Publishing is an integral part of science. An SOT Board of Publications member shares his perspective on how to produce “good science” for publication…and for career satisfaction.
From your undergraduate years through the later stages of your career, getting your research acknowledged, finding good mentors, and increasing your visibility in the scientific community can be difficult.
As a young girl, Latresa Billings, PharmD, BCPS, who is currently a clinical coordinator and residency coordinator at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, watched her grandmother regimentally take pills that were designed to help manage her diabetes.
The 2016 Annual Meeting and ToxExpo held a number of workshops and sessions geared toward an audience of trainees within our society.
This morning, I attended the third annual mentoring breakfast of the SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo. It is certainly an event that is already a tradition during our Annual Meeting, and I have been lucky enough to participate in the event since the creation.