- Ege University, Faculty of Medicine
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Caner, this is an incredibly helpful post-not only the content is great but also your learner-friendly approach! This shows how good an educator you are! Keep up posting! Well done..
It would be great if every Ph.D. student should read this piece Cathal... :-)
From time to time, I have problems receiving e-mails with open-ended requests, or tight deadlines, or without much preparation on the student side. And these do not make things easier in the hectic life of a PI.
Congrats for putting together all the important aspects!
Burak, this is a wonderful piece with practical advice as well as providing a great insight into the issue.
I loved the way you created it in a reader-friendly version.
Congrats and please keep posting!
Thank you Irene and Vlastimil & Anna...
It is so good to see that you carry her torch and continue her missions in the same way possible...
Claudina was a pillar of enthusiasm & hard work & passion for young researchers!
May she rest in peace!
Congratulations to all the prize winners; Merve, Marie, and Jaida!
It is so nice to see that scientists are also involved with art.
And a big thanks to the FEBS Journal Editorial Office for stimulating this every year!
(Chair, FEBS Education Committee)
Such a timely and great post, Francisco!
Thanks for the exceptional content...
Great conference, great program, and a great commemoration!
It is already announced in the Turkish biochemistry and molecular biology community.
We all are looking forward to it!
Great piece of work Duncan!
I am positive that young researchers will benefit from its concise yet beautifully stated content.
What I can add is that they should be careful about not including data items of any type; all the content should be in a graphical form. And the font used should better be a Sans Serif (12-16) for easy reading.
Thanks again for bringing up this important topic!