Esther Warnert, PhD, isn’t attracted by popular universities or famous laboratories — her aspiration has always been to find interesting projects. This pursuit brought her across the world to conduct research on frontotemporal dementia.
A background in veterinary sciences has been an asset for Niamh Richmond, MSc Candidate, who researches infantile hemangioma — a stem cell-derived tumor that occurs in approximately 10 per cent of all newborn births in North America.
For some, balancing a rigorous athletic schedule while completing a PhD would seem intimidating, if not impossible. But it’s the only way Adam Rabalski knows how to keep a balance between his greatest passions: rowing and research.
No money? No problem. Alex Moszczynski and Ben Withers from the Graduate Students Council provide tips and easy recipes to help get you started.
Having the opportunity to dissect during her undergraduate training inspired award-winning PhD Candidate Sonya Van Nuland to analyze the more modern ways of teaching clinical anatomy.