Postgraduate students blog about their current research, public engagement work, activities away from University and life as a student in Edinburgh.
I'm an online Masters student in Global Health and Infectious Diseases; and thanks to the Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarship for helping me get started. Simultaneously, I’m a Health and Development professional based in Nigeria and I love reading, writing, travelling, playing board games and lots of music! Scroll through my notes to get a glimpse of my Edinburgh online journey.
Having completed a MSc by Research in Integrative Neuroscience at the University of Edinburgh, I am now in the first year of my PhD in Neuroscience based at the Centre for Neuroregeneration in Edinburgh. Read my blog to take a look behind the scenes of postgraduate study and student life in one of the UK's most prestigious universities.
I am in the third year of a PhD in Biomedical Sciences (Integrative Physiology). When I am not in the lab, I enjoy experimenting with different recipes in the kitchen, practicing yoga (there's nothing like a good downward-facing dog!) and travelling when I can.
I'm in the 4th year of my PhD in the Edinburgh Cancer Research Centre. When I tell people I do cancer research, the immediate reaction is always 'Wow! that's amazing!' but what is life as a PhD student doing cancer research really like? Find out here!
I am a third year PhD student on the Tissue Repair programme specialising in Reproductive Health. I studied in Edinburgh to gain my Bachelor's degree in Medical Sciences and loved the Uni and city so much I decided to stay on for my further research. Outside of the lab I enjoy socialising with my friends, salsa dancing, dabbling in sports such as Tennis and swimming and have recently started baking as a hobby! My blog takes you through the major challenges I have faced so far, will give you a brief idea of what goes on in the life of a PhD student and how I keep busy in my spare time. I hope you enjoy the read!!!