Beth talks blood: Part 2

Blood is constantly being made by the cells inside our bone marrow. This means our bodies can usually replace any blood lost through small cuts or wounds. However, when a lot of blood is lost through larger wounds it needs to be replaces via a blood transfusion (donated by other people). In 1628 British physicianContinue reading “Beth talks blood: Part 2”

COVID-19 & Platelets

I’m sure you’re overwhelmed with the amount of information out there about the current coronavirus outbreak but while it can be overwhelming, it’s really great to see the work that scientists are doing to tackle this outbreak. Having information that’s readily available to the general public is great and helps to bridge the gap betweenContinue reading “COVID-19 & Platelets”

My PhD application journey…

I’m halfway through my 2nd year of my PhD which sounds mad, I never thought I’d ever end up doing a PhD. I recently gave a STEM Ambassador career talk to a group of A-level biology students and I thought I’d share my PhD application journey with you all. I have to say my PhDContinue reading “My PhD application journey…”

My PhD project…

As you’ll find with a lot of research, certain projects can be confidential, particularly if it is novel or has a novel technique/model involved.  That’s the case with my project, I’m unable to discuss data and findings until it’s published so I’m going to give a general background of my PhD project.  In my ‘AboutContinue reading “My PhD project…”

Tinnitus Tuesdays: ‘Zoom Fatigue’

It’s week 8 of lockdown here in the UK and that’s meant that a lot of us are working from home and now more than ever we are using video calling for pretty much everything. While video calling is a great use of tech and allows us to see those we cannot physically be with,Continue reading “Tinnitus Tuesdays: ‘Zoom Fatigue’”

Acing that journal club presentation

If my Instagram post has led you here then you’re probably looking for advice on how to ace that journal club presentation. Everyone has a different way of working so what might work for me may not work for you but it’s great that you’ve found yourself here and want to learn, and hopefully thisContinue reading “Acing that journal club presentation”