Monthly Archives: November 2018

Being a Trans Person in Academia. Part IV: Applying to Doctoral Programs

[This is part of a series.  Here is Part 0,  Part 1, Part 2,  Part 3, and Part 5] During the summer between my first and second year of my Biostats Masters I attended the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference where I sat in on … Continue reading

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Being a Trans Person in Academia. Part III: Harvard Biostatistics Masters First Year

[This is part of a series.  Here is Part 0,  Part 1, Part 2, Part 4, and Part 5] OK, let’s pickup where I left off with my last blog post.  I packed up my hatchback with all of my stuff and drove … Continue reading

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Being Trans in Academia. Part II: MPH & Minnesota

[This is part of a series.  Here is Part 0,  Part 1, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5] If someone were to tell you that your life in San Francisco was going to be drastically different than your life in Minnesota, that … Continue reading

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Being a Trans Person in Academia. Part I: Applying For Grad School While Trans

[This is Part I of a series.  Here is Part 0, Part 2 , Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5] Here I am, I am 25 years old, I am living in San Francisco, working at an office job at the San Francisco … Continue reading

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Being A Trans Person in Academia

[This is Part 0 of a series.  Here is Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5] Hi there! If you have ever read this blog you might know that I am the person behind Biostatistics Ryan Gosling, or you … Continue reading

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