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Women in Research at #LINO19: Noelia Fernández from Argentina

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research at #LINO19: Noelia Fernández from Argentina

In an interview with Ulrike Böhm, 2019 Lindau Alumna Noelia Fernández from Argentina talks about her scientific path, her struggles and career goals. Enjoy the interview with Noelia!

Women in Research at #LINO19: Jana Lasser from Austria

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research at #LINO19: Jana Lasser from Austria

#LINO19 Alumna Jana Lasser from Austria talks about her career path, her favourite projects and more in this interview with Ulrike Böhm.

Women in Research at #LINO19: Whitney Costello from the USA

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research at #LINO19: Whitney Costello from the USA

#LINO19 young scientist Whitney Costello from the USA interviewed by Ulrike Böhm about her career path, her passion for science, her struggles and successes.

„Nur weil ich zum richtigen Zeitpunkt am richtigen Ort war“: Der Umgang mit dem ‚Hochstapler-Syndrom‘

Maria Żurek

„Nur weil ich zum richtigen Zeitpunkt am richtigen Ort war“: Der Umgang mit dem ‚Hochstapler-Syndrom‘

#LINO19 Nachwuchswissenschaftlerin Maria Żurek schreibt über das ‚Hochstapler-Syndrom‘ und wie dieses innere Monster bekämpft werden kann.

Maria Żurek

“Only Because I Was at the Right Place at the Right Time” – Dealing with Impostor Syndrome

#LINO19 young scientist Maria Żurek writes about impostor syndrome in science and how to fight this psychological phenomenon.

How to Leverage Mentor-Protégé Partnerships: Some Helpful Advice

Alaina G. Levine

How to Leverage Mentor-Protégé Partnerships: Some Helpful Advice

Alaina G. Levine on strategies and tactics for development, cultivation and management of mentor-protégé partnerships.

Jalees Rehman

Physician-Scientists: An Endangered Species?

Can excellent scientists be excellent physicians at the same time?

Lou Woodley

Don’t make me eat my words – I’m a scientist!

Something that I’ve been thinking about a lot in the past month or so is whether scientists are “anti-social”, particularly with respect to adopting online tools and social media, many of which are designed to promote greater collaboration. Are scientists restricted by the research cycle, which encourages researchers to hold data close to their chest […]

Ashutosh Jogalekar

Science, society and speculation: Life after the Nobel Prize

Most of us know about the prize-winning work of this year’s Lindau Nobel Laureates, but how many of us keep track of what they did after winning the coveted honor? Scientists’ lives after the Nobel Prize change dramatically. As former Lindau attendee Richard Ernst put it, they are now expected to be oracles on everything […]