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Lilian Mbaisi Angong'o is an OWSD Ph.D. Fellow at the University of Rhodes University in South Africa. She is originally from Kenya and has done her BSc in Biomedical Science and Masters in Bioinformatics, both from the University of Nairobi. She developed an interest in Malaria research in KEMRI and has managed to still do in her Ph.D. where she was able to continue with the work she started in her MSc research. Her work is revolutionary after she was part of the team that discovered a microbe that was able to block malaria and be an alternative to insecticides at ICIPE.Lily came to the podcast not knowing that she had a story to tell but ended up giving us 5+ hours of candid conversation about her journey in science and how her interest in bioinformatics was sparked. You will come to learn that she is such a good storyteller and able to give a detailed account of how it came to be. She also gives a clear picture of what it is like being a university student for over 8 years now in the quest to learn and do well.Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Lilian Mbaisi Angong'o is an OWSD Ph.D. Fellow at the University of Rhodes University in South Africa. She is originally from Kenya and has done her BSc in Biomedical Science and Masters in Bioinformatics, both from the University of Nairobi. She developed an interest in Malaria research in KEMRI and has managed to still do in her Ph.D. where she was able to continue with the work she started in her MSc research. Her work is revolutionary after she was part of the team that discovered a microbe that was able to block malaria and be an alternative to insecticides at ICIPE.Lily came to the podcast not knowing that she had a story to tell but ended up giving us 5+ hours of candid conversation about her journey in science and how her interest in bioinformatics was sparked. You will come to learn that she is such a good storyteller and able to give a detailed account of how it came to be. She also gives a clear picture of what it is like being a university student for over 8 years now in the quest to learn and do well.Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Lilian Mbaisi Angong'o is an OWSD Ph.D. Fellow at the University of Rhodes University in South Africa. She is originally from Kenya and has done her BSc in Biomedical Science and Masters in Bioinformatics, both from the University of Nairobi. She developed an interest in Malaria research in KEMRI and has managed to still do in her Ph.D. where she was able to continue with the work she started in her MSc research. Her work is revolutionary after she was part of the team that discovered a microbe that was able to block malaria and be an alternative to insecticides at ICIPE.Lily came to the podcast not knowing that she had a story to tell but ended up giving us 5+ hours of candid conversation about her journey in science and how her interest in bioinformatics was sparked. You will come to learn that she is such a good storyteller and able to give a detailed account of how it came to be. She also gives a clear picture of what it is like being a university student for over 8 years now in the quest to learn and do well.Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Lilian Mbaisi Angong'o is an OWSD Ph.D. Fellow at the University of Rhodes University in South Africa. She is originally from Kenya and has done her BSc in Biomedical Science and Masters in Bioinformatics, both from the University of Nairobi. She developed an interest in Malaria research in KEMRI and has managed to still do in her Ph.D. where she was able to continue with the work she started in her MSc research. Her work is revolutionary after she was part of the team that discovered a microbe that was able to block malaria and be an alternative to insecticides at ICIPE.Lily came to the podcast not knowing that she had a story to tell but ended up giving us 5+ hours of candid conversation about her journey in science and how her interest in bioinformatics was sparked. You will come to learn that she is such a good storyteller and able to give a detailed account of how it came to be. She also gives a clear picture of what it is like being a university student for over 8 years now in the quest to learn and do well.Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Amani Said is a career coach and trainer on a mission to empower as many scientists as possible in launching dream careers that are making an impact. She has a Phd in Developmental Biology in 2007 at the Max-Planck in Dresden Germany.In this episode she talks about her hobbies.As a born Lebanese and grown up in Sweden and travelled all over most of Europe and done South East Asia backpacking, coupled with finding what she wanted to do and getting it, She has had her share of experience when it comes to personal development. This is why she has a successbeyondthelab.com training business to help people grow.Here is a snipet of her intro page of her website I picked.I believed back then that a PhD degree will magically attract all the opportunities my way. Instead, I graduated into unemployment, confusion and feeling completely worthless. I was very afraid of making the wrong choices and failing when it came to my career. To make a very long and painful story short, after trying out many different careers, countries and cities, I realized what needed to change was not the job but ME. That is how the journey of personal development and coaching began. Working on my mindset was the key that helped me overcome most of my obstacles and achieve my personal and professional goals . That is why I am today training and coaching scientists in doing the same, developing a growth mindset in combination with learning all the career development skills to launch their dream careers.Check out her profile on LinkedIn to find out more about an upcoming free session on 15th September 2022Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Amani Said is a career coach and trainer on a mission to empower as many scientists as possible in launching dream careers that are making an impact. She has a Phd in Developmental Biology in 2007 at the Max-Planck in Dresden Germany.In this episode she talks about the highs and los she experienced throughout her journey.As a born Lebanese and grown up in Sweden and travelled all over most of Europe and done South East Asia backpacking, coupled with finding what she wanted to do and getting it, She has had her share of experience when it comes to personal development. This is why she has a successbeyondthelab.com training business to help people grow.Here is a snipet of her intro page of her website I picked.I believed back then that a PhD degree will magically attract all the opportunities my way. Instead, I graduated into unemployment, confusion and feeling completely worthless. I was very afraid of making the wrong choices and failing when it came to my career. To make a very long and painful story short, after trying out many different careers, countries and cities, I realized what needed to change was not the job but ME. That is how the journey of personal development and coaching began. Working on my mindset was the key that helped me overcome most of my obstacles and achieve my personal and professional goals . That is why I am today training and coaching scientists in doing the same, developing a growth mindset in combination with learning all the career development skills to launch their dream careers.Check out her profile on LinkedIn to find out more about an upcoming free session on 15th September 2022Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Amani Said is a career coach and trainer on a mission to empower as many scientists as possible in launching dream careers that are making an impact. She has a Phd in Developmental Biology in 2007 at the Max-Planck in Dresden Germany.In this episode she talks about her earlier journey after getting into a Phd and the journey to becoming a Scientist's Career CoachAs a born Lebanese and grown up in Sweden and travelled all over most of Europe and done South East Asia backpacking, coupled with finding what she wanted to do and getting it, She has had her share of experience when it comes to personal development. This is why she has a successbeyondthelab.com training business to help people grow.Here is a snipet of her intro page of her website I picked.I believed back then that a PhD degree will magically attract all the opportunities my way. Instead, I graduated into unemployment, confusion and feeling completely worthless. I was very afraid of making the wrong choices and failing when it came to my career. To make a very long and painful story short, after trying out many different careers, countries and cities, I realized what needed to change was not the job but ME. That is how the journey of personal development and coaching began. Working on my mindset was the key that helped me overcome most of my obstacles and achieve my personal and professional goals . That is why I am today training and coaching scientists in doing the same, developing a growth mindset in combination with learning all the career development skills to launch their dream careers.Check out her profile on LinkedIn to find out more about an upcoming free session on 15th September 2022Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Amani Said is a career coach and trainer on a mission to empower as many scientists as possible in launching dream careers that are making an impact. She has a Phd in Developmental Biology in 2007 at the Max-Planck in Dresden Germany.In this episode she talks about her PhD experience in Germany as someone who grew up in Sweden and of Lebanese origin.As a born Lebanese and grown up in Sweden and travelled all over most of Europe and done South East Asia backpacking, coupled with finding what she wanted to do and getting it, She has had her share of experience when it comes to personal development. This is why she has a successbeyondthelab.com training business to help people grow.Here is a snipet of her intro page of her website I picked.I believed back then that a PhD degree will magically attract all the opportunities my way. Instead, I graduated into unemployment, confusion and feeling completely worthless. I was very afraid of making the wrong choices and failing when it came to my career. To make a very long and painful story short, after trying out many different careers, countries and cities, I realized what needed to change was not the job but ME. That is how the journey of personal development and coaching began. Working on my mindset was the key that helped me overcome most of my obstacles and achieve my personal and professional goals . That is why I am today training and coaching scientists in doing the same, developing a growth mindset in combination with learning all the career development skills to launch their dream careers.Check out her profile on LinkedIn to find out more about an upcoming free session on 15th September 2022Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Amani Said is a career coach and trainer on a mission to empower as many scientists as possible in launching dream careers that are making an impact. She has a Phd in Developmental Biology in 2007 at the Max-Planck in Dresden Germany. In this episode she talks about her earlier journey before getting into a Phd.As a born Lebanese and grown up in Sweden and travelled all over most of Europe and done South East Asia backpacking, coupled with finding what she wanted to do and getting it, She has had her share of experience when it comes to personal development. This is why she has a successbeyondthelab.com training business to help people grow.Here is a snipet of her intro page of her website I picked.I believed back then that a PhD degree will magically attract all the opportunities my way. Instead, I graduated into unemployment, confusion and feeling completely worthless. I was very afraid of making the wrong choices and failing when it came to my career. To make a very long and painful story short, after trying out many different careers, countries and cities, I realized what needed to change was not the job but ME. That is how the journey of personal development and coaching began. Working on my mindset was the key that helped me overcome most of my obstacles and achieve my personal and professional goals . That is why I am today training and coaching scientists in doing the same, developing a growth mindset in combination with learning all the career development skills to launch their dream careers.She having Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Laura Harris, is the Biological advisor at NeuroX1 where she is a Part-time advisor on bioinformatics pipelines to support drug discovery. When this interview was conducted, she was the Senior Bioinformatics Scientist where she played the role of Establishing and implementing bioinformatics pipelines to support drug discovery.In this Episode, she talks about the lows and highs that she has experienced throughout her journey. She also talks about her hobbies and things she does outside the lab.Laura holds a Phd In Biomecial Informatics from Rutgers University where her Dissertation was titled 'Pathway-centric Computational Approach Identifies Molecular Changes Associated with Antibiotic Resistance in Staphylococcus aureus.'Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Laura Harris, is the Biological advisor at NeuroX1 where she is a Part-time advisor on bioinformatics pipelines to support drug discovery. When this interview was conducted, she was the Senior Bioinformatics Scientist where she played the role of Establishing and implementing bioinformatics pipelines to support drug discovery.In this Episode, she talks about her PhD research, Phd journey, being a parent with a career in science and quitting a PhD before starting another one.Laura holds a Phd In Biomecial Informatics from Rutgers University where her Dissertation was titled 'Pathway-centric Computational Approach Identifies Molecular Changes Associated with Antibiotic Resistance in Staphylococcus aureus.'Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Laura Harris, is the Biological advisor at NeuroX1 where she is a Part-time advisor on bioinformatics pipelines to support drug discovery. When this interview was conducted, she was the Senior Bioinformatics Scientist where she played the role of Establishing and implementing bioinformatics pipelines to support drug discovery.In this Episode, she talks about her journey into science, science communication and her experience as a working mother in the United states.Laura holds a Phd In Biomecial Informatics from Rutgers University where her Dissertation was titled 'Pathway-centric Computational Approach Identifies Molecular Changes Associated with Antibiotic Resistance in Staphylococcus aureus.'Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Laura Harris, is the Biological advisor at NeuroX1 where she is a Part-time advisor on bioinformatics pipelines to support drug discovery. When this interview was conducted, she was the Senior Bioinformatics Scientist where she played the role of Establishing and implementing bioinformatics pipelines to support drug discovery.In this Episode, she talks about her journey into science. Initially she though she would go into medicine but the path switched while finishing her undergraduate making her go into research instead.Laura holds a Phd In Biomecial Informatics from Rutgers University where her Dissertation was titled 'Pathway-centric Computational Approach Identifies Molecular Changes Associated with Antibiotic Resistance in Staphylococcus aureus.' Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Dawid Hanak helps organizations achieve net-zero emissions and green energy transition via engineering consultancy. In this episode, he talks about what he does in his downtime and motivatedacademic.comDr. Dawid Hanak is a Senior Lecturer in Energy and Process Engineering at Cranfield University. He received a B.Eng. degree (with distinction) in Environmental and Energy Engineering, and an M.Eng. degree in Power Engineering from Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland in 2012 and 2013, respectively. He also received the M.Sc. degree in Carbon Capture and Transport, and the Ph.D. degree in Carbon Capture Systems Engineering from Cranfield University, Cranfield, the UK in 2013 and 2016, respectively. Dr. Hanak has held research positions at Cranfield University and has been leading process modeling activities in a portfolio of research projects in the areas of Energy Systems and Carbon Capture and Storage. His research interest includes low-emission power generation and industrial processes, sustainable energy systems, fossil fuel power plants retrofits with CO2 capture systems, probabilistic techno-economic performance assessment, and reliability analysis. His expertise is in process simulation and modeling of power generation and CO2 capture systems, and statistical analysis of engineering data. If you want to be Vulnerable on the show, send me an audio message either on speak pipe (https://www.speakpipe.com/VulnerableScientistVoicemail ) or anchor (https://anchor.fm/thevulnerablescientist/message).Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Dawid Hanak helps organizations achieve net-zero emissions and green energy transition via engineering consultancy. In this episode, he talks about the highs he has experienced in his career journey.Dr. Dawid Hanak is a Senior Lecturer in Energy and Process Engineering at Cranfield University. He received a B.Eng. degree (with distinction) in Environmental and Energy Engineering, and an M.Eng. degree in Power Engineering from Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland in 2012 and 2013, respectively. He also received the M.Sc. degree in Carbon Capture and Transport, and the Ph.D. degree in Carbon Capture Systems Engineering from Cranfield University, Cranfield, the UK in 2013 and 2016, respectively. Dr. Hanak has held research positions at Cranfield University and has been leading process modeling activities in a portfolio of research projects in the areas of Energy Systems and Carbon Capture and Storage. His research interest includes low-emission power generation and industrial processes, sustainable energy systems, fossil fuel power plants retrofits with CO2 capture systems, probabilistic techno-economic performance assessment, and reliability analysis. His expertise is in process simulation and modeling of power generation and CO2 capture systems, and statistical analysis of engineering data. If you want to be Vulnerable on the show, send me an audio message either on speak pipe (https://www.speakpipe.com/VulnerableScientistVoicemail ) or anchor (https://anchor.fm/thevulnerablescientist/message).Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Dawid Hanak helps organizations achieve net-zero emissions and green energy transition via engineering consultancy. In this episode, he talks about the lows he has experienced in his science career journeyDr. Dawid Hanak is a Senior Lecturer in Energy and Process Engineering at Cranfield University. He received a B.Eng. degree (with distinction) in Environmental and Energy Engineering, and an M.Eng. degree in Power Engineering from Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland in 2012 and 2013, respectively. He also received the M.Sc. degree in Carbon Capture and Transport, and the Ph.D. degree in Carbon Capture Systems Engineering from Cranfield University, Cranfield, the UK in 2013 and 2016, respectively. Dr. Hanak has held research positions at Cranfield University and has been leading process modeling activities in a portfolio of research projects in the areas of Energy Systems and Carbon Capture and Storage. His research interest includes low-emission power generation and industrial processes, sustainable energy systems, fossil fuel power plants retrofits with CO2 capture systems, probabilistic techno-economic performance assessment, and reliability analysis. His expertise is in process simulation and modeling of power generation and CO2 capture systems, and statistical analysis of engineering data. If you want to be Vulnerable on the show, send me an audio message either on speak pipe (https://www.speakpipe.com/VulnerableScientistVoicemail ) or anchor (https://anchor.fm/thevulnerablescientist/message).Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Dawid Hanak helps organizations achieve net-zero emissions and green energy transition via engineering consultancy. In this episode, he talks about his Ph.D. journey and how he is able to publish 9 papers in 2.5 years as a PhD Student.He talks about Growing up in Poland, taking us through high school and intentionally learning English, Explaining Poland's education system, Working as a Sales Consultant in Solar Panel Power (Renewable Energy), and Erasmus Exchange Programme (EU funded) that helps him do a Double Masters's degree in the United Kingdom and Poland (Carbon-Capture and Transport)/ Power Engineering. Explaining his master's research in designing carbon capture plant and expanding it into a Ph.D. Program which he did in 2.5 years which is a short time with 9 papers published.He is also a Technology Transformation Consultant. He helps technology developers, engineering entrepreneurs, and energy innovators to quantify the feasibility of their technology by providing a unique blend of process design and development, financial modeling, and environmental impact assessment. His full-time job however is being a Senior Lecture in Energy and Process Engineering at the University of Cranfield.Free articles and advice for early career researchers -> https://motivatedacademic.com/Training and coaching for early career researchers -> https://hub.motivatedacademic.com/Free Facebook group -> https://www.facebook.com/groups/phdwellbeingAdvice and live events -> https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawidhanak/If you want to be Vulnerable on the show, send me an audio message either on speak pipe (https://www.speakpipe.com/VulnerableScientistVoicemail ) or anchor (https://anchor.fm/thevulnerablescientist/message).Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Dawid Hanak helps organizations achieve net-zero emissions and green energy transition via engineering consultancy. In this episode, he talks about his earlier journey and how he moved from Poland to the United Kingdom to pursue a career in academia. He talks about Growing up in Poland, taking us through high school and intentionally learning English, Explaining Poland's education system, Working as a Sales Consultant in Solar Panel Power (Renewable Energy), and Erasmus Exchange Programme (EU funded) that helps him do a Double Masters's degree in the United Kingdom and Poland (Carbon-Capture and Transport)/ Power Engineering. Explaining his master's research in designing carbon capture plant and expanding it into a Ph.D. Program which he did in 2.5 years which is a short time with 9 papers published.He is also a Technology Transformation Consultant. He helps technology developers, engineering entrepreneurs, and energy innovators to quantify the feasibility of their technology by providing a unique blend of process design and development, financial modeling, and environmental impact assessment. His full-time job however is being a Senior Lecture in Energy and Process Engineering at the University of Cranfield.Free articles and advice for early career researchers -> https://motivatedacademic.com/Training and coaching for early career researchers -> https://hub.motivatedacademic.com/Free Facebook group -> https://www.facebook.com/groups/phdwellbeingAdvice and live events -> https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawidhanak/ If you want to be Vulnerable on the show, send me an audio message either on speak pipe (https://www.speakpipe.com/VulnerableScientistVoicemail ) or anchor (https://anchor.fm/thevulnerablescientist/message).Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Christianah Oki is a parasitologist and a project officer at One Health and Development Initiative (OHDI), a nonprofit organization in Nigeria that promotes education, advocacy, research, and solutions on correlated issues of human, animal, and environmental health through the integrated One Health approach. She researches and writes informational articles and opportunities on related issues of Conservation, Wildlife, and Climate Change while contributing to the ideation, fundraising, and implementation of relevant conservation projects in the organizationIn this episode, She talks about her hobbies such as writing, songwriting, and dancing.If you want to be Vulnerable on the show, send me an audio message either on speak pipe (https://www.speakpipe.com/VulnerableScientistVoicemail ) or anchor (https://anchor.fm/thevulnerablescientist/message).Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Christianah Oki is a parasitologist and a project officer at One Health and Development Initiative (OHDI), a nonprofit organization in Nigeria that promotes education, advocacy, research, and solutions on correlated issues of human, animal, and environmental health through the integrated One Health approach. She researches and writes informational articles and opportunities on related issues of Conservation, Wildlife, and Climate Change while contributing to the ideation, fundraising, and implementation of relevant conservation projects in the organizationIn this episode, She talks about the highs and lows, future plans of pursuing a Ph.D., and conservancy of pangolins.If you want to be Vulnerable on the show, send me an audio message either on speak pipe (https://www.speakpipe.com/VulnerableScientistVoicemail ) or anchor (https://anchor.fm/thevulnerablescientist/message).Feel free to reach out too if you want to talk about a certain topic in the science career space or anything as a scientist that might have nothing to with science but affects scientists. The podcast is on social media @TVscientistPod and Website; TheVulnerablescientist.com.You can support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thevulnerablescientist) on Patreon or Paypal sarahnyanchera(at)gmail or Mpesa at (254)0718-896-962 under Sarah Nyakeri. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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