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the story of my science career: passion, flexibility and support
the story of my science career: passion, flexibility and support
the story of my science career: passion, flexibility and support
the story of my science career: passion, flexibility and support
the story of my science career: passion, flexibility and support
the story of my science career: passion, flexibility and support
the story of my science career: passion, flexibility and support
the story of my science career: passion, flexibility and support
the story of my science career: passion, flexibility and support
the story of my science career: passion, flexibility and support
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the story of my science career: passion, flexibility and support

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an overview of my science career for the ResNet event "Ada Lovelace Day: sharing stories of inspiring women" at University of East Anglia on 15th October 2013.

an overview of my science career for the ResNet event "Ada Lovelace Day: sharing stories of inspiring women" at University of East Anglia on 15th October 2013.

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  • 1. My story passion, flexibility and support Dr Julie Decock
  • 2. Master in Biomedical Sciences (4 years)
  • 3. What did I learn along the way? free thinking - open mind troubleshoot – take initiative self-criticism technical/lab skills
  • 4. PhD in Medical Sciences (5 years) from Brussels to Leuven
  • 5. MBC blood and tumour bank
  • 6. 7 first author papers 2 reviews 1 book chapter 4 non-first author papers
  • 7. What did I learn along the way? take initiative networking transferrable skills flexibility persevere support be pro-active
  • 8. PostDoc (5 years) from Leuven to Norwich 2 first author papers 1 review 1 editorial 3 non-first author papers
  • 9.      teaching Cancer biology seminars supervision UG students in the lab seated on University and School committees seated on AS BIO assessment group chair of RS Forum
  • 10. What did I learn along the way? multi-task/multi-project budget management teaching/supervision skills leadership/transferrable skills (UEA, VITAE) be pro-active flexibility support
  • 11. from Norwich, UK to Doha, Qatar  new biomedical institute  1st scientist recruited in Cancer Centre passion, flexibility and support uk.linkedin.com/in/juliedecock/

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