Neuroblogging? Yes, we do. Over the last twelve months, we have motivated ourselves to blog on epilepsy, genes and the life of a (clinician) scientist. This experience has told us something about habit, working through periods of frustration and exhaustion and routine. We have successfully passed the 100-post-mark, have learned to avoid common traps and seductions of an online presence. I have discovered a certain calming effect of blogging. It helps you sort your thoughts and stay on top of things.
Child Neurology Fellow and epilepsy genetics researcher at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), USA and Department of Neuropediatrics, Kiel, Germany