Matthew Hirschey is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology & Cancer Biology at Duke University. He gives a pop-up talk on how to become a scientist for Shane Parrish’s Farnam Street School
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As a graduate student in Chemistry, the ‘oral exam’ in the second year was the most daunting academic hurdle to clear. It consisted of two, back-to-back exams that if passed, you were allowed to stay in the program; fail, and you pack your bags. Needless to say, it was feared and respected. The first exam was a written document of an original, fresh idea unrelated to your research detailing an experimental plan and strong rationale — a Herculean task for a young student