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Brianna Blaser at Science Careers moderated a panel of experts, who discussed the challenges associated with mentoring early-career scientists in a webinar this week. Emil Chuck of George Mason University spoke on behalf of advisers for high school and undergraduate students, Jonathon Jacobs of MedImmune spoke about his firm's mentoring program which tackles "obstacles that are unique in making the transition into industry," and Ruth Pfeiffer at the National Cancer Institute shared her expertise as a mentor for a diverse group of more than a dozen mentees in the past decade.

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