Featured ‘day in the life of’: Lisa a PhD student in developmental physiology & ‘In a Science World’ blogger.

A Day in the life of Lisa (developmental physiology PhD student & blogger): I’m Lisa a PhD student in developmental physiology at the University of Southampton, UK. I’m currently in my final year and my research is investigating how maternal diets (high-fat and also vitamin D deficient) during pregnancy impact on the baby’s skeletal muscle development and function in later life. […]

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Featured ‘day in the life of’: Ashley Dietitian, PhD student & diabetes blogger & advocate.

The ninth featured ‘day in the life of’ post is from Ashley who is a dietitian from Melbourne. Ashley is also a PhD student & the creator of the blog https://bittersweetdiagnosis.com/ Ashley posted this Day in the Life of post on her blog & kindly let me repost it onto mine! A day in the life of Ashley (PhD Student & Dietitian): Welcome to a […]

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Featured ‘day in the life of’: Patricia, Radiopharmaceutical research chemist.

The fifth featured ‘day in the life of’ post is from Patricia who is the person behind the instagram phdfitclub_ A day in the life of Patricia (radiopharmaceutical research chemist): I am radiopharmaceutical research chemist working in Denmark. I am Canadian and I completed my PhD in chemical biology 1.5 years ago. My research is centered on synthesizing, radiolabelling and evaluating new molecules […]

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Reflecting on why I choose a PhD

  When I first starting blogging I wrote a post about why I choose to start a PhD (https://drofwhat.com/2016/06/01/why-a-phd/?iframe=true&theme_preview=true). I wrote this post when I was 6 months into my PhD and in the proposal stage of my research, so everything was still quite new. Now that I am (almost ‘half way’) I thought it was time that I reflected on […]

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