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Regard sur une saison de Papa PhD – Conversations, réflexions et grandes lignes

Téléchargez la “Boîte à outils pour le doctorat” maintenant ! Transcription de l’épisode : Bonjour à tous ! Nous arrivons à la fin de la première saison de Papa PhD et aujourd’hui, je voulais juste remercier tous les auditeurs qui ont suivi l’émission partout autour de la planète. Ça a été très impressionnant de voir…

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Looking Back On A Season of Papa PhD – Conversations, Reflections, and Common Themes

Download “Tools for Your PhD Journey” Now ! Episode transcript: Hi there! We’re reaching the end of season one of Papa PhD and today, I just wanted to thank all the listeners out there who’ve been following the show around the world. It’s been quite humbling to see the show grow as it did in…

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Nathalie Ross – Part 2 – Building a Career in Scientific and Medical Writing

In the second part of my conversation with Nathalie Ross, we discussed what brought her to the regulatory affairs domain and I asked her to describe in more detail what the job entails and what the day-to-day of a freelance medical writer looks like. Nathalie Ross, Ph.D., MWC, a former research scientist, is a bilingual…

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Nathalie Ross – Part 1 – A Path to Regulatory Writing

The COVID-19 pandemic we’re going through as this episode is airing has made us more aware than ever of how complex and time-consuming it is to study, test, and approve medical treatments. This week’s guest, Nathalie Ross, is going to share her experience in a domain where, as a PhD, she felt she was actively…

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Francis Etheridge – Le lien entre réalisation et sens de mission

Dans cet épisode, vous allez entendre parler de gratitude, de bénévolat, de service, mais vous allez aussi entendre parler de persévérance, de sens de mission et d’entreprenariat. Ces mots peuvent vous paraître de deux univers différents, mais ils se marient et trouvent un sens dans le récit que nous apporte Francis Etheridge à propos de…

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Clarissa Wright – Promoting the Intersection Between Science and Art

Coming from a specific domain of research doesn’t dictate what your career journey will look like. Your interests, your strong suits, as well as any extra skills you’ve picked up during your lifetime may reveal themselves to be instrumental and key elements in what you’ll do profesionally later on. In this episode of Papa PhD,…

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Paulo Oliveira – Interfacing With the Public and With Industry as a Researcher

What does glitter have to do with mitochondria? This episode’s guest, Paulo Oliveira, might just have the answer for you. And it probably has something to do with science communication and science outreach. In this episode of Papa PhD, I’m bringing you a great conversation where we covered Paulo’s journey into academia, as well as…

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Pedro Resende – When The Choices You Don’t Make Take You Where You Want to Go

They say “if  life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” But what if life gives you the proverbial lemons, you press them, and apple juice comes out? In this episode, Pedro Resende shares with us how he came to be a researcher after a stint in industry, and how after accepting some hard noes from the…

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Inês Thomas Almeida – A Winding Journey From Biology to Musicology

We’re fresh into a new year, and this time of year is one of re-evaluation, decision-taking, and renewal for a lot of you out there. This week, you’ll hear Inês Thomas Almeida’s recount of 20 years starting in a biology bachelor’s and leading to a PhD project in musicology, with many twists and turns in…

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Papa PhD Pearls of Wisdom – 2019 Season

For the last episode of the 2019 season of Papa PhD, instead of an  interview, we’re bringing you some of the best advice our guests have shared so far, so enjoy the insights, take the opportunity to go listen to the earlier episodes, and remember to rate and leave a comment on your podcast app,…

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