The importance of building your PhD support network
Like all things in life, the PhD experience will definitely be better when the candidate is better supported.
Hello 2021: A recap of my PhD life in 2020
As I am writing this reflection on the first day returning to the lab, I am thinking what should I be looking forward to 2021. There is still a lot of work to be done, before I could compile my work into a thesis for submission. The uncertainty does worry me a little, as the…
Fall into Bioinformatics: Returning as a teaching instructor
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.
This holiday, I learn about self-care
“Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.” – ANNE LAMOTT, AMERICAN NOVELIST
A pilgrim towards phD – Reflection and Recap of the journey so far
Often we thought our efforts are insignificant, yet each small milestone marks the courage that we persevered despite of all hardships and challenges. It’s the end of the year again, which I thought there is no better time for a self-reflection on my Master of Philosophy (MPhil) research candidature so far. Master of Philosophy (MPhil)…