Biology. It was the worst thing that could exist, or so I thought.… Read More Biology almost lost me
My name is Kelvin and I am excited to become a new blogger for the KI Researcher and Careers blog.… Read More Here I am Stockholm! What’s next?
I am sure that everybody heard about the events “Careers beyond academia”. In this post, I will write about one of those meetings and, with no doubts, one of the best career events I have ever attended. The invited speaker was Adam Sierakowiak, and his aims were to describe his career after academia and help… Read More If you want to be a medical advisor
”Do we really have to do what we want to – again?” According to the legend, I made that comment after a day at daycare. I don’t remember the particular incident but recognize the feeling of being at a loss when being told to do whatever I want. Where to start? What to play? With who? For how long?… Read More Just write and play
Her first dream job was to become an archeologist and live the life of Indiana Jones. After realizing, that what she has known from books is not even nearly as exciting as she thought, she wanted to be a veterinarian. Currently, Linnea Eriksson holds a Ph.D. degree in Medical Sciences and works as a Clinical Trial Manager, but all of the above seem to share at least two common features: genuine interest in science and a wish to make a real difference.… Read More A wish to make a real difference – Career Path of Linnea Eriksson
An interview + podcast with Johanna Olsson, learning designer and co-founder of The Hows in Stockholm.… Read More “Take all those hierarchies away and make sure that every member of the team feels equally important”
Ljubica Matic is an Assistant Professor and a Team Leader of Vascular Molecular Medicine within the Division of Vascular Surgery at Karolinska University Hospital. Her scientific achievements are impressive. During the time she spent in the Vascular Surgery Group (2012 – present) she published 8 first-author papers, 1 last name paper and was a co-author on more than 42 publications, including 4 collaborative Nature-level pieces. Her teaming up with Professor Ulf Hedin resulted in an unprecedented multi-omics exploration of Biobank of Karolinska Endarterectomies (BiKE), which significantly increased the number of currently active projects relying on this resource to more than 70. In 2018 she was a co-recipient of the Heart-Lung Foundation’s Big Gift Grant of 15 million SEK and has been awarded the prestigious Sven and Ebba Hagberg Prize by Karolinska and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences for her outstanding research on molecular mechanisms of smooth muscle cell function in atherosclerosis.… Read More Ljubica Matic – from a journalist to an outstanding scientist