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Featured Day in the Life of: Katherine, PhD student research non-small cell lung cancer

Hello all! I am a 2nd-year PhD candidate from the Queensland University of Technology based at the Translational Research Institute in Brisbane, Australia. I have a Bachelor of Biomedical Science (BBiomSci) and an Honours in Biomedical Sciences (BBiomSci Hons). My research focuses on finding ways to prevent or delay disease relapse in patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) who have been […]

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Kangaroo Island!

Kangaroo Island is a tiny island off the coast of the Australian state that I call home, South Australia. Although small, Kangaroo Island is well worth (the rather) expensive trip over. It is home to some of the most stunning beaches, including one where you walk through a ‘secret’ cave and are greeted with dazzling blue water, pristine sand, and […]

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My schedule for finishing my PhD

The last few months have been particularly busy, I have been finishing my PhD, working full time, marking, teaching online, and running this blog. I promise this post isn’t for your sympathy,  it is to be transparent about the difficulties of fitting this much in, but in the same vein showing that it is possible (although probably not sustainable long […]

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Feature day in the life of, Breann PhD candidate in nutritional biochemistry and molecular biology

Hey there! My name is Breann and I’m a 5th year PhD candidate in Nutritional Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (minor). This semester, I’m both working on my research and teaching a food science course as a first-time instructor! This means that my days are all over the map – a combination of wet lab work and bioinformatics alongside teaching labs, […]

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