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by Susan Lankford, Ph.D.

Our brains are hardwired to assess others from the moment we see them (friend? foe? trustworthy? competent? sloppy? intelligent? capable?).  These first impressions- made in the first seven seconds- are heavily influenced by nonverbal cues. 

Professional image consultant Kate Leser opened Monday’s Jobs Network session with tips on how

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by Deborah De
Renowned regenerative medicine pioneer Anthony Atala, M.D., speaks to Regenerative Medicine Essentials, one of the NCBiotech-funded events, in Winston-Salem. -- Photo courtesy of Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
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by By Mark J. Feldsteiend, Ph.D. and Ryan P. O'Quinn, Ph.D, NCBiotech Guest Bloggers

Mark J. Feldstein, Ph.D.

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by Daina Zeng, Ph.D.
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By Daina Zeng, Ph.D., NCBiotech Guest Blogger


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by Cynthia Sollod, Ph.D.
Mimi Shankin, AVANT Group, LLC
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by Susan Lankford
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by Jim Shamp

As we weigh the GSK layoff announcement, let’s be glad for what we have and celebrate what’s to come. Sure, things will never be the same. But the fact is, they never were anyway.

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by Carol Long

By Carol Long, CDL Communications, NCBiotech Guest Blogger

Attendees at the In Silico Drug Discovery Conference gathered December 3 and 4, 2014 at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.

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