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Disgruntled Julie

Disgruntled Julie is a laboratory slave 6th year Ph.D. student studying pediatric cancer through biochemistry and biophysics. When she isn't in lab (never), she enjoys cooking, cleaning, crafting, and other domestic goddess type activities. When she is in lab (always), she spends her time attempting to purify seemingly non-purifiable proteins, determining the structure of unstructured proteins, fighting with the pH meter, and injecting mice with cancer. Disgruntled Julie survives by finding the humor in lab life, and rants accordingly.

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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

...and also for caring.  By donating to a LabSpaces Donor's Choose campaign, you're doing just that -- showing you care.

So to sweeten the deal a bit, I'll throw in some cookies.

I don't have my own Donor's Choose campaign set up, but plenty of other LabSpace bloggers do!  Head on over here to see the full list of participating bloggers and the projects they are trying to fund, and donate to one (or more than one!).  Email me the receipt showing that you have donated (if you are attempting to stay anonymous, feel free to digitally erase your name), and you'll be entered for a chance to receive a batch of homemade cookies of your choice.  The more donations, the more chances to win -- for every $500 total donated to the combined LabSpaces efforts, I'll draw one name.  $2000 donations total?  Four people get cookies, and so on and so forth.

The type of cookies are up to you (provided they can be shipped)... some of the favorites I have made include pinwheel cookies, lemon drops, my most-requested pudding chocolate chip, chocolate chip oatmeal, pumpkin spice, banana-stuffed peanut butter, triple chocolate, mint chocolate, peanut butter nutella, strawberry shortcake... the possibilities are endless!

I don't know about you, but now I'm having a serious cookie-craving, so I guess I better go donate to a LabSpaces project so I can reward myself by baking some cookies!

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UC Davis
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Mmmmm, cooookies!

Jason Goldman
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Do I qualify if I donated to MY donors choose page? :-)

Dr. O
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JG, I think you're missing the point of the bribe...

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mmmmm COOKIE.

A chance for pumpkin spice is totally worth sending some money toward some deserving kids.

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Nom nom nom. Can haz cookies anywaz plz


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Have you started postdoc hunting yet ???? Can you share your interview experience ?? Thanks !

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