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The Jennifer Aniston Neurone or The Grandmother Cell?

She may not be your favourite “friend” but if you know who she is, it is likely you have one. This is a nerve cell in the brain so specific, it probably fired as you read the title of this post. 889 more words


And so it begins...

…what will hopefully be a successful “voyage of discovery to the land of knowledge!”

I’m going to start writing about the stories in science that have really intrigued me, especially in the field of biomedical science. 91 more words


Good News Friday

I’m more or less back to normal programming now and it’s time for another Good News Friday installment.

Let’s start with Israel’s biomedical industry, which never fails to innovate. 1,152 more words

Israel News

Donald Armstrong: For Career Growth, Give Management a Shot

Do I want to take on a management role, or am I happiest in a staff position? Many biomeds will face this question in their careers, especially if they’ve been working in the field for more than five years. 366 more words

Healthcare Technology Management

Good News Friday

It’s been a very exciting week this week, and it’s a great feeling to close the week with another Good News Friday installment.

Besides the actual news of Trump’s speech recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, the timing should be noted too. 1,849 more words

Israel News

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


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