How PIs Read The Primary Literature

July 1, 2010

(1) Read interesting paper title in e-mailed table of contents.

(2) Forward link to most appropriate trainee for subject matter of paper.

(3) Wait several days.

(4) Buttonhole trainee and ask for explanation of paper.

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4 Responses to “How PIs Read The Primary Literature”


  1. Hahahaaha! So freakin true.

    Happy mother lovin’ Canada Day, PP!

  2. GMP Says:

    :))

    Very true!

  3. bayman Says:

    Lazy fuckers.

  4. DrugMonkey Says:

    Shhhhh!


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