Spring Break 2014 has just come and passed. While this is a time for most undergrads to get away from campus, it’s a time for grad students like me to stick around and get work done. This is what it looks like.
No, not drinks.
LEARNING ABOUT [FOREIGN] CULTURES
Cultures of cells…
PARTYING* IN THE HOOD**
**The tissue culture hood
MIXING IT UP
Work that vortex
ENJOYING THE FLOW
Flow cytometry, that is.
ENHANCING MY HIGHLIGHTS
Not in my hair, on my notes.
CONSUMING DRUG OF CHOICE
Don’t drink this stuff.
TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT’S GOING ON
So much data. What does it mean???
Wow! What a week!!! 😉
Eternally waiting for the centrifuge…
6 thoughts on “Spring “Break””
i was about to get super mad when I saw the picture that others schools actually give spring break for their grad students lol. The worst part is people asking me “what are you going to do for spring break?” my response usually is “what is spring break?” I sound so bitter lol
Haha nope! I just like to think that I’m funny by calling it a break. 🙂 I actually prefer to be on campus during breaks since there’s no undergrads so it’s more peaceful!
it is really peaceful when everyone is gone. I don’t have to fight with other people to get my lunch even. oh a life of a grad student. which year of your MD/PhD training are u in?
I’m in my first year. 🙂 What about you?
exactly 🙂 I have always skipped lunch for the same reason – to have the lab empty when all the others are eating.
that is exciting. I am finishing my PhD now, will be MS1 in the fall.