CIDD Journal Club

Given the results from the doodle poll, CIDD Journal Club will meet at 4:30 PM on Mondays.  Our default location will be W-230 MSC.

If you are interested in presenting at a specific journal club, please sign up here.  Please respect other people’s entries on the spreadsheet.  When most of the slots have filled, I will close the sheet, although people are still welcome to contact me directly for a slot.

If you sign up to present at journal club, you have the option to change the location.  While W-230 MSC is reserved for us all semester, most people would not be opposed to walking downtown to talk over coffee or beer.  This is especially true for papers, as they’re easier to move than computers.  Journal club is limited to graduate students and post-docs, so don’t let any sense of propriety keep you from doing what you want to do.

If you sign up for a topic, please provide any relevant reference materials for people to read and examine around a week before you present.  A great way to do this is by posting a teaser for your journal club on this website and including links, although an e-mail to CIDD Grads in general with attachments would certainly not go amiss.

I’m also interested in hearing what people want from journal club.  Please fill out this poll with your preferences .  If you have feelings about journal club that you feel aren’t adequately encapsulated on that survey, feel free to leave a comment on this post.

About amalienot

I'm a graduate student studying disease ecology and disease management at Pennsylvania State University. In my free time, I game, drink (beer and coffee), make bread, and get angry about things.
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