Career Interviews

Career Interview: Carolyn Cain, PhD

Career Interview: Carolyn Cain, PhD

Medical Writer MedLogix Communications ASHG: If you could go back to when you were a trainee, what is one piece of advice you would give yourself for your current career? Dr. Cain: I would encourage myself to read even more. The best writers I know are voracious readers of the scientific literature and of books for... Read More

Career Interview: M. Eileen Dolan, PhD

Career Interview: M. Eileen Dolan, PhD

Professor of Medicine Department of Medicine, University of Chicago ASHG: If you could go back to when you were a trainee, what is one piece of advice you would give yourself for your current career? Dr. Dolan: I would advise myself to spend a significant amount of time reading the literature to have a better... Read More

Career Interview: Chris Gunter, PhD

Career Interview: Chris Gunter, PhD

Associate Director of Research, Marcus Autism Center & Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Associate Professor, Emory School of Medicine ASHG: If you could go back to when you were a trainee, what is one piece of advice you would give yourself for your current career? Dr. Gunter: No one piece of advice would have helped me, so... Read More

Career Interview: Evan Eichler, PhD

Career Interview: Evan Eichler, PhD

Professor and HHMI Investigator Department of Genome Sciences, School of Medicine University of Washington, Seattle, WA ASHG: If you could go back to when you were a trainee, what is one piece of advice you would give yourself for your current career? Dr. Eichler: Find your passion and work hard (realizing the two are inextricably linked).... Read More

Career Interview: Jay Shendure, MD, PhD

Career Interview: Jay Shendure, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Genome Sciences University of Washington ASHG: If you could go back to when you were a trainee, what is one piece of advice you would give yourself for your current career? Dr. Shendure: I’m pretty happy with how things turned out, so I probably wouldn’t advise my younger myself to do anything... Read More

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