Sci on the Fly

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Man spraying mosquitoes
By Sci on the Fly Editors  |  October 26, 2016

Concluding our exploration of the Zika virus, this podcast examines different strategies and polices learned from other infectious diseases to address a potential Zika epidemic.

By Emily Monosson  |  October 01, 2016

"Dear List, does anyone have access to this article?"

VP Biden's Cancer Moonshot program
By Judy Keen  |  September 12, 2016


Mosquito image
By Sci on the Fly Editors  |  August 19, 2016

In this episode, Dr. Bruce Lee (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health) and fellows discuss the Zika virus and the Olympic games.

Image of someone holding a map.
By The Mentorship and Fellows over F**ty Affinity Groups  |  August 03, 2016

At some point during your fellowship, you might consider getting hired as a "fed." The Mentoring and Fellows over F**ty affinity groups organized “USAJOBS Insights,” in which alumni fellows discussed strategies to maximize chances for success. In this blog, posted by Pamela Collins, an anonymous current fellow summarizes key recommendations from the discussion.


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