Interviews

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  1. Claire Le Pichon. Image credit: Jeremy Swan

    First Paper as PI: Claire Le Pichon

    An experience in industry can provide a new perspective on how to run a lab as a group leader.
  2. A group of people standing together. Image credit: Public domain

    Mental Health in Academia: “I'm sure that sometimes I miss the signs”

    A lab manager discusses how to support lab members, especially during fieldwork.
  3. Kate Jones and Maizy Jenner. Image credit: Kate Jones

    Mental Health in Academia: The unseen role of technicians

    Both undergraduate and postgraduate students with mental health issues often turn to technicians for wellbeing support.
  4. A scientist in a lab. Image credit: Public domain

    Mental Health in Academia: “No one likes to see friends suffering”

    A postdoctoral researcher discusses how past experiences shaped the daily support they provide in the lab.
  5. Kota Mizumoto. Image credit: Ardalan Hendi

    First Paper as PI: Kota Mizumoto

    Tailoring your supervision style to fit individual students can be challenging, but watching their confidence grow and hearing about their ideas is rewarding.
  6. Anthony Vecchiarelli. Image credit: Pusparanee Anne Hakim

    First Paper as PI: Anthony Vecchiarelli

    Collaborating with other labs can lead to new and unexpected avenues of research.
  7. Hayley Sharpe

    First Paper As PI: Hayley Sharpe

    Changing fields increases your chances of establishing your own research niche.
  8. Manuel Kaulich sitting on a bench

    First Paper As PI: Manuel Kaulich

    Taking risks can make a new group leader’s career.
  9. Interview: Efraín Rivera-Serrano

    Working in research provides Efraín Rivera-Serrano with opportunities to inspire others to consider higher education and a career in science.
  10. Izumi Fukunaga viewing the Okinawan cherry blossoms

    First Paper As PI: Izumi Fukunaga

    Time management can be a challenge for a new faculty member – but the science is rewarding.