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(1/n) It's time for our first monthly review of 2019! We have had a fun January at @IndiaBioscience and here are a few #highlights
(2/n) We began a new season of our #podcast series called 'Crafting your Career'. This season will focus on the ecosystem of science careers in India. You can listen to the first episode here - indiabiospeaks.libsyn.com/cyc-01-introdu… #careerdevelopment #sciencecareers #craftingyourcareer
(3/n) The second episode in our #podcast series discusses the best ways to identify our own skills, interests and values and using the knowledge so gained to make an informed career decision indiabiospeaks.libsyn.com/crafting-your-…
(4/n) We are working on the next episode, which will see some of these principles in action, and hope to release it soon! You can subscribe to the entire series on our Libsyn page, linked here - indiabiospeaks.libsyn.com
(5/n) #ResearchHighlight from India in January - @BugSpeaks, a new initiative by @LeucineRichBio aims to use information gleaned from the human gut microbiota to predict disease risk and provide personalized health recommendations. indiabioscience.org/news/2019/bug-…
(6/n) #ResearchHighlight from India in January - What role does the Y-chromosome play in the regulation of anxiety and stress response in males? Researchers from @ccmb_csir and @csiriict investigated this question indiabioscience.org/news/2019/unde…
(7/n) The next young investigators meeting #YIM2019 is just around the corner, and in anticipation, we asked the YI's attending meeting to share their experience setting up their labs and research careers in India. Here are a few of these stories - indiabioscience.org/columns/journe… #JOYI
(8/n) Priyanka Singh @PS_lab @IITJodhpur wrote about the importance of good administration, funding and scientific competence in ensuring an 'excelling scientific society' #academictwitter #academia #JOYI indiabioscience.org/columns/journe…
(9/n) Anand Krishnan from @IISERPune wrote about his experience and approaches to teaching organismal biology to undergraduates, going back to the first principles and encouraging students to think independently #JOYI #education #organismalbiology indiabioscience.org/columns/journe…
(10/n) Involving undergraduates in research projects enriches their education and brings fresh ideas into the lab, as discussed in this #JOYI article by @sravUpp and Divya Uma from @azimpremjiuniv #education
(11/n) For a young researcher, support from mentors as well as a nurturing environment in the host institute is key to setting up a successful lab, as discussed by Trinath Jamma from BITS Pilani Hyderabad Campus in this #JOYI article indiabioscience.org/columns/journe…
(12/n) "It won’t be an exaggeration to say that for every student who is awarded a PhD, the mentor should be awarded a degree in psychology as well." Geetanjali Sundaram @uniOFcalcutta discussed strategies for mentoring a "happy lab" indiabioscience.org/columns/journe…
(13/n) Kaushik Biswas from Bose Institute, Kolkata wrote about dealing with self-doubt and transitioning from several years post-doc abroad to setting up an independent lab in India #academia #AcademicTwitter #ScienceCareers indiabioscience.org/columns/journe…
(14/n) How easy is it to make the transition from basic scientist to clinical researcher? Priyanka Upadhyai from @ManipalUni wrote about her experience navigating this boundary in this #JOYI article indiabioscience.org/columns/journe…
(15/n) Coming to #education, we discussed how school and college students can be encouraged to participate in active science by including citizen science based field observations in the curriculum @krushnamegh @ncfindia @birdcountindia indiabioscience.org/columns/educat…
(16/n) Can playing cards be used as pedagogical tools to teach evolutionary concepts? This article discusses the "Phylo Card Game" by @OUArtsSciences which can be used to teach landmarks in plant #evolution #education #pedagogy indiabioscience.org/columns/educat…
(17/n) And today, we are at @unescorcb with a day-long workshop on 'Crafting your Career'. Looking forward to interacting with students and gathering feedback on this hands-on-workshop on science careers in India! #careerdevelopment #sciencecareers
(18/n) As always, thank you for all your support, and keep engaging with us on all our platforms. We love to hear from you, so please reach out to us if you have any suggestions or comments on any of our activities.
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