We Submitted Our Second Manuscript!

“The U.S. academic job market survives the SARS-CoV-2 global pandemic”

Our second paper analyzing the availability of academic positions and the response of applicants early and midway through the pandemic.

4/29 - Sadly (but predictably) our manuscript was rejected from Science. We’re reviewing options for our next submission.

5/31 - Our preprint is up!

Ariangela J. Kozik
Ariangela J. Kozik
Research Investigator

Dr. Kozik is interested in the connections between host, microbiome, and environment in adult asthma. She is engaged in science communication work to make science more accessible to the general public and support the next generation of biomedical investigators.

Amanda Haage
Amanda Haage
Assistant Professor, Biomedical Sciences

Dr. Haage is particularly interested in inclusive and evidence-based teaching practices at all levels, as well as bringing transparency to the faculty job search.