Beth talks blood: Part 1

What is blood?Blood is actually a tissue, its made up of a variety of different cells with different purposes! It’s a very important bodily fluid in humans and other animals that deliverers necessary substances such as nutrients and oxygen to the cells and transports metabolic waste products away from those cells [1-2]. Blood is essentialContinue reading “Beth talks blood: Part 1”

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’”

Why I’m doing a PhD in cardiovascular disease…

What is a PhD? A PhD (doctorate of philosophy) is a postgraduate doctoral degree, which is awarded to students who complete an original thesis offering a significant new contribution to the knowledge of their field. In the UK, a PhD project is typically 3-4 years full time and 5-7 years part-time. A PhD project is quiteContinue reading “Why I’m doing a PhD in cardiovascular disease…”