Want to blog?

Feeling opinionated? Want to raise your public profile? Become a Vector blogger!

Vector reports and discusses science and innovation in pediatric and adult medicine, from bench to bedside. We examine trends, challenges and advances, touching on scientific, business and policy issues, often drawing on our own experiences. Bloggers from a diversity of backgrounds, inside and outside of Children’s Hospital Boston, are welcome.

Topics can include trends in biomedicine, interesting work you like, why research in your field deserves more funding, an unsolved medical problem, what it takes to be an innovator, making the leap from the lab to clinic, personal stories of innovation and discovery – or any topic you feel opinionated about. Our audience includes clinical and research leaders, the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, investors, opinion leaders, philanthropist, media and interested laypeople.

Read more in New Scientist about how to make blogging work for you. We invite both one-off posts and regular contributions, as well as compelling images and video. For more information write Nancy Fliesler or David Altman.

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