Greetings from Kansas City, Missouri! This is the first time I’ve ever been in the Midwest and I’m excited to be attending the AAFP National Conference (American Academy of Family Physicians) for the first time as well! I’m looking forward to getting away from Richmond, VA for a bit and being able to explore a […]
Is Technology the Enemy of Scientific Progress?
I’m privileged to attend and present at an immunology conference this week on B cells and HIV vaccines, a cause that is surely one of the scientific world’s most important challenges. But as I’ve listened through a few days of incredibly impressive talks, I’ve begun wondering whether the structure of scientific research in the 21st […]
Importance of Networking
As a medical student or a physician, it is important to keep in touch with as many contacts in your field of interest as possible. There are numerous ways of creating acquaintances. Firstly, keep a very good rapport with your faculty. They will be your best start off point to any future job applications, as […]