Articles on PhD and early career:
Through the Blood, Sweat and Years

What to do with a PhD:
Possible Careers

Watch These for Stem Cell Science:
Adult Stem Cells and Organoids with Hans Clevers, 2020
Skin Stem Cells: Their biology and promise for regenerative medicine with Elaine Fuchs, 2017

Podcasts I listen to or play in the background:
Science: Stem Cell Podcast, Science, Nature, Nature Biotechnology, Stem-talk, Two Scientists Walk into a Bar, Replaceable You (2008, 3 lectures)
Growth: Working Scientist (NatureCareers), HBR (Harvard Business Review),
Personal Interest: Readout Loud, Best Known Method, The Peter Attia Drive,

Literature, the book kind:
Waisted by Nathan Denton, 2022. Ravenous by Sam Apple
Burn by Herman Pontzer, 2021
Why We Get Sick by Benjamin Bikman, 2020. The Case for Keto by Gary Taubes, Food Fix by Mark Hyman, 2020.
Lifespan by David Sinclair, 2019. Bottle of Lies by Katherine Eban, 2019. Lost Feast by Lenore Newman, 2019. Superior by Angela Saini, 2019
Bad Blood by John Carreyrou, 2018
Inferior by Angela Saini, 2017. Why We Sleep by Mathew Walker, 2017
The Case Against Sugar by Gary Taubes, 2016. The Secret Life of Fat by Sylvia Tara, 2016
Gulp by Mary Roach, 2014
Emperor of all Maladies by Siddhartha Mukherjee, 2010

ISSCR: International Society for Stem Cell Research
AACR: American Association for Cancer Research
ASCB: American Society for Cell Biology
NYAS: New York Academy of Sciences
ACS: American Cancer Society
SDB: Society for Developmental Biology

More Learning
mouse models: from Jax
bioinformatics at home: Github – Harvard bioinformatics