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After the first year in the MCB program, it’s easy to lose touch. With your classmates. With sanity. You find yourself humming the Bio-Rad PCR song in your sleep. You realize that your favorite model organism has become your very best friend. You yearn for the bygone Wednesday afternoons of stimulating conversation and fiery debates in lit review. You wonder whatever happened to that beer-pong star you met at the recruitment party so many years ago. It makes you sad. You cry into your agarose.
Is there hope yet for you?
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Dear 10th Year Grad Student:
I really want to rotate in Dr. Feelgood’s lab, and at the retreat I saw 5 other people talking to him, what should I do?
If it’s convenient, find a few minutes to chat with Dr. Feelgood, and ask to meet once you’re back from the retreat. Use the one-on-one meeting to ask more about his research, the lab, and whether he’s taking rotation students. Even though everyone was talking him up at the retreat, you may be one of the first to actually ask to rotate. …