Being a PhD student can be challenging from time to time. But for many of us these challenges can start impacting our mental health. In this article you will learn how to distinguish types of mental problems, what intervention strategies are needed and who to contact in case you are suffering from mental health problems.
Flow cytometry is an excellent tool for studying immune cell populations. But be careful! Sometimes it is not as unambiguous as we would like it to be…. Author: Frederic Risch
The job of a scientist can be stressful from time to time. But what is stress really? Here you will learn more about the biology of stress, how it affects our health and what we can do to get some relief in stressfull times.
The ImmunoSensation2 Cluster offers a variety of courses and grants supporting early career scientist. Our new infographic summarizes some of these offers for you!
Supervising students is part of every doctoral researcher’s job. Clearly, this task has its advantages and disadvantages. But what are those and what can you do to become a better supervisor? In Laura’s article, you’ll find out.
Different countries have diverse ways of conducting research. But how different is it in countries like the Netherlands and Germany (Radboudumc vs. LIMES), which are geographically close to each other? Let’s find out.
Laughing is the best form of therapy! But what is the science behind laughing? In this arrticle you will find out what we can learn from tickeling studies in rats and why laughing is important for our mental health!
Studying can be really hard! But here are some tips and tricks to help you remember things better – start hacking your brain!
Learn from Nóra Balzers experiences during her PhD coming from a bioinformatician background and starts working in the wet lab!
PhD life is stressful. Fatherhood is difficult. Now add a global pandemic on top and you will imagine what Emad is going through. Although every hardship has its rewards and a loving family sure helps you through it!