In my previous post, I discussed the importance of Patient and Public Involvement in research – the WHY. This time, I am discussing the WHEN – hopefully giving you some ideas for how to translate theory to practice (part I of II)… Read More The cycle of PPI (Part I of II)
Like many people, I often avoid exposing myself to politics. Political discourse has, amidst the rise of Populism, become highly polarized. Reading heated debate between the so-called left and right is extremely draining and an unnecessary demand on my sanity as I survive life as a researcher. Where the topic of political discussion is more… Read More Off in the Distance: Horizon Europe and Why you Should Care
Perfectionism has been a blessing and a curse in my life. But, at the end of the day, in science, as in life, perfection does not exist.… Read More I got the fellowship! What now?
While struggling to remember people’s names (most of them seem to be Anna or Maria, how can I still get that wrong?), or to recognize the right floor (it’s the one with the black sofas and red carpet, not the one with the black carpet and red sofas) I realize it has been 4.5 years since I… Read More Testing the water: my internship at VR