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At The Helm: A Laboratory Navigator
Author: Kathy Barker
Manufacturer: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
Keywords: Medical, pharmacological
Rubric: Pharmacy technician review books
Newly appointed principal research investigators have to recruit, motivate, and lead a research team, manage personnel and institutional responsibilities, and compete for funding, while maintaining the outstanding scientific record that got them their position in the first place. Small wonder, then, that many principal investigators feel ill-prepared. In this book, a successor to her best-selling manual for new recruits to experimental science, At the Bench, Kathy Barker provides a guide for newly appointed leaders of research teams, and those who aspire to that role. With extensive use of interviews and a text enlivened with quotes and real-life examples, Dr. Barker discusses a wide range
Book review: Invaluable tool for becoming productive and efficient in your research lab
This is the book all grad students should read because this book discusses the things that you typically don't learn in grad school. The book is meant for new faculty, but anyone interested in I love this book and only wish it was published when I was first starting a faculty position. Definitely a biologist's perspective (and a lab-oriented one at that), but it covers many of the trials
Pharmacy technician review books: Counseling Treatment for Children and Adolescents with DSM-IV-TR Disorders, Clinical Evaluation of Psychotropic Drugs: Principles and Guidelines, Clobetasol: A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, And Annotated Research Guide To Internet References, Yersinia, Pasteurella and Francisella (Contributions to microbiology and immunology)
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