One of the driving forces behind us organising NEB2019, was a lack of alternative meetings focused on our research topic. Whilst it can be interesting to broaden your horizons at conferences, sometimes you just long to settle into a set of talks that are directly relevant to your own research. Continue reading Lessons from the Young Life Scientists’ symposium
By Claudia Bonfio, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK
I always thought that being a Postdoc was going to be better and easier than being a PhD student. And this was my feeling when I enthusiastically packed my life in a suitcase and moved to Cambridge from Italy, ready for my new postdoctoral adventure. My dream was then to become a group leader in a top university. It took me about 2 weeks in my new Postdoc life to understand that I was completely wrong. It was not better or easier. I felt completely lost, with no clues about what my future in research would be.
By Rowena Mitchell, Membership Manager, Biochemical Society
Dr Anne-Marie Krachler (McGovern Medical School at UTHealth, USA) was awarded the Early Career Research Award for Biological Systems in 2016. Here we talk to Anne-Marie about her work and how receiving the award has impacted on her career.