I graduated from Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai, India with a medical degree (MBBS) in 2009. I am now working on gonorrhoeae in Daniel Stein Lab at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA for my PhD. Eventually I want to be an infectious disease specialist. I also teach Microbiology for undergraduates at UMD as a teaching assistant. In my spare time, I play soccer and break my back trying to learn skateboarding.

Articles by sentinel_prime:

Time for coffee!: The Easy Way To Collaborate

Some of the greatest ideas in scientific history have involved finding connections between widely separated fields. Take human genome sequencing for example: without the computing expertise required to crunch enormous amounts of data, the project would have never taken off. As we move from an era of specialists to an era of super-specialists, collaboration has…

26 Oct 2011 Dealing with Fellow Scientists