Beth Eyre reflects on the skills she has gained through her PhD, and how they could be transferred into the job market (over and above awesome lab skills).
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In her first blog for Dementia Researcher, Beth Eyre introduces herself and brings us up to date on the last 10 years, what brought her to science, and where we now find her as a 2nd year PhD Student at The University of Sheffield researching Neurovascular and cognitive function in preclinical models of AD.
In this month’s blog Beth Eyre provides insights into the brains waste system – and how it may be important in Alzheimer’s disease. So, saddle up for some fascinating science!
Beth Eyre shares some of the things she has learned about networking and what might help you during your own PhD – Read or listen.
Beth has finished her last PhD experiment, prompting her to reflect on her PhD experience, and the oppertunities that others should keep an eye open for
It can sometimes feel like you take 2 steps forward & 1 step back during your #PhD, but as long as you’re moving forward, you’re doing well! In her first blog for 2021 Beth Eyre shares tips for looking after your wellbeing in a pandemic.
Two years into her PhD and Beth Eyre hasn’t had an opportunity to attend a face to face conference. With fingers crossed for later this year, Beth reflects on the virtual ARUK 2021 sessions from earlier this month.
One thing that I really enjoy about being a PhD student is getting to explain my research to others – so I thought it was about time to give you all a little snapshot into what it is that I actually research! Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia and is an extremely…
An insight into the highs and lows of scientific research – from Beth’s perspective as a third year PhD student.