February 2017

Career Interview: Melissa Dalgleish, PhD

Career Interview: Melissa Dalgleish, PhD

Program Coordinator, Research Training Centre Hospital for Sick Children. Monika Schmidt, ASHG: How can trainees get involved in your field while doing research? Dr. Dalgleish: Get involved in organizing professional development programs. At my research institute, the Trainee Career Development Program is almost entirely run by and for students and fellows, while I take an... Read More

Trainee Paper Spotlight: Sureni Mullegama

Trainee Author: Sureni Mullegama, PhD ABMGG Clinical Molecular Genetics Fellow University of California, Los Angeles (Photo courtesy Dr. Mullegama) Sureni Mullegama et al. Clinical and Molecular Aspects of MBD5-Associated Neurocevelopmental Disorder (MAND). European Journal of Human Genetics, 24, 1235-1243, (2016). This review provides a comprehensive description of the current state of research for a group of disorders recently... Read More

Example Post Two

Example Post Two

Take thought leadership with the possibility to disrupt the balance. Create a holistic approach in order to build ROI. Targeting daily standups so that we use best practice. Lead customer journeys to in turn increase viewability. Repurposing brand ambassadors to in turn take this offline.Growing key demographics with a goal to be transparent. Leveraging below... Read More

Interview with Chris Gunter, PhD

ASHG trainee newsletter writer Irene Park interviewed Chris Gunter, PhD, Director of Communications Operations at the Marcus Autism Center and Associate Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Human Genetics at the Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Gunter shared her experiences in bringing science to the public. February 2017 Although science affects many aspects of people’s... Read More

Meet the Trainee Leader, Beryl Cummings, PhD

ASHG trainee newsletter writer Ryan Collins interviewed Beryl Cummings, member of the ASHG Program Committee, 2016 ASHG Charles J. Epstein Predoctoral Award Recipient, and PhD student in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program at Harvard Medical School (HMS). February 2017 ASHG: Can you give us a brief overview of your scientific background? Ms. Cummings: I began my... Read More

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