Author Archives: Sumi Lee

Put Yourself in Others’ Shoes

Through communicating with my advisor as well as diverse people at Doctoral Funding Mentoring Program, I could understand what parts of writing I had to focus on to write more persuasive essays and research proposals, which would enhance the chance … Continue reading

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Not Forgetting My Original Intention

The moment I feel happiest is when I feel like I’m important and needed to someone. When working at a pharmacy, I really did. Not only that, I’m proud of working in the field of drug discovery and development, as … Continue reading

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Develop a Spirit of Challenge through Many Failures

Just like everything else, a drug discovery and development process requires a lot of time, money, and effort. What’s worse, it’s very hard and even may be impossible to develop a novel medicine which we can actually take to the market, … Continue reading

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Like-mindedness

Dear merciful and respectable Angela August Wilson, Hello? I have heard that you have provided financial support including tuition and living expense with over 12,000 women throughout the world, especially those who show strong potential as an influential leader in … Continue reading

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The Power to Move One’s Heart

Hello! Through this posting, I’d like to introduce my friend named Nobel to you. He is the CEO of a big pharmaceutical company as well as the founder of the Novel Foundation where a number of outstanding scientists have been … Continue reading

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The Enjoyment of Life

Hello? My name is Sumi Lee who has a great opportunity to follow my dream at Rutgers through Medicinal chemistry program starting from this fall. I’m a rational and creative researcher while being a sensitive person and I love my … Continue reading

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