An interview with Stefan Bon

Name: Stefan A. F. Bon Current Job: Professor Scientific Discipline/Field: Chemical Engineering: Colloid and Polymer Science Country: The Netherlands, but currently work in the UK Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G Website: http://www.bonlab.info Twitter or other social media handle: @bonlab What does your job involve? Teaching the next generation scientists some aspects of chemical engineering,... Continue Reading →

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An interview with Jess Millar

Name: Jess Millar Current Job: PhD Candidate Scientific Discipline/Field: Bioinformatics, Statistics, Microbiology Country: United States Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): L,T,Q Website: http://jessmillar.com Twitter or other social media handle: @jmillar_microbe What does your job involve? I work on putting together mathematical models to understand infectious disease dynamics within hospitals. Are those diseases coming in more... Continue Reading →

An interview with Debra D DeLoach

Name: Debra D DeLoach Current Job: PhD student Scientific Discipline/Field: Molecular Mycology Country: United Kingdom Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): B Website: NA Twitter or other social media handle: @FungalSquirrel What does your job involve? Yeast genetics research on protein & gene regulation mediating virulence in Candida albicans morphogenesis & biofilms How did you get... Continue Reading →

An interview with Janna Eilers

Name: Janna Eilers Current Job: technical team leader, works Council Scientific Discipline/Field: Electricity Country: Germany Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): LBTQ* What does your job involve? A very wide range of tasks. My main task is to coordinate the technical tasks of our plc systems and to coordinate them with the experiment groups. Especially as... Continue Reading →

An interview with Yang Chen

Name: Yang Chen Current Job: Student Scientific Discipline/Field: Artificial Intelligence and other Computer Science Related Country: United States Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): Q What does your job involve? I am still a student studying the more applicable disciplines of sciences. I focus on the study of computation and intelligent machines through statistical models. How... Continue Reading →

An interview with Tanja Junkers

Name: Tanja Junkers Current Job: Professor Scientific Discipline/Field: Chemistry (Macromolecular) Country: Australia Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): T Twitter or other social media handle: @polymerreaction What does your job involve? teaching, research How did you get to this job (education etc.)? PhD, postdoc, lots of hard work and waiting for the right opportunities Do you... Continue Reading →

An interview with Gregory Youdan

Name: Gregory Youdan Jr. Current Job: PhD Student/ Lab Manager of Neurorehabilitation Research Laboratory Scientific Discipline/Field: Kinesiology - Movement Science Country: USA Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G Website: http://www.gregoryyoudan.com Twitter or other social media handle: @GregYoudan What does your job involve? I am currently conducting research on assessments and interventions for individuals with neurological... Continue Reading →

An interview with Emma Farnan

Name: Emma Farnan Current Job: Graduate Student Scientific Discipline/Field: Aerospace Engineering Country: USA Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): BT Website: N/A Twitter or other social media handle: Twitter - @ohmyemma_ Insta - @emfarnan What does your job involve? I research laminar-turbulent boundary layer transition for hypersonic flows. How did you get to this job (education... Continue Reading →

An interview with Landon Getz

Name: Landon John Getz Current Job: Ph.D.┬áStudent Scientific Discipline/Field: Microbiology Country: Canada Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G Website: http://landongetz.com Twitter or other social media handle: @landongetz What does your job involve? I am currently studying how a group of ocean bacteria (called Vibrio) survive in the environment. By understanding the genetic regulation of their... Continue Reading →

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