Clinical questions have the potential to change practice and should be asked more often. My thoughts on our last article.
“You have no enemies, you say? Alas, my friend, the boast is poor. He who has mingled in the fray of duty that the brave endure, must have made foes. If you have none, small is the work that you have done.”
I had an amazing opportunity to present a case at EBMT Transplant Complication Working Party Meeting in Berlin. I want to share details of this experience with the hopes of helping students and residents with whom we share the same excitement.
Yesterday I presented our work at ASCO Medical Student & Resident Abstract Forum. It was a great experience for me and I am very happy to be a part of this meeting. I learned and enjoyed it a lot.
I am happy to announce that our project will be funded by TUBITAK. This is the second project of mine that will be funded by TUBITAK.
One day I received an e-mail about the 16th Undergraduate Student Caucus and Poster Competition. I was very excited about it. I managed to prepare my research and presented it virtually.
I check my Google Scholar profile regularly. One night I checked it again and boom! There it was. I had one citation.
I had a wonderful opportunity to attend the virtual “From Stem Cell to Human Development” meeting. I wanted to share my thoughts and highlight some of the talks that really excited me.
I had a very busy summer. I just rested for two weeks then the action started. I had the opportunity to be in Ankara University Hematology Department for 6 weeks.