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Julio Yanes, a fifth-year doctoral student in the Department of Psychological Sciences who recently was awarded an NIH/NIDA F31 to study the neurobiological mechanisms supporting cannabis-related therapeutic effects, is a co-author on a new paper published in the journal Neuron, a top-ranked neuroscience journal. Yanes worked with the Organization for Human Brain Mapping Student and Postdoc Special Interest Group to assist in assembling the article.

The article, "Effective self-management for early career researchers in the natural and life sciences," focuses on tips, tools, and tricks for early career researchers to develop fulfilling careers in academia and industry. Yanes contributed to the sections about career planning, seeking funding and using Twitter. The purpose of this article is to provide general guidelines that readers can fit to their personal experience.

Click here to read the article.