I have been in full time education for 22 years. That's 22 'first days at school'. As we start the new school year, I thought I’d take some time to think about what I wish I’d known when I first started my PhD. Usually, it’s a difficult time. You’ve just moved to a new city, probably … Continue reading Things I wish I’d known before starting a PhD
On a rare sunny afternoon in Manchester, Network Pharma Ltd organised a careers event aimed at people looking to find more out about what a career in medical communication involves. It was a packed afternoon, with three presentations from people already in the industry, followed by a mix of junior and senior staff from some … Continue reading What about Med Comms?
Short incubations are the bane of my life. Anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes of my life disappears in the blink of an eye, usually when doing washes for western blots or IHC. This is made infinitely worse as my office is two floors down from my desk, so returning for a quick cup of … Continue reading Ten things to do in a 10 minute incubation
My first foray into the world of blogging.