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Getting cited to advance your career - Mentorship and Scientific Speculation

Former NIMR Director of Studies Michael Geisow shares his thoughts on citations, mentorship and ensuring impact with your paper.
2 Oct 2021
United Kingdom
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1986: Michael Geisow (left) shows Michael Green the first annexin amino acid sequences
1986: Michael Geisow (left) shows Michael Green the first annexin amino acid sequences

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