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In this episode, we hear from Dr. Rinad Beidas, an Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Medical Ethics & Health Policy, and Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She works to  improve the quality of health and mental health services by promoting evidence-based practices in routine care.Dr. Beidas shares her journey growing up, handling family expectations, and finding her passion for accessible treatment (1:00-13:05). She talks about the impact of her personal life with family and mental health on her work (13:05) as well as advice on increasing your productivity (15:20) and networking as a young researcher (17:40). Finally, she gives us her 7 lessons learned as a scientist (24:40) as well as a call to action to use our positions in academia to advocate for social justice (34:10). PhDemystified invites faculty from the University of Pennsylvania to open up about the unspoken struggles of becoming a scientist with interviewers who themselves are early-career researchers. Hosted by MindCORE (the mind and brain center for outreach, research, and education at the University of Pennsylvania), PhDemystified aims to create open dialogue around becoming and being a scientist, as inspired by the worldwide conversation series “Growing Up in Science” from NYU. (Hosted by Lisa Yankowitz; music by scottholmesmusic.com) 
In this episode, we hear from Dr. David Lydon-Staley, a communication scientist who studies our day-to-day behavior as it impacts substance use, emotion regulation, and curiosity. Dr. Lydon-Staley shares his journey from exploring multiple interests as a student to a difficult dissertation process to realizing what he wants from a life in academia (0:50-18:35). He also shares advice for figuring out what you want to do (18:40), his experience as part of the LGBTQ+ community (21:25), how art has impacted his approach to research (23:50), and how he balances life with career goals (26:35).  PhDemystified invites faculty from the University of Pennsylvania to open up about the unspoken struggles of becoming a scientist with interviewers who themselves are early-career researchers. Hosted by MindCORE (the mind and brain center for outreach, research, and education at the University of Pennsylvania), PhDemystified aims to create open dialogue around becoming and being a scientist, as inspired by the worldwide conversation series “Growing Up in Science” from NYU. (Hosted by Laura Zaneski; music by scottholmesmusic.com) 
Today’s episode focuses on dealing with adversity. In a collection of moments from “Behind the CV”, an interview series hosted by MindCORE and the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships, Penn faculty including David Meaney, Michael Platt, Dawn Mechanic-Hamilton, Konrad Kording, and Kathryn Schuler talk about how they handle failure and give advice on reframing rejection and asking for help. PhDemystified invites faculty from the University of Pennsylvania to open up about the unspoken struggles of becoming a scientist. In their interviews, researchers talk honestly about imposter syndrome, facing rejection, asking for help, and more. Hosted by MindCORE (the mind and brain center for outreach, research, and education at the University of Pennsylvania), PhDemystified aims to create open dialogue around becoming and being a scientist, as inspired by the worldwide conversation series “Growing Up in Science” from NYU. (Music by scottholmesmusic.com) For video recordings of the "Behind the CV" interviews, please visit our website: https://mindcore.sas.upenn.edu/behind-the-cv/ 
In this episode, we hear from Dr. Maria Geffen, a brain scientist who studies how we hear and form memories of sounds. During an interview with a live audience, Dr. Geffen shares her journey from a student who made a groundbreaking discovery to becoming a faculty member at Penn. She also shares advice for applying to graduate school, her views on publishing in academia, and reflections on her experiences as a woman in STEM. PhDemystified invites faculty from the University of Pennsylvania to open up about the unspoken struggles of becoming a scientist. In their interviews, researchers talk honestly about imposter syndrome, facing rejection, asking for help, and more. Hosted by MindCORE (the mind and brain center for outreach, research, and education at the University of Pennsylvania), PhDemystified aims to create open dialogue around becoming and being a scientist, as inspired by the worldwide conversation series “Growing Up in Science” from NYU. (Music by scottholmesmusic.com) For video recordings of the "Behind the CV" interviews, please visit our website: https://mindcore.sas.upenn.edu/behind-the-cv/ 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Kathryn Schuler, a linguistics professor and the Principle Investigator of the Child Language Lab at the University of Pennsylvania. In her conversation with a live audience, Dr. Schuler tells her story as a first-generation student navigating the unknowns of academia and shares advice for other students following a nontraditional path.PhDemystified invites faculty from the University of Pennsylvania to open up about the unspoken struggles of becoming a scientist. In their interviews, researchers talk honestly about imposter syndrome, facing rejection, asking for help, and more. Recorded from an interview series "Behind the CV" hosted by MindCORE (the mind and brain center for outreach, research, and education at the University of Pennsylvania) and CURF (the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships), PhDemystified aims to create open dialogue around becoming and being a scientist, as inspired by the worldwide conversation series “Growing Up in Science” from NYU. (Music by scottholmesmusic.com) For video recordings of the "Behind the CV" interviews, please visit our website: https://mindcore.sas.upenn.edu/behind-the-cv/ 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Konrad Kording, a transdisciplinary researcher who studies computational neuroscience and machine learning (among other areas). Dr. Kording talks about his early frustrations with school, how to get hired and enter fields right before they take off, and his advice to young researchers on networking.PhDemystified invites faculty from the University of Pennsylvania to open up about the unspoken struggles of becoming a scientist. In their interviews, researchers talk honestly about imposter syndrome, facing rejection, asking for help, and more. Recorded from an interview series "Behind the CV" hosted by MindCORE (the mind and brain center for outreach, research, and education at the University of Pennsylvania) and CURF (the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships), PhDemystified aims to create open dialogue around becoming and being a scientist, as inspired by the worldwide conversation series “Growing Up in Science” from NYU. (Music by scottholmesmusic.com) For video recordings of the "Behind the CV" interviews, please visit our website: https://mindcore.sas.upenn.edu/behind-the-cv/ 
In this episode of PhDemystified, psychology professor Dr. Sudeep Bhatia talk with a live audience about how studying decision-making has impacted his own choices. He also shares his thoughts on choosing a research question, family pressures, and how he gets the courage to face self-doubt and take risks.PhDemystified invites faculty from the University of Pennsylvania to open up about the unspoken struggles of becoming a scientist. In their interviews, researchers talk honestly about imposter syndrome, facing rejection, asking for help, and more. Recorded from an interview series "Behind the CV" hosted by MindCORE (the mind and brain center for outreach, research, and education at the University of Pennsylvania) and CURF (the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships), PhDemystified aims to create open dialogue around becoming and being a scientist, as inspired by the worldwide conversation series “Growing Up in Science” from NYU. (Music by scottholmesmusic.com) For video recordings of the "Behind the CV" interviews, please visit our website: https://mindcore.sas.upenn.edu/behind-the-cv/ 
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