Estela Britt, a young, ambitious graduate student, enters the prestigious Hudson Branham University in hopes of learning from, and modeling her career after, esteemed award-winning scientist Helen Lorde-Roll. However, when Estela arrives at HBU, she finds a mentor who is tapped out of ideas and trapped in “publish or perish”. Yearning to advance and terrified of academic stagnation, Estela moves on from Helen, and in doing so falls into a world where integrity is optional, and achievement can destroy. In her darkest moments, Estela is forced to confront her long-held assumptions about fame and success, and to find a new definition of happiness.
Clé, JD, LL.M, is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, singer-songwriter, and actor. Her writings often involve STEM, and she specializes in physician-hospital relations, electronic health records, and informed consent. As an adjunct professor, a licensed attorney in Georgia. Clé has published an article examining how NAFTA policies have impacted public health, and written on medical informed consent. She holds a B.A. in Spanish and Government from Dartmouth College (Richard S. Lombard Public Service Fellowship), a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School (James C. Hormel Public Service Fellowship), and a LL.M. in Health Law from the University of Houston Law Center, where as a Dean’s Scholar she was awarded the Neibel Scholarship for academic excellence in health law in 2015, and the Goldstein Award for Health Law Writing in April 2017. PARALLEL LINES is one of several works which she has completed, and the first under development.
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