Young Science Scholars Try Out Consulting As a Professional Plan B

Scientists trust numbers. And the employment numbers for graduate students seeking academic jobs in many fields aren’t encouraging. So life-sciences doctoral students at Washington University in St. Louis started a nonprofit consulting firm aimed at providing industry experience to graduate students looking for a professional Plan B.

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Study sheds light on asthma and respiratory viruses

The work, at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, suggests that a fundamental antiviral defense mechanism is intact in asthma. This means that another aspect of the immune system must explain the difficulty people with asthma have when they encounter respiratory viruses.

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Rock-paper-scissors games maintain cooperation and diversity in bacteria

Evolution, Ecology and Population Biology more

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A Continued Role for Self-pMHC throughout the Life of a CD4 T Cell: Contributions in the Thymus and Periphery

Thesis Examination more

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7th Annual Rosalind Kornfeld Lectureship for Distinguished Women in Science

Hematology Division more

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Crossing the nuclear boundary to establish postsynaptic compartments

McDonnell Center for Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology more

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