Translate Your Training
By Margaret Burns and Gabriela Goldberg
Translate Your TrainingMar 30, 2021
Science Policy: Impacting Society Through Research Funding
In the first season finale of Translate Your Training, Jackie tells us how she went from the lab to the nation’s capital.
Industry Scientist: Developing Cures for the Clinic
In this episode of Translate Your Training, Grace helps clear up the misconceptions of working in a large pharmaceutical company as an industry scientist.
Teaching Professor: Academia Without the Grant Writing
In this episode of Translate Your Training, Ashley describes how she uses her training from her PhD to juggle her responsibilities as a teaching professor.
Biotech Public Relations: Communicating Innovation
In this episode of Translate Your Training, Jessica walks us through her science journey—from being a medical translator for her mother to starting her own public relations company.
Science Media Host: Going Down Rabbit Holes for a Living
In this episode of Translate Your Training, Sam talks to us about how she discovered science communication, the late nights during her PhD when she freelanced, and her current position as a science host for ACS.
Start-Up Biotech: Wearing Many Hats With the Right People
In this episode of Translate Your Training, Adam talks to us about the importance of finding your right fit in your career, no matter the job title.
Technical Advisor: Science Interpreter for Lawyers
In this episode of Translate Your Training, Ben took time out of his busy schedule to talk to us about his journey from the bench to his dual life as a law student and technical advisor.
Field Application Scientist: The Traveling Professor
In this episode of Translate Your Training, Alli talks to us about her journey from the bench, to the seminar room for a free bagel, to her current position as a Field Application Scientist at a genomics company.
Have you ever asked yourself if the work you're doing in the lab during your PhD will be applicable to a career outside of academia? What about if you're even qualified to do anything outside of research?
Join us every week as we seek answers to these questions from scientists in various stages of their careers.