As a 2nd year PhD student in the lab of Dr. Rob Arkowitz, Emily explores the mechanisms controlling the spatial and temporal regulation of cell growth. As she advanced through her PhD, it became clear that keeping tracks with the vast amount of newly published articles in her field is not an easy task. Emily then decided to explore and share with us some valuable advice on how to keep up with literature, note-taking and article classification using freely available tools. Emily’s advice serves as a helpful guide for any researcher looking to stay organized and up-to-date in their field.

If you want to avoid tsundoku and know more about the different options Emily presented, feel free to take a look at the detailed summary of her presentation on the iBV common server.

(By Nicolas Roby)