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Med-Ness-JPM meeting, Epipen and more…..

Hi all, its our second week and co-incidentally this week SciWri turned one. Happy Birthday SciWri and may the members continue to spread the light of wisdom through their blog sections! MedRecap 35th Annual JP Morgan Healthcare Conference (JPMHC17) The annual JPMHC17 took place in San Francisco from Jan9-13. This conference boasts to be one… Keep Reading


ClubSciWri turns one!

Reminiscing the year uno that ClubSciWri has lived through, it is amazing to see how many different voices it has had. Born out of the need to represent the not so widely spoken issues of graduate school system it has not only been an effective platform reaching thousands of PhD students worldwide, it has been… Keep Reading

Reporting from the Lab

Rethink your diet

  The new year is often the time to make lifestyle changes that most commonly include dietary restrictions to stay healthy and happy. It is no surprise, to most of us, that these alterations impact us as well as our gut microbiome – the microbial community associated with the human digestive tract. Several studies have… Keep Reading


The week that it was- 8th Jan to 14th Jan, 2017

The weekend started with the CSG members voting for the kind of topics they would like to hear more about from us at Club SciWri. I believe the list of topics will grow as per the requirements of the group. But for this week we will focus on what and where are the different job… Keep Reading

That Makes Sense

To Bio or Not to Bio

Editor’s note: The members of the Career Support Group (CSG) for STEM PhDs might have fond remembrance of their teen years when it became nerve-wracking to make that choice. I am not referring about the choice of who-to-date but the choice of taking up Science, Commerce or Arts as majors to move-up the livelihood ladder.… Keep Reading


Med-Ness: At the Frontier of Medicine, Healthcare and Pharma Business

This weekly blog will bring the major pharmaceutical and healthcare highlights. We all hate to move from blog to blog, post-to-post and website-to-website. Here, at Med-Ness we understand and value our reader’s time. Along with the major highlights, I will give you my opinion and my take for the week.       Med-Ness is for you… Keep Reading

Face à Face

Face to Face with Dr. Senthil Arumugam

As a part of SciWri’s effort to interview young academicians, scientists, PhDs beyond academia, entrepreneurs, and social scientists to understand their career paths, their interests, and their vision, we interviewed Dr. Senthil Arumugam (SA), group leader at the Single Molecule Science Node of the University of New South Wales, Australia. Senthil talks about his passion… Keep Reading


The week that it was – 1st to 7th Jan, 2017

Welcome back post-holidays, guys. The last week CSG brought us discussions on science and spirituality in light of the 104th Indian Science Congress to understanding the recent trends in research and paths to tread beyond academia. Let’s take a sneak peek into what have kept our members occupied the last week. To postdoc or not… Keep Reading


The week that it was -Dec 24 2016-Dec 31 2016

As we start with the new year, ClubSciWri brings an added dimension. Under the scope of ‘The week that it was’ in ClubSciWri, each Sunday I will bring you a summary with the links to the most interesting/liked/discussed posts made on the CSG forum by the members each week. This is to make it easy… Keep Reading

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