Thinking and Communicating in Health Sciences, June 23
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Join the Emory Global Diabetes Research Center for “Thinking and Communicating in Health Sciences” on June 23, 2021 from 12-1 PM EDT. Their guest speaker, Dr. Otis, is a Professor of English at Emory University. With a BS in Biochemistry, an MA in Neuroscience, a PhD in Comparative Literature, and an MFA in Fiction, she compares the creative thinking of scientific and literary writers. Otis’s research has been supported by MacArthur, Guggenheim, Fulbright, and Humboldt Fellowships. She is the author of the interdisciplinary books Banned Emotions, Rethinking Thought, Müller’s Lab, Networking, Membranes, and Organic Memory, and the novels Clean, Refiner’s Fire, Lacking in Substance, The Tantalus Letters, and The Memory Hive. She has translated Santiago Ramón y Cajal’s Vacation Stories and edited Literature and Science in the Nineteenth Century.
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