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Myka Ababon

Myka has a PhD in Cell & Developmental Biology from the Rutgers University New Brunswick. Myka is currently the Associate Medical Director of Caudex, Canada. Myka is a highly motivated molecular biologist with excellent writing skills and 10 years’ experience designing and performing experiments in developmental biology and neuroscience research. Myka also has more than 4 years of medical communications experience in a range of therapeutic areas.

Institution : Caudex
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Articles by Myka Ababon

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Why You Should Dedicate Time to Write Detailed Protocols

By Myka Ababon | January 25, 2017

During my first year as a graduate student, one of the earliest pieces of advice that I received from a senior student in the lab was to keep detailed protocols. In fact, she had a folder of her own protocols, all of them extremely detailed and riddled with notes. When she showed me how to…

Three Cool Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do On PubMed

Three Cool Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do On PubMed

By Myka Ababon | November 2, 2016

This article provides interesting insider PubMed tips, including how to use search filters and how to set up automatic search alerts.

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How to be Proactive in Your Career Planning

By Myka Ababon | July 11, 2016

Nowadays, it is no longer absolutely true that applying for a PhD means that you are striving for an academic position in the future. Although a majority of graduate students are certainly still aiming for a career in academia, and will thus benefit from doing a postdoc or two, more and more graduates are pursuing…

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Get that Genotyping PCR to Work EVERY TIME

By Myka Ababon | July 9, 2016

Say you just joined a lab and have been assigned your very own project to work on. As part of your new responsibilities, you have to breed and maintain the mutant (or transgenic) mouse line which you will be using for your experiments. An integral part of mouse genetics experiments is determining the genotype of…

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