- Who knew academics like to give advice?
- — Gina Baucom (@gbaucom)Sun, Feb 26 2017 14:13:23Just wrote up a general & specific lab guide (you know, 4 yrs in the making). In case you are curious... https://docs.google.com/document/d/1y8PYqMymd8koDfJiL6Br85aykjZsBw30TD5J0lfqnhs/edit?usp=sharing …
- On priorities
- — Lis Lowe👩🏼🔬 (@Lis_Lowe)Tue, Feb 28 2017 16:23:54@baym I asked this at recent conference mentoring session - 1. get in the lab (best long term if PI is in for 2 yrs+). 2. stick to project
- — Dr Carly (@MicrobialMe)Wed, Mar 01 2017 00:19:04
- — Lis Lowe👩🏼🔬 (@Lis_Lowe)Tue, Feb 28 2017 16:33:05@baym I think it was from HHMI. Maybe this? http://www.dartmouth.edu/~osp/docs/RunningaLab.pdf …
- — Darren Boehning (@boehninglab)Tue, Feb 28 2017 20:40:06
- — Jake Kushner (@JakeKushnerMD)Wed, Mar 01 2017 02:19:46@baym Spend most of your time pursuing the best science you can think of, not the safest science for funding purposes. Take risk.
- — Ira Blader (@BladerLab)Wed, Mar 01 2017 04:33:09@baym 1. Lead by example. 2. Don't settle for mediocrity. 3. Set expectations and hold people accountable. 4 expect to make mistakes
- — Beronda Montgomery (@BerondaM)Wed, Mar 01 2017 11:36:21Don't let the promise of reward (e.g. tenure) become so impt to you that you morph your vision into one deemed 'worthy' by the reward giver+
- — Naftali Kaminski (@KaminskiMed)Wed, Mar 01 2017 14:31:23
- — Geertje van Keulen (@DrGvanK)Wed, Mar 01 2017 22:56:42
Question about starting a lab
I was feeling out of my depth, so I asked science twitter for help
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