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  • Anatomy of a Career Transition: Steven L. Lewis, MD, FAAN

    • Apr 4, 2018

    “If you had told me three or four years ago that I would land in Allentown, I would have been quite surprised,” he says. “It wasn’t on my radar. But I’m very happy here.”

  • Ben Tolchin: One Job Seeker's Perspective on the Job Hunt

    • Jan 5, 2017

    Job search can be full of surprises, as well as ups and downs. For Ben Tolchin, a clinical epilepsy fellow in his last year of training at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, the search for employment has taken some interesting turns. 

  • Interview strategies for the mid-career professional

    • Apr 16, 2016

    For neurology professionals at mid-career (or later), job interviews can be a mixed bag. On the one hand, they’re an opportunity, as always, to present your strengths and learn where you’d fit in an organization, whether that’s a hospital, practice group, or somewhere in private industry.

  • One Doctor's 15-year Perspective on Networking at the Annual Meeting

    • Apr 7, 2015

    For Natalia Rost, MD, FAAN, associate professor of neurology for Harvard Medical School, there’s no place she’d rather be each spring. A veteran of at least 15 Annual Meetings, Dr. Rost first attended as a medical student, urged on by advisors who saw her interest in neurology. Once there, Dr. Rost quickly connected with the newly forming Student Interest Group in Neurology (SIGN) and began affiliations that have lasted her career.