As a continuation of our popular Pathfinder Series, the DMS Bulletin caught up with Connie Chow, Ph.D., an alumna of the DMS Virology Program and the executive director for Science Club for Girls, a non-profit organization providing science enrichment programs to grade school girls. Chow’s involvement…
The Bulletin is pleased to present this piece as the latest edition in our Pathfinders Series, inspired by the DMS Paths program.
Porter Anderson is a microbiologist whose work towards a widely-administered Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccine earned him the Lasker and Pasteur Awards in 1996. Anderson earned a PhD in Bacteriology from Harvard Medical School [...]
For the latest installment of our Pathfinders Series, the DMS Bulletin caught up with Harvard alumna Dr. Valerie Weiss, writer and director of Losing Control, at Dudley House on April 5, 2012 in advance of her latest Cambridge opening….
This article is the third in our Pathfinders Series, inspired by the DMS Paths program.
On a frigid Boston winter afternoon, I had the pleasure of catching up with Forrester Liddle over coffee and interviewing him for the third article of our Pathfinders Series. Liddle graduated from the BBS program in 2005, and is currently an associate [...]
This article is the second in our Pathfinders Series, inspired by the DMS Paths program.
After earning her PhD from the Program in Biological and Biomedical Sciences (BBS) here at Harvard, Melina Fan decided to start a company. That turned out to be a pretty good idea. Addgene is now the most trusted clearinghouse for plasmids; [...]
DMS graduate Dr. Mari Scheiffele talks with the Bulletin about consulting, science, and the job market. Inspired by the newly-initiated DMS PATHS program, this article is the first in a new series aimed at exploring career options for people with graduate degrees.