In this podcast our panel discuss how to balance your own interested, while being pragmatic and tips and lessons in choosing the right PhD or podcast.
A semi-serious chat with three early career researchers about self-care in academia – delivered in a two part special.
So much to talk about we made it a two part special – part two of ‘A semi-serious chat with three early career researchers about self-care in academia’.
Join Dr Megan O’Hare talkgin with Jane Gregg and Dr Josie Jenkinson. Discussing their work on understanding how people with dementia perceive themselves and their future once they receive a diagnosis of dementia and how that links with service use in the NHS.
This team of Early Career Researchers from Leeds Beckett University talk about their work delivering research focused ‘Improving Care & Support for People with Dementia’
How can an MSc help existing and new health and social care professionals kick-start a career in academia? This and the work at University of Bradford is discussed in this weeks podcast with Megan, Catherine and Ana.
In this weeks podcast Dr Megan Calvert-O’Hare talks with Raffaele Ferrari from UCL and Dr Claudia Manzoni from University of Reading. Discussing their research and the work of the International Frontotemporal Dementia Genomics Consortium (IFGC).
In this podcast, Adam Smith is chatting with Morgan Daniel. Getting to know her as we start our journey, following Morgan over the next year as she studies for her Dementia MSc at University College London.
Dr Anna Volmer chair this discussion with Adam Smith, James Quinn, Beth Shaaban and Naiara Demnitz, sharing exciting news of their new ISTAART PIA to Elevate Early Career Researchers.
Lakshini Mendis talks with Professor Rosemary Varley, Dr Vitor Zimmerer and Anna Volkmer at University College London for this two part global podcast special looking how researchers are helping people with dementia with language and communication and what it can tell us.
Adam Smith talks with Luisa Krein and Cathy Taylor-Rubin at the University of Sydney for this two part global podcast special looking how researchers are helping people with dementia with language and communication and what it can tell us.
Oz Ismail talks to Dr David Steadman, Yolanda Ohene and Christina Toomey who are all based in labs at University College London. Discussing life in the lab, what works for them, lab skills and how they transitions from classroom to lab. We might even touch on the superstitions our panellists have for ensuring lab success!