In today's "publish-or-perish" environment, scientists are often judged and hiring decisions based primarily on a lengthy publication record in high-quality journals. While there is a growing movement toward alternative metrics (i.e., measures of research impact in the mainstream), the reality is that publication records are still used as a primary indicator of research productivity, especially … Continue reading Resources for scientists: manuscript editing services
My latest article “Managing from a Distance” in Lab Manager magazine is now available and focuses on resources for managing science labs and teams remotely. The article features expert advice from lab professionals and links to resources for planning virtual collaborations. Below is an excerpt from the article explaining the need for all lab managers to … Continue reading Managing from a Distance
For an upcoming article, I am seeking interviews with lab managers who have responsibility for managing lab sites remotely. The article on the topic of managing remotely is set to be published in the March 2016 issue of Lab Manager Magazine and will reach an audience of over 44,000 lab professionals. I would like to … Continue reading Interview Request: Managing Labs Remotely
The end of the year is the time that I sit down and plan my giving list to support grassroots science and education initiatives. I hope you will also consider adopting this tradition. Read my article "The giving list: supporting science with annual donations" in the ASBMB Today magazine for ideas on who to include on your list.
You can read my latest career insights article "Beyond the Bench: Taking Your Career to the Next Level" in the October 2014 issue of Lab Manager Magazine. The article features practical advice from three ambitious science professionals on how to keep your career moving forward and upward.