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How I Dealt With a Difficult Project Experience

I recently just finished a huge project in my biomedical innovations class where we had to research, design an emergency room, present, and create two original innovations in the time span of about 2 weeks – let’s just say it was not an easy project to complete. 514 more words

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Robert Sayle: Going with the (Analytics) Flow

Hey biomed! It’s me again, Bob in IT. What are you doing up here in labor and delivery? I’m here troubleshooting a problem the nurses are having with their wireless phones. 679 more words

Healthcare IT

The A-ha Moment: Part III

An old friend texted me, asking a favor. The two-year-old son of one of his law partners was just diagnosed with autism. Would I consider having lunch with the man, share with him our experiences? 1,317 more words

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My takeaways from RSB’s Bioscience Careers Day (14th October 2017)

My Biomed degree is flying by and suddenly I’m a second-year student and being asked endless questions about ‘what next’? Which area of the field I want to go into… placement, intern, postgrad, MSc, PhD, trainee?! 1,090 more words

Biology

Sharing is caring, except I don't care -Leia P.

Chapter 7 went over a few things consisting of genome research, ALS, results from experiments not being able to be reproduced, and how many scientists believe that their very valuable research should not be shared with others. 426 more words

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Getting Started with Biomedical Treatments

For anyone newer to healing with diets and supplements, we recommend this introductory video. It covers recommended dietary modifications as well as some common supplements and treatments applicable to many autoimmune / neurological conditions — not limited to spectrum disorders.

Med School Grads Go to Work for Hedge Funds

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-09-05/med-school-grads-go-to-work-for-hedge-funds

More are starting biotech companies or joining consulting or financial firms instead of practicing—all while the U.S. suffers a shortage of doctors.

Matthew Alkaitis, a third-year student at Harvard Medical School, is calm, friendly, and a good listener—the kind of qualities you’d want in a doctor. 895 more words