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Lost in Translation?

Kristen Garner, a Ph.D. student in Dartmouth's pharmacology and toxicology graduate program, describes in this issue's Student Notebook section the process of learning to write about science for general readers. It was a lot harder than she thought it would be, but continued feedback, including as one of Dartmouth Medicine's editorial interns, has helped her get better and better. For more about Garner, click here. And for more on the magazine's editorial internship, click here.

Here are the articles Garner has written for Dartmouth Medicine:

Hedgehog pathway presents many puzzles

Female reproductive tract plays defense

Can "chemobrain" be mitigated?

Protein paper is picked from pack

Play, even without pay, for tobacco

Simulators can improve sedation safety

New students: 210 matriculants in 8 programs

Chimeric cell shows promise against tumors

Once-obscure enzyme is now a hot property

New doctoral program looks to promote the bench-to-bedside link

Deep impact in the brain

See all for this issue

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