Get The Illustrated Guide to a Ph.D. in print; fund Ph.D. students; save lives

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By request, a print version of The Illustrated Guide to a Ph.D. is on sale.

Click here to preview or buy it.

Any and all proceeds will fund graduate students whose work may impact the discovery, diagnosis or treatment of genetic disorders.

It is available at $6.50 for a limited time thanks to Hewlett-Packard's high-quality on-demand publishing service, MagCloud.

It's sixteen pages, saddle-stitch bound and in full color.

It's a good gift for new students, the recently defended and relatives thereof.

Why genetics research?

If you zoom in on the boundary of human knowledge in the direction of genetics, there's something just outside humanity's reach:

My wife and I chose to start funding these graduate students after we learned that our son has a rare, fatal genetic disorder.

It may be too late for my son, but it's not too late for other children.

Even one child suffering like this is one child too many.

The only way to end this kind of suffering is science.

And, the best way to do science is through graduate students.

Get a free print copy

If you can't afford the $6.50, you can get one for free.

Come get a Ph.D. with me, and I'll give you one after you defend.

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