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A sustained passion for intracellular trafficking.

Miller EA - Mol. Biol. Cell (2013)

Bottom Line: I am honored to be the first recipient of the Women in Cell Biology Sustained Excellence in Research Award.Since my graduate school days, I have enjoyed being part of a stimulating scientific community the American Society for Cell Biology embodies.Simply following one's interests and passions can sustain a career, even though it may involve some migration.

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Affiliation: Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027.

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I am honored to be the first recipient of the Women in Cell Biology Sustained Excellence in Research Award. Since my graduate school days, I have enjoyed being part of a stimulating scientific community the American Society for Cell Biology embodies. Having found myself largely by accident in a career that I find deeply enjoyable and fulfilling, I hope here to convey a sense that one need not have a "grand plan" to have a successful life in science. Simply following one's interests and passions can sustain a career, even though it may involve some migration.

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A sustained passion for intracellular trafficking.

Miller EA - Mol. Biol. Cell (2013)

Elizabeth A. Miller
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Bottom Line: I am honored to be the first recipient of the Women in Cell Biology Sustained Excellence in Research Award.Since my graduate school days, I have enjoyed being part of a stimulating scientific community the American Society for Cell Biology embodies.Simply following one's interests and passions can sustain a career, even though it may involve some migration.

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Affiliation: Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027.

ABSTRACT
I am honored to be the first recipient of the Women in Cell Biology Sustained Excellence in Research Award. Since my graduate school days, I have enjoyed being part of a stimulating scientific community the American Society for Cell Biology embodies. Having found myself largely by accident in a career that I find deeply enjoyable and fulfilling, I hope here to convey a sense that one need not have a "grand plan" to have a successful life in science. Simply following one's interests and passions can sustain a career, even though it may involve some migration.

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