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Becoming more transparent: Collecting and presenting data on biomedical Ph.D. alumni

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@mnitabach The cited taxonomy in https://t.co/G2D50iAA5U tries to address the functions without regard to titles.
RT @resbiom: Very happy to see trainees pushing their institutions to get involved. And this isn’t a resource intensive effort! https://t.c…
RT @resbiom: Very happy to see trainees pushing their institutions to get involved. And this isn’t a resource intensive effort! https://t.c…
RT @resbiom: Very happy to see trainees pushing their institutions to get involved. And this isn’t a resource intensive effort! https://t.c…
Very happy to see trainees pushing their institutions to get involved. And this isn’t a resource intensive effort! https://t.co/INKayMvBj7 https://t.co/A5Kkzmv1rH
RT @ChrisPickett5: If you or your institution has questions, we have answers: https://t.co/0NQ9tWObsR This pub includes a taxonomy of care…
RT @ChrisPickett5: If you or your institution has questions, we have answers: https://t.co/0NQ9tWObsR This pub includes a taxonomy of care…
RT @ChrisPickett5: If you or your institution has questions, we have answers: https://t.co/0NQ9tWObsR This pub includes a taxonomy of care…
RT @ChrisPickett5: If you or your institution has questions, we have answers: https://t.co/0NQ9tWObsR This pub includes a taxonomy of care…
RT @ChrisPickett5: If you or your institution has questions, we have answers: https://t.co/0NQ9tWObsR This pub includes a taxonomy of care…
RT @ChrisPickett5: If you or your institution has questions, we have answers: https://t.co/0NQ9tWObsR This pub includes a taxonomy of care…
RT @ChrisPickett5: If you or your institution has questions, we have answers: https://t.co/0NQ9tWObsR This pub includes a taxonomy of care…
RT @ChrisPickett5: If you or your institution has questions, we have answers: https://t.co/0NQ9tWObsR This pub includes a taxonomy of care…
If you or your institution has questions, we have answers: https://t.co/0NQ9tWObsR This pub includes a taxonomy of careers agreed on by multiple groups including @NIHBEST, Next Gen Life Sciences Coalition (https://t.co/qWiZBDDXvE) and others. https://t.co/oJASK6gWSn
Set of methods developed for universities to track career outcomes of their biomedical Ph.D. alumni https://t.co/Mt1SCADTdK
177 days ago
RT @resbiom: @NatureNews @nature @NIHBEST @AAUniversities See the outcome of this meeting in preprint of our white paper: https://t.co/INKa…
RT @resbiom: @NatureNews @nature @NIHBEST @AAUniversities See the outcome of this meeting in preprint of our white paper: https://t.co/INKa…
@NatureNews @nature @NIHBEST @AAUniversities See the outcome of this meeting in preprint of our white paper: https://t.co/INKayMvBj7 also our website: https://t.co/414P3SZdhG 3/3
177 days ago
Becoming more transparent: Collecting and presenting data on biomedical Ph.D. alumni https://t.co/i6cyWDu5Rw
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Supplemental Information

Data collection and career taxonomy spreadsheet

DOI: 10.7287/peerj.preprints.3370v1/supp-1

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Competing Interests

Christopher L Pickett and Shirley Tilghman are the director and chair, respectively, of Rescuing Biomedical Research--an independent organization run from Princeton University.

Author Contributions

Christopher L Pickett wrote the paper, prepared figures and/or tables, reviewed drafts of the paper.

Shirley Tilghman wrote the paper, prepared figures and/or tables, reviewed drafts of the paper.

Data Deposition

The following information was supplied regarding data availability:

The research in this article did not generate any data or code (please explain).

Funding

This work was supported by the Open Philanthropy Project and the Rita Allen Foundation. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.


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