This year being present physically in many national or international conferences has not been possible due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While all of us a grappling with the new normal due to the pandemic, this unprecedented situation has paved way to virtual conferencing.
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The longer I am in the PhD programme, the more I am exploring research identity.
So, who am I?
I was told there is a similar group working on the same project as us while I was still analysing the data, and the group was close to publishing their work.
I thought I will never be a victim of RSI, because all I do, is sit in front of the computer whole day and code. What could go wrong?
This is the same workshop which I attended in 2016 when I was a second year undergraduate, where I started learning about the world of bioinformatics. Fast forward to three years later, I am returning to the same workshop, this time as a teaching instructor.