Meet the bloggers

Career Service

Under “KI Career Service/Admin” you will find  Anethe Mansén, Victoria Rosander and Ayla De Paepe blogging. We also manage the “Guest Blog” account where we invite people to blog for us on certain topics related to career and research.

Current bloggers:

  • Dominika Seblova, PhD student at the Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society (NVS)
  • Yildiz Kelahmetoglu, PhD student at the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology (CMB)
  • Rossana Pettersen, Postdoc Alumna
  • Dagmara Kaczynska, PhD student at the Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics (MBB)
  • Jessika Norberg, PhD student at Department of Clinical Science, Intervention and Technology (CLINTEC)
  • Nina Jensen, Postdoc at Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics (MBB)
  • Chiara Sorini, Postdoc Marie Curie at the Department of Medicine, Solna (MedS)
  • Indira Chivukula, Postdoc at the Department of Medicine, Huddinge (MedH)
  • Oksana Goroshchuk, PhD student at the Department of Laboratory Medicine (LABMED)
  • Ana Amaral, Postdoc at the Department of Biosciences and Nutrition (BioNut)
  • Shady Kamal, PhD student at the Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology (MTC)
  • Nuno Amaral, Postdoc Alumnus
  • Joanne Bakker, PhD student at the Department of Neuroscience (Neuro)
  • Irina Jovel-Dalmau, KI Alumna
  • Fabricio Espinosa, PhD student at the Department of Medicine, Solna (MedS)
  • Isabel Hofman, Postdoc at the Department of Medicine, Huddinge (MedH)
  • Kelvin Kwok, Postdoc at the Department of Biosciences and Nutrition (BioNut)
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  1. […] The most common argument scientists give when asked why they are so elusive online is because of lack of time. Yes, time is a very precious commodity for scientists. Scientists need to conduct experiments, be updated about the latest research, write articles, apply for grants, supervise students, attend conferences, prepare talks etc. We do a lot of things besides the experiments. But just like in research, maintaining an online presence and be available for the public can be a team effort too. The workload can be shared by several scientists. Just like the blog you are reading now is not maintained by one scientist, but by 16 of us. […]

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