It’s Ada Lovelace Day and to mark the occasion Dr Yvonne Couch writes of some of the women that have inspired her, challenges of gender diversity and what she hopes might change.
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A thoughful blog from Dr Yvonne Couch, discussing some of the challenges faced by postdocs, exploring some of the problems faced in science careers and nicely prepairing you for next weeks perpetual postdoc podcasts and support articles.
Dr Yvonne Couch provides a series of writing exercises, hints and tips for everyone starting out on their first paper, grant or project report. Taking her own advice and assuming you’re new to the process, essential tips for new academics and students.
Blog from Dr Yvonne Couch coming at dementia from a different perspective, not the brain… but the rest of your body, and inflammation, and how to think differently. Listen or read here, YouTube and in your podcast app.
We’re delighted to introduce our newest staff blogger, the brilliant, funny and inspiring Dr Yvonne Couch from University of Oxford. In the first of her monthly blogs we get to know a little more about her background, and her work and what she has planned for us in the future.
With news that the UKRI is adopting the Royal Society Résumé for Researchers format. Dr Yvonne Couch endeavours to outline its purpose and ponder on whether it might be beneficial or detrimental to the ECR community.
In this blog Dr Yvonne Couch writes about the scientific history of stressors and how they affect performance (because it’s interesting and you know by now she likes a history lesson), and more importantly how this fits into the context of academic life and mental health and what we can do about it.