After getting a degree in neuroscience, there are many exciting career options available to you. Some people choose to stay in academia, while others may want to explore jobs in industry, science communication, or policy. A science degree is highly valued in a variety of sectors and companies, which can be easily forgotten by graduates. Therefore, […]
Archives for April 2016
Successful SIRS conference for Cambridge PhD students.
Earlier this month, a delegation of Cambridge researchers attended the 5th Biennial Schizophrenia International Research Society conference in Florence, Italy. The conference was attended my more than 1,800 schizophrenia researchers from across the globe and across disciplines as varied as machine learning and epidemiology. The opening plenary was given by Susannah Cahalan, author of the New […]
PhD retrospective with Emily Ruzich
We would like to extend a huge congratulations to Dr. Emily Ruzich who recently completed her PhD, which was supervised by Professor Simon Baron-Cohen and Dr. Howard Ring at the Autism Research Centre. We caught up with Emily to ask her about her research into the distribution of autistic traits in the general and autistic populations. Could you […]