This week we have Lu, Leesa and Emily explaining who they are to the Crossley and Quinlan lab and what they do! This blog is a continuation from last week’s post.
Here I will reflect on my eye-opening experience of spending a month on the other side of the world in the name of science.
I’ve been doing my PhD for 2 months now, and in this blog I’ll explain why I chose to embark on a 4-year marathon of research.
Following on from last week’s blog, this week the remaining lab members have written about the comings-and-goings of the latter end of the week.
After a day of work at our home lab at UNSW last Tuesday, I headed out to Sydney Domestic Airport with one of our lab’s PhD Candidates, Alex Knights. It was time to fly to Melbourne for a cool experiment with the help of our collaborators at Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI), at the Royal Children’s Hospital.
Here I will share some of my experiences which I’ve broadly grouped into 5 areas to hopefully provide some insights into the countless things, both little and big, that a newcomer may learn in science research.