"Wanting someone to understand your research can make you feel like you have to give them all the details [...]. However, you need to accept that you won't be able to recapitulate all your molecular biology classes within a 20-minute talk" Read more in my newest guestblog in Tidningen Curie: https://www.tidningencurie.se/gastbloggar/stinaborchers/boiling-down-science-for-the-public-without-oversimplifying/
How to utilize social media for increasing your own visibility as a scientist as well as reaching out to the public. Organized by the Sahlgrenska Network & Career Development Platform. Speaker: Stina Börchers
You just finished school, your bachelor's - or master's degree and want to apply to a study program and you need to include a motivation letter? I have written a few of these myself, but most importantly, I was part of the admission committee of our master's program and read and graded a lot of these letters for two years in a row. I noticed some mistakes that applicants commonly made and decided to share them with you here to help you avoid making them.
TRIGGER WARNING: THIS POST WILL SPEAK ABOUT DISORDERED EATING BEHAVIOR AND COULD POTENTIALLY BE TRIGGERING. PLEASE ONLY CONSIDER READING FURTHER IF YOU FEEL STABLE ENOUGH.*and comorbidities I'm generally very interested in EVERYTHING that has to do with the brain. I love to do pre-clinical research. I am highly interested in the neuroscience of eating behavior, … Continue reading Why I Decided to Study the Neuroscience of Eating Behavior* – My Eating Disorder Story
We have NUMEROUS neurons in our head. How do they know with which other neurons to connect to form a functioning network? The process you are looking for and we are going to talk about now is called Axon Guidance. Ever heard of it?