Monthly Archives: October 2015

NSC 2015 – The AWT Edwards Memorial Oration

I was very pleased to be invited to give the AWT Edwards Memorial Oration at this year’s ASMR National Scientific Conference (NSC) – Bugs, Bowels and Beyond. The AWT Edwards Memorial Oration is named after the 1966 ASMR President, Tony … Continue reading

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Sell yourself on paper, sell yourself in person

Broadly speaking, people with a PhD are considered highly skilled and trained. However, there is an assumption that we are ‘everyologists’ – skilled across all aspects of academic research, including how to best ‘sell’ ourselves to nail that great postdoc … Continue reading

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