Who’s Hiring? 7 Organizations Serving U.S. Veterans

Those engaged in military service dedicate their lives to serving their country, which can sometimes come at a great cost. In fact, due to their experiences, veterans are more vulnerable to experiencing homelessness, physical and mental health issues, and substance …

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A Robot That, Really, Can’t Do Much (Yet)

Wanjin Li, SEAS ’25, Vernon Hills, IL

Nanorobotics.

What a fancy buzzword that would incite many to imagine a miniscule yet extremely powerful device that can achieve so much not despite its size, but with the added strength of the …

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My Phenomenal Summer in Philadelphia

Jerry Cai, COL’24, Chapel Hill, NC

Scrolling through Instagram, I saw friends all dive into internship experiences all over the world. Some were busy cranking out financial models in New York, while others academically immersed themselves in beautiful Madrid. Compared …

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Assistant to Co-Author: Research in ALS and Cognitive Reserve

Sebleh Alfa, COL’23, Philadelphia, PA

As an undergraduate Psychology major, there is one thing that every advisor stresses almost tirelessly: research. It is almost every Psych students’ goal to have substantial research experience under their belt to eventually pursue higher …

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SOS: Summer of Science

Harley Haas, COL ’24, Sarasota, FL

This summer I had the opportunity to continue my research in the Eisch Lab at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia under the guidance of Dr. Sanghee Yun and Dr. Amelia Eisch. After years of …

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Clinical Research in the Brain

Emily Zhang, COL’25, Charlotte, North Carolina

My name is Emily Zhang and I am a rising sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania. I am majoring in Neuroscience, with a minor in Healthcare Management and Chemistry. This summer, I worked under …

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The Power of Structural Biology

Sagar Gupta, COL ’24, Bakersfield, CA

This summer, I continued working in the molecular immunology lab I joined in my freshman year. My experience working in Dr. Nikolaos Sgourakis’s lab at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has been incredibly fulfilling …

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Top 5 Career Mistakes Healthcare Providers Make and How to Avoid Them

Healthcare professionals are dedicated to providing the best possible care for their patients. Even the most skilled and well-intentioned professionals, however, can make career mistakes that may hinder their growth, impact their job satisfaction, or even end their medical careers. 

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The Importance of Continuous Learning and Professional Development for Career Advancement

Most professionals pursue continuous learning and professional development at least once a year.

According to a 2016 Pew Research Center study (the most recent data available), 63 percent of employed professionals sought out education related to their profession in the …

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Extra-cellular Vesicles, an Overlooked Factor

Ian Mills, COL ’24, Hershey, PA

            This summer I had the opportunity to conduct research in Werth Lab on extracellular vesicles(EVs) and their effect on the immune system. Werth lab primarily focuses on research relevant to the treatment of …

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