Consider Yourself One of the Family
Laboratory medicine has a unique and precious attribute – its warm collegiality
Michael Schubert | | Opinion
As a science communicator, I love introducing new people to the things I do and the fields I study. That’s true at any level – teaching schoolchildren about DNA, diagramming the components of the cell for aspiring artists, or showing doctoral students just how broad and how fascinating pathology and laboratory medicine can be. Recently, I attended a science fiction convention to talk about how the human body has evolved over time; I gave a talk on science and medical writing to a group of postgraduate communications students; and I hosted a workshop on scientific and medical realism for novelists.
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