In the fourth of our five -part blog series – Dr Claire Durrant from the University of Edinburgh discusses her Fellowship and the first time she met the motor racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart
Tag: The University of Edinburgh
Blog from Katie Gambier-Ross reflecting on last weeks Alzheimer’s Society Conference at the Kia Oval in London.
Guest Blog – The PhD to postdoc transition and why taking care of yourself is just as important as your research
Dr Katie Askew discussed her experience of not only transitioning from PhD to Postdoc, but also a new labs and new city. With tips and advice based on her own experiences, and highlighting the importance of self-care.
Dr Katie Stubbs speaks with Dr Katie Askew, Dr Mike Daniels and PhD student Makis Tzioras. This team are all based at the UK Dementia Research Institute at the University of Edinburgh and discussing their research on Microglia.
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’.
Adam Smith is joined by Race Against Dementia (RAD) CEO, Dr Penny Moyle and RAD Research Fellow Dr Claire Durrant from The University of Edinburgh. Discussing the unique five year RAD Fellowships, delivered in partnership with Alzheimer’s Research UK – and currently open to applications.
An informal chat with three lab-based researchers, discussing how they are staying well and staying busy during these unusual times. Adam Smith hosts and talks to Dr Katy Askew, Makis Tzioras and Dr Isabel Castanho.