This is a place to discuss words, their meanings, and how they are used in everyday conversations; as well as how we can improve the use of these words. Most stem from conversations (or heated discussions) I have been in with friends and family. It's a lot of fun!
It's not glamorous, it's not exciting, and it's certainly not easy. It's the life of a biomedical graduate student (aka laboratory slave) pursuing a degree in oncology. After 6 to 7 years of hard work, long hours, lots of stress, and proper protein-binding and structural conformation changes, the frazzled, confused, overwhelmed graduate student earns those three little letters and becomes the mad scientist. Welcome to the PhD process.
I used to enjoy lots of activities, like horseback riding, fencing, lacrosse, religiously following the Steelers, playing french horn, studying political science, reading, etc. Now, as an oncology PhD student, all I do is go to class, slave away in the lab (to do list: cure cancer), or sit in the library and study. And from time to time, that leaves me feeling pretty disgruntled.
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