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While the editor of this blog has been busy with other tasks, several new stories about Science at Brandeis have appeared at Brandeis NOW, the main campus news site:

The Pulse – Brandeis University’s Pre-Health Journal

The Pulse is the Brandeis Pre-Health Society’s journal, written by students about their experiences in science, research, health policy, health care, health policy, and other fields relating to medicine and science. Students collaborate on this publication by contributing articles from personal experiences and together edit and format the journal to be published and distributed around campus.

The goal of The Pulse is to provide Brandeis pre-health and science undergraduates with the opportunity to write about and share experiences, be published in a university-wide distributed journal, and learn about opportunities that fellow undergraduates have had. The array of articles included in the journal vary from scientific research abstracts to reviews of internship programs to anthropological work in medicine. The diverse scope of topics and writing styles allows The Pulse to give readers a comprehensive insight into the interests, activities, and experiences of science and health undergraduate students at Brandeis.

A past issue of The Pulse from Spring 2011 is available online. Feel free to use this link to browse through the issue and learn more about the publication.

For more information about The Pulse, or to find out how to get involved, contact the co-editors: Sarah Azarchi and Amanda Winn

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