Today Dr Sam Moxon introduces us to 3D Bioprinting, and work to print human tissue-like structures in the lab. But could this revolutionise dementia research? And has this revolution already quietly happening in Manchester.
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Dr Sam Moxon discusses the process of how we publish new scientific data, the rigour and complexity, the process and the flaws
When Dr Sam Moxon was diagnosed with Ulcerative pancolitis, he ask his consultant what could help… and when the reply was “not much” he went away, and did his own research, and found a diet that made a difference.
When Sam was waiting to go into his interview he was thinking “I am not a neuroscientist, this could be a tricky one”, he quickly realised that what they actually wanted was a fresh approach. So don’t be deterred from applying for that job or course, you might be just what they’re looking for.
Dr Sam Moxon has previously shared his challenges of living with ulcerative pancolitis, sadly this recently landed him in hospital as an inpatient, and in this blog he shares experiences from his stay.
As part of our week of focussing on post-doc challenges, Dr Sam Moxon considers how to breakfree of doing other peoples research, and progress to being a PI and following your own research path (something he hopes to do himself very soon)
Dr Sam Moxon from The University of Manchester has joined our regular bloggers. Sam is a postdoctoral researcher specialising in 3D bioprinting to engineer better models of the human brain. In his first blog he talks about the challenges of job searching during the pandemic.
We all know what we ‘should’ do to survive lockdown… but are you really doing those things? Dr Sam Moxon discusses what he is doing to stay happy, healthy, positive and productive during these difficult days. Read or Listen.