Reviewing Her First Review Article | GenomeWeb

Over at the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology's ASBMB Today, Emily Crawford shares tips for young investigators writing their first literature review articles. As a fifth-year graduate student, Crawford says her article is essentially a "case story with an N of one, but it is the sort of essay I wish had been available to me when I started."

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