Trainees & Young Investigators
Circulation Research recently launched a set new features targeted at students, post-doctoral fellows, and junior faculty members who are just starting their careers in science:
Meet the First Author page, which highlight the first authors of original research articles. Since many first authors are students or post-doctoral fellows, this page will be an important forum for highlighting trainees. [Editorial]
Trainee and Young Investigator Corner, where junior researchers will have an opportunity to write about personal experiences and/or topics of broad interest.
Trainees in the Spotlight, which profile trainees who have distinguished themselves by virtue of their work performance, potential for growth, personal qualities or attributes, or other factors deemed important by their mentors. [Editorial]
Promising Young Investigators, which highlight outstanding early-career scientists who are on an unmistakably upward trajectory that promises to continue, so that one day they may become leaders in their field. [Editorial]
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Trainees in the Spotlight
Interviews by Pam Goldberg Smith
Trainee and Young Investigator Corner
The Challenge of Mentorship
Sarah M. Schumacher
I’ll Take My Science Spicy, Please
Kathleen M. Broughton
Promising Young Investigators
Letters to a Young Investigator
How to Write a Successful Grant Application and Research Paper
Circ Res. 2014;114:1231-1234.
How to Get a K Award: It Is Not Just About the Science
Maria I. Kontaridis
Circ Res. 2014;114:941-943.
Blind Dates in Sciences: Dealing With Rejection in Peer Review
Circ Res. 2014;114:944-946.