Hej, I am Ruiqing Ni, PhD student at Dept. Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society (NVS), Karolinska Institutet. I am from Shanghai, China and live in Sweden for about five and half years. I like travel, bake and sports, especially Yoga and Zumba. I am working in Division of Translational Alzheimer Neurobiology, Prof. Agneta Nordberg’s lab.… Read More So, do you speak Swedish?
It can feel a bit awkward writing a first blog post. I don’t even know you yet – who are you out there? Yes, you! How should I start? Introduce myself and say that I find global health sciences one of the most significant research fields in the world? Explain why I think that there… Read More mental hiccup
Those who know me, know I’m some kind of a scientist; those who know me better, know I’m a geneticist; but those who know me best, know that I am, in fact, a movie geek. However, it is fair to say that I wouldn’t have one without the other – the truth is out there,… Read More Lights! Camera! Action!
It is about to happen. I am almost at the end of the beginning. My admission seminar, the point at which I will actually become a PhD student for real, it this Friday. Now this may all sounds cryptic and bizarre, but within my department at KI, the Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics (MEB)… Read More ADMISSION SEMINAR or Almost a PhD student for real