Learning how to be a researcher takes dedication, advises F. Xavier Castellanos.
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Alan F. Schatzberg describes distribution and review difficulties associated with a tight funding climate.
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Mark S. Bauer talks about what will sustain you over the long haul.
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In the grantwriting game, ego bruising is par for the course, notes David Klahr.
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Realize that senior researchers have had stumbling blocks as well, says Andrea Fagiolini.
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Robert C. Pianta offers some advice on looking at the big picture when it comes to your career and research.
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Philip A. Fisher talks about being persistent in order to meet your career and research goals.
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William A. Vega has encouraging words for researchers about handling rejection.
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Pursuing synergistic research and clinical work took time, recalls David A. Axelson.
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Ruth M. O'Hara talks about learning to deal with summary sheets and other reviews.
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Darrell P. Wheeler suggests that locating a confidant is vital for young researchers.
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John A. Ovretveit maintains that focus, discipline, and an organized approach helped him achieve success as a researcher.
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Be something that people need, suggests Laura Weiss Roberts, to support the path to what you need to do.
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Persistence is the key to finding and retaining successful mentors, says Nalini Negi.
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An anecdote from John B. Reid about his first grant.
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Husseini K. Manji tells early researchers not to get discouraged when there are setbacks.
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Kiki D. Chang offers advice on making a life in academia as productive and enjoyable as possible.
John Landsverk talks about getting a disappointing review from NIH.
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Success requires being able to respond to obstacles, says James P. Comer.
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John Landsverk talks about when he had 6 proposals rejected.
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Barbara H. Fiese suggests that new professors make their departments aware of the nature of their research.
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Enjoy what you do and work hard, advises Boris Birmaher.
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Determination is vital for academic success, says Peter Salovey.
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Alan F. Schatzberg believes adaptability is key for having a successful research career.
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Commitment and perseverance are essential for career development states Robert A. Sweet.
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Hortensia Amaro offers hope for students who face setbacks.
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Megan R. Gunnar offers strategies for maintaining a research career when funding is scarce.
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Mark A. Frye talks about his persistence when submitting a grant.
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Enthusiasm, perseverance, and staying informed are three vital characteristics of a successful researcher, says Ihsan M. Salloum.
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John Landsverk shows that even disparate interests can merge on the career path
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Robert A. Sweet advises staying the course even when your career seems to be moving slowly.
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