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February 8, 2020

I recently sat down with Cesar de la Fuente, a newly appointed Assistant Professor in the Departments of Microbiology, Psychiatry, and Bioengineering. Cesar leads a diverse group interested in using multiple approaches, including in-silico models and synthetic biology, to address global health challenges. Below is a paraphrased transcript of our discussion regarding his time at Penn, goals for the future, and advice for current trainees.

JG: Could you describe some of the projects in your lab

CF: Our main goal is to develop new molecular tools and medicines using computers. We are currently focusing on developing new antibiotics to help address the global h...

November 19, 2019

I recently sat down with Dr. Will Bailis from the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. A relatively new faculty member and alum of our very own Immunology Graduate Group. I had a few questions that needed answering.

Q: Take me through your academic timeline

I grew up on the Mainline right outside of Philadelphia and attended Vassar College, where I was originally interested in studying history and foreign policy. Eventually, after not getting into some of the summer positions I wanted, I sent out tons of emails to labs at the major schools in Philadelphia and the only person to respond was Dr. Susan Ross at Penn. I ended up working in her lab fo...

August 23, 2016

There is a noticeable trend in recent times of science graduates pursuing alternative careers in science, to an extent where one might question ascribing the term “alternative” to these career paths. It was thus a rejuvenating experience to chat with Jessica Bryant, who followed her love for scientific research by pursuing the “traditional” career path of a post-doctoral researcher in academia. Jessica was a former GGR student in Dr. Shelley Berger’s lab. She graduated with her Ph.D. in 2014, after which she began a post-doctoral fellowship at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, France.

Jessica has harbored dreams of having her own lab and pursuing her own sci...

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