Keeping Researchers up to regulations- Janaye S.

Chapter 10 was the final chapter of Richard Harris' book, Rigor Mortis. Unlike the rest of the chapters, which discuss the error in biomedical research, "Inventing a Discipline" talks about ways we can improve biomedical research. At the beginning of Chapter 10, Mr. Harris introduces us to Dr. Steve Goodman. Dr. Steve Goodman worked as a... Continue Reading →

The Imprecise Inquiries of Physicians Involved in Precision Medicine- Janaye S.

  Chapter Nine of Richard Harris' book Rigor Mortis  is titled, "The Challenge of Precision Medicine". Right from the takeoff of this invigorating chapter, Mr. Harris once again delivers to us startling information on how another piece of biomedical research as a whole is incorrect or insufficient. He quotes a pathologist (Carolyn Compton) on how... Continue Reading →

Rigor Mortis: Introduction & Chapter 1- Janaye S.

In both the introduction and the first chapter of Richard Harris' book Rigor Mortis, I was surprised to find that medical researchers have been taking shortcuts and giving up on what could have been imperative results and information. At the very beginning of the book, on page one, Richard Harris says," I've...lately come to realize that... Continue Reading →

M.D. in the Making- Janaye S.

Hi! My name is Janaye S. I chose the biomedical pathway because this pathway pertains strongly to the career I have planned and I am interested in science involving human life. I also chose this pathway because I knew I wanted to go into medicine since I was five years old. I spent a lot... Continue Reading →

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