I’ve always struggled with test taking, from taking science courses in college, to the MCAT, and now in medical school. I used to have the issue of overthinking questions, second-guessing myself, and changing my answer from the right to wrong answer as a result. Even when I do feel confident about my knowledge base and […]
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 […]