In this post, I will discuss creating and strengthening your LinkedIn network. Along the way, I will share examples and tips. Your LinkedIn Network There are two schools of thought on LinkedIn networks: Open to All – connect to as many people as possible, even if you don’t know them A Close One – … More LinkedIn – Your Network
In this post, I will address the meat of your LinkedIn profile, the experience section and skills & endorsements. Along the way, I will share examples and tips. Reminder: Turn off the notifications when you edit these sections. Learn more here. Entries of Experiences My first version of my LinkedIn profile consisted of information … More LinkedIn – The Experience Section
LinkedIn! In a series of four posts, we are delving into LinkedIn and discussing its advantages for science PhDs. In this post, I will go over some basics of the LinkedIn profile – editing your profile, the profile picture, and your professional headline. Along the way, I will share examples and tips. What is LinkedIn? … More LinkedIn – Editing, the Photo, and Marketing Yourself in the Headline
I recently read an article in Science, Saving lives without new drugs, by Jon Cohen. In the article, officials suggest that new drugs might not be the most feasible solution to reducing the 70% fatality rate in Africa to the 25% fatality rate in the Western World, in cases of Ebola. Specialists advocate for MUST, Maximum … More MUST: Maximum Use of Supportive Therapy
LinkedIn! In a series of four posts, we are delving into LinkedIn and discussing its advantages for science PhDs. In this post, I will discuss two popular online platforms used for scientific networking: LinkedIn and ResearchGate. Along the way, I will share examples and insights. Here we go! Without doubt, you must have a LinkedIn … More LinkedIn vs. Research Gate
Exciting news! I was a guest on “Likable Science” from the ThinkTech Hawaii network and talked about my Science article and resilience with Ethan Allen. Great experience! Here is the link to watch the video.
This week Science published my article on my graduate student experience, “Growth from Failure.”