I’m a TT Instructor at Harvard Medical School and a Staff Scientist at BIDMC (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston) working on neuroprotective strategies to target oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease. I love doing research but I also have a realistic view of the challenges involved. On these pages I’ll outline some of my experiences, and hopefully these will be of use to others starting out in medical research.
A key survival strategy when engaged in research is to give your brain a time out now and again, so there’ll also be postings related to other things that interest me. Because really, this site is all about me.
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