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How do we stop the discrimination virus?

This week, I want to explore how belonging to a community is essential to us, in our personal and work lives. And unfortunately, how some communities are failing us. The idea for this post came from a feeling of gratitude for being a part of some local and virtual...

Self-care in stressful times

As I write this letter, we’re reaching the end of Mental Health Awareness Week. My social feeds are filled with personal accounts of current and past stories about mental health challenges. While some people are more impacted than others by the current pandemic,...

The Dark Side of Science

Today, I’m coming back to the topic of science communication, because there was a documentary released on YouTube—and since then removed—that you may have heard of: Plandemic. No, I’m not going to give you a link, because links are the currency of the Internet and...

Deconfinement ahoy! (and the role of antibodies)

This week, as the world readies itself to a new normal and gradually lifts confinement rules, I tried to wrap my head around what’s known about serology testing and COVID-19 antibodies. Before I dive into that, I would just like to leave you with a bit of comic relief...

Deadlines: what do they really mean?

Yesterday, as I rushed to meet a deadline I had some fleeting thoughts. Whyyyyy did I think it was a good idea to leave my comfort zone?!This is sucking the life out of me.I hate my life. I can be quite a dramatic diva under when I’m under pressure, huh? I quickly set...

Science Communication — why should you care?

This week I planned to write about how SARS-CoV-2 has impacted some regulatory matters, namely the EMA new clinical trials guidance and the postponing of the Medical Devices Regulation. But the importance of science communication never fails to rear its...

Fighting misinformation during a health crisis

“Preventing misinformation requires curating knowledge and prioritising science, especially during a public crisis.”—Joan Donovan, in Nature During this pandemic, humankind has faced many challenges. We were not as prepared to the emergence of a new virus like we...

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