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  1. Suzanne Coberly said:

    Ms Doran makes a good point. I work as a pathologist supporting the biotech industry, and need to communicate with many different people, including scientists of many different therapeutic areas. I grew up working class, the first person in my family to go to college, let alone get an advanced degree – learning to explain to my family what I was doing and why it was important has been of great help in my job.

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  2. Suzanne Coberly said:

    Ms Doran makes a good point. I’m a human pathologist supporting translational research in the biotech industry and need to communicate with many different people, including scientists in many therapeutic areas. I grew up working class, the first person in my family to get a BA, let alone an advanced degree. Learning to communicate my work to my family and why it is important has greatly helped my research and also my mentoring.

  3. Suzanne Coberly said:

    Ms Doran makes a good point. I’m a human pathologist supporting translational research in the biotech industry and need to communicate with many different people, including scientists in many therapeutic areas. I grew up working class, the first person in my family to get a BA, let alone an advanced degree. Learning to communicate my work to my family and why it is important has greatly helped my research and also my mentoring.

  4. eric schram said:

    Great Read some fields are definatly better at engaging and or connecting with the end user