NYC Science Communication Newsletter March 2017
By Zhaohui Yang
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- “#Distractinglysexy”, A Year Later by Julija Hmeliak, February 24, 2017
- The Bacterium and the Worm: a New Model for Studying How Microbes Affect Disease by Monika Buczek, January 27, 2017
- Top 8 in Cancer Genomics, 2016 by Julija Hmeljak, January 20, 2017
- Insider Perspectives on the World of Medical Communications: A Career Panel Summary by Melissa A. Deri, PhD, January 13, 2017
- Thriving and Volunteering at the American Medical Writers Association by Yue Liu, September 27, 2016
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Other contributors: Yoko Bian, Tristan Fehr, and Yue Liu