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…from Tasha Sample size calculations…they are the bane of my existence! Technically it should be so easy. Choose the alpha, the power, punch in some other relevant numbers to determine effect size and waza! A number is spit out that is the number I need to recruit! However, I find that the actual process isn’t [...]
Today’s very special guest post is from Luke Parkitny. Luke is an PhD student at NeuRA (Neuroscience Research Australia) who is just starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel – in a good way as he will submit his thesis in August! The average scientist isn’t just a white-coat who [...]
This week we have a special post from a guest writer – Suzanne Merkus – who is a PhD Fellow from the International Research Institute of Stavanger in Norway and the EMGO Institute at the VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam. Suzanne is a long-time fan of The ICECReam and we are long time fans [...]
…from Tasha So last week I had a completely useless week work-wise. I got lots of little things done and had some big life events (I’m an Australian citizen now!!) but I really didn’t complete what I thought I would. The ironic thing is that last week I had finally felt like I had caught [...]
…from Zoe From what I can tell most people sign up to do a PhD with little to no knowledge of what the ‘job’ entails. I too was one of those souls that ventured down the PhD path and despite watching colleagues seemingly breeze through the 3 to 4 years, it was only through my [...]
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