Guest post by Tânia Reis, Chair of GSA’s Conference Childcare Committee, on barriers to conference participation and how we can address them. I’m a Scientist....


A member of GSA’s Conference Childcare Committee presents an overview of childcare resources available at scientific conferences. Guest post by Madhumala K. Sadanandappa. Recently, I...


Guest post by Irini Topalidou. This year’s Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine honored the discovery of a major breakthrough in cancer treatment: immunotherapy. At...


Guest post by Andreas Prokop. This blog post was originally published as an article in Open Access Government (Prokop, 2018b) to advocate for the importance...


Guest post by Nina Wolff pays tribute to long-standing GSA member Margaret Lieb. Margaret (Peggy) Lieb died on March 8, 2018 in South Pasadena, California...


Guest post by Thomas Kaufman in memory of Kathy Matthews. The original Drosophila Stock Center was housed at Cal Tech in Pasadena and was established...


Guest post by Faten Taki.  Leaving work late the other night, I crossed paths with a tearful postdoc colleague. The encounter left a scar in...


Guest post by Rory Flinn, PhD There are many career paths for PhDs that don’t require a postdoc, including some faculty positions in certain disciplines. When...


Guest post by Adriana Bankston and Sonia Hall Postdocs often lack the professional development opportunities they need. Many stakeholders are working to address this critical...


GSA-Art: Adi Salzberg

January 27, 2017

GSA-Art features the creative works of scientists, particularly geneticists. Read more about the series from GSA President Stan Fields. If you would like to submit your own work or...