PIs! UCSD will post another faculty search in early Nov for a Neuroscientist, broadly defined; all career levels considered. Keep a look out! Details to follow. This will be an inclusive search. Please RT!
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Efra Rivera-Serrano, PhD Jul 25
I was invited to give a talk in a few weeks on my research, but also on , and could use some help. Q: have you ever experienced microaggressions and/or discrimination in the workplace/institution based on your physical appearance, gender/sex, accent, etc.?
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PhysiologicalSociety Jul 31
"Women are systematically disadvantaged as they seek to develop their careers in science, and this likely accounts for the fact that the overall representation...has stalled at a disappointingly low level" says Kim Barrett
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Joel Encarnación-Rosado Oct 1
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David K Smith Nov 5
A white PI has to submit 3.7 grants to get one funded by UK research councils. An ethnic minority PI has to submit 5.9 just to get one funded. You must read 's thread!!!
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Pooja Swali Jun 20
Amazing opportunity in the Skoglund lab for a lab research scientist! Great if you have recently graduated and looking to gain experience. is really important so please share as wide as poss!
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Emily Dixon Oct 7
This is the last 8 years of laureates in Physiology & Medicine. I do not doubt that their science is worthy of accolades and respect, but it makes for depressing viewing for many demographics in science
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Katie Witkiewitz Sep 29
As incoming editor of Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (), I am very honored to have the opportunity to make an impact by increasing representation of and on my editorial board.
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500QueerScientists Oct 6
Are you going to the conference? 🙌 Would you like to be a part of our symposium? 🙌 ——> DM us and let us know <—— ❤️💜🧡🖤💛💚💙
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Dr Claudia Antolini 🌌🚀 she/her Jul 5
It's ! I want to celebrate all my amazing colleagues in the LGBTQ+ rainbow for the amazing work they do and for queering up the science world 🎨 everything is better with more colours. I look forward to the day that identity won't be a source of hate.
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Sam Giles Sep 5
This is a fantastic and much-needed initiative by . Would be fantastic to see something like this replicated in the UK/Europe
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Adam MacLean Oct 24
Hi new followers (/everyone). Do you thrive on being ill-defined? Looking for an independent position in an environment that cultivates inter- /poly-disciplinary science? I have just the ad for you! ++We are actively engaged in improving our Info/apply 👇
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Prof. Akiko Iwasaki Sep 28
"A person that looks like me is featured on the wall. I felt like I can do it, too!" - a graduate student told me how encouraged she felt when she saw my portrait in the hallway of . Antidote to
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Científico Latino Jul 27
Hey folks!! What is the best way to start learning how to for ? Is there a particularly good resource you’d recommend to undergrad or high school students who want to get started?
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Jamie Maxwell 🇮🇪🏳️‍🌈 Jun 18
Some more deep-sea , this time sponges and a feather-star as requested by
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Jose E Cavazos Nov 13
Recruiting in LA at looking for future ... Here with 6 Spelman College students. UT Health San Antonio. LongSOM.
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EPICparodyEMR Sep 12
Diversity is medicine is important. That's why we support doctors who chart on iPads, laptops, and smart phones- not just desktops.
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Matthew Banghart Nov 4
Neuroscience faculty job seekers, the time is now! Apply to the joint position between and here: . We employ inclusive evaluation criteria so don't be shy!
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The Duchess of Science Nov 7
Today marks the birthday of not one but two fabulous physicists, Lise Meitner was nominated 48 times for a and Marie Curie won it twice, ladies we salute you!
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