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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

08:11 min | Last month

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Hi this week. On papa phd. I have the great pleasure of bringing you a conversation about life balancing graduate school with ketchup park during the interview. Catchy shared how during her phd and post doc. She made sure to stay true to her. Life plans namely those related to building a family while working toward her goals scientifically. We also talked about how she dealt with the pressures and fears young. Researchers want to start a family still experience today in about her career journey so far and before going on with interview and without spoiling too much right away. I just want to let you know that there's something special for you in today's mid roll so at the middle of the interview. I'm going to be talking about something. That's quite exciting to me. That i hope will be quite interesting to you. So be sure to stick around so two things When i can hold out that was it so so make sure i turn that off. I got it doesn't really always successful. But that was at least what i tried to do. And the truth is it was more of fear of reprisal in fear of loss not needs. I didn't actually lose opportunities. i was afraid i would. Actually i remember going to back. I had the kids with me. And i had the young one. He was just a baby. And i remember getting an award and i think that people were looking at the judging they were like. Oh okay this is possible. So i felt people could see okay. It is possible that you can now. It's a really nice thing to see. Being like iraq. I i would have been welcome to pop up. Each de we david mendez the podcast where we explore careers and life after grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in a world of constantly evolving rules. Get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of papa. Phd welcome to this week's episode of papa. Phd today with me. I have katya park katya did her. Phd in molecular neuroscience at university of toronto. She defended when she was seven months pregnant with her third son. Her post doc was in molecular mechanisms involved in traumatic brain injury and then she was the director of the neuro vascular research team at a private health clinic wanting to get a broader wanting to get a broader picture of how things work left after lab and worked at the ministry of health. She currently manages a team of researchers and evaluators at the ministry of seniors at the ministry for seniors and accessibility. She misses science though. And the conversations involved yeah. She misses science though in the conversations involved so she and her husband also neuroscientist have started their own scientific consulting company. Welcome to papa. Phd got ya. Thank you very much. So i'm really glad to have you here and well one of the things that that That i wanted to to cover today. It stated in your intro. Which is that you defended when you were seven months pregnant with your third child so this means you went through your with two kids already right. We can talk about that a little bit later but Or maybe you can start there but It'd be great to give the listeners. A little overview of what your academic patrick journey. Was she talk a little bit about that. Yeah yeah sure. So i started did my undergrad and i took your up. And they went troubling and then i did my masters And then i hear and i Worked at another loud a worth. I thought it was going to do my phd. But that didn't end up happening. So i came to another lab. I'm also university of tokyo and it was a very big erase successful very competitive about When i started there i would see my now husband and we ended up getting married and we about midway through. I had my first child by botts also had two kids as well and But other people laugh. I don't believe anyone else lab at that. Time did have children so it was a bit of an animal and there weren't people the sort of say. Hey do you have kids. How does this work. But that's okay. I also didn't because working fairly competitive love. I had very much the attitude that you keep hearing these little things. I didn't ask you how children's why do i have to do for you. So it very much was like okay. So i have children but you know what i'm just gonna keep going and nobody needs to know about it and i can keep going and it actually took years to be able to talk about them in a professional manner and i made the not so good decision to take four months off with the first child. That was way too short. He was specifically respite until he was six pencils. My husband would bring it will allow breastfeeding clinic. And i would go down in the middle of the day. Not tell anyone where i was going and feed them and then but It was hard. It was very very hard But then we had another kid and it was lovely but two months later on seconds and still kept going ahead six months off with him I was working on a project that i was which to second author on and that was well co first author listed second and that was checking. But i just let it go i have. I've got these two great kids. That's fine just going to keep doing the best. I can and the truth. Is somebody else step in for me. When when i was working so at the time. It was heartbreaking looking back. It's like you know what it's it's not a big deal. I mean yes you may have worked on it but so did someone else And i think for many people when they're when a decision or if they have children they're like oh i'm gonna lose everything you don't lose everything you you still have your publication and many people in the world don't have publications and Yeah so so and and you still have these little kids at home but daycare closes at six. So i would remember running the daycare. At six o'clock. One of us would have to run home to get the kids and also doing his phd at the time and get the kids go home make dinner but of course it's allowed some things. Don't stop running the bed and then run back to the lab and and be there in eleven or twelve. And i'm back home and then start again the next day So often i get a lot of i. Would you get a lot of cold sorts of two weeks and have another outbreak Just keep going and Yeah i remember when we were thinking about having another one. My mom was like please. Can't you just finish your degree before you have another one so when we return returning the corner it's like oh it looks like i'll be able to finish them. We bring it again. And i actually didn't tell anyone in the lab that i was expecting. It was fairly obvious. But the time i was growing inside of me that i was terrified of what people would say. Because it's like well. Obviously you're serious scientist if you're going to have another baby where priorities No i really enjoyed science. But i also really enjoy family and that's important So I was afraid of losing opportunities because we did decide to grow our family beyond what most people would grow their family setting particularly in a in a high functioning lab. But we still didn't feel like.

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Welcome to partic- katie inky. I'm so glad to be here. I'm really really happy that you here. We talked we've We've had some conversations before this interview and Well before going into the meat of what we're going to talk about Maybe i will just let you introduce yourself. Talk quickly about your your academic journey. You know how why you got attracted to the domain that that you that you studied and then Maybe just a also quickly how. Then you transitioned to the non-academic space. Yeah so i'm i'm originally from southern california small little beach town named called summer land actually and I grew up on the beach. I loved being outside and in the water. Just kind of always fascinated with the ocean Ended up going to uc san diego for my undergraduate degree where i studied A few different things started out. As a pre dental major. Actually i was going to be orthodontist and then decided that that was definitely not for me after quarters of school and ended up switching into a ecology behavior evolution. Because i always love the change. Yeah so i just really liked animals. And i liked the idea of studying something not allowed me to go outside and so i did that. Search majored in. that's when i graduated. I had no idea what i wanted to do though. I didn't really know what a career meant with that kind of a major a lot of direction. I just knew that. I liked science. And i really liked communicating science of love talking to people about what i had learned

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

04:18 min | 2 months ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"And it's time to brainstorm so don't hesitate now talking about things changing in this week's episode my guest katie. Whitmer struggle talks about all that has changed for her in these last two years professionally and about how she dealt with the sudden change and uncertainty the covert pandemic brought onto the industry. She works in and onto her own career journey. Because i always liked teaching. I did seek out extra teaching opportunities and curriculum development opportunities as a student not. Everybody does that not everyone's interested in that but that to rate that all countless professional experience i was in charge of developing a curriculum four courses as a phd student. I can write that on my on my on my resume. I can right. I have curriculum development experience. And i have been doing it for the last five years. Was my job title learning experience designer like it is now no but that's exactly what i was doing and not role so so many of the other tasks that we do have resume line items. That are a big deal really valuable in the corporate world. Welcome to papa. Phd with david mendez. The podcast where we explore careers in life after grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in a world of constantly evolving rules. Get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of pop each. Welcome to this week's episode of papa. Pg this week. I have with me. Katie wieder mice trumbull. Katie loves to spend time outdoors with her husband and dog and believes that she has mastered baking the perfect chocolate chip cookie. She holds a phd in environmental science from the university of texas el paso where she combined the social and natural sciences to study conservation of endangered sea-turtles giddy has a strong background in from in informal education..

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

07:55 min | 5 months ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Like your wounded the visual system one billion connections. How does it ever organize itself. And then you think okay. Let's do a study what we look. Let's look at some of the actively. Now nobody's ever going to ask for. That is an episode because they don't understand exists. But what you do is you take the same example. Say food shows the guy harrison street market in the middle of no way in the middle of the country. You calling pronounce. And it's amazing and i'm going to show it to you and you wouldn't but i'm head shirt and that's almost exactly what i am going to traveling food. Neuroscience shot this. Welcome to pop up. Each day with david mendez the podcast where we explore careers in life after grad school with guests who have walked road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place. In the world of constantly evolving rules get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of the phd. And now without further ado let some pride into my conversation with wilf nelson high. I am with nelson. I am a phd research at the center for human brain health at the university of birmingham in the uk england. I'm in the center of england. Nee robin hood nottingham. That's kind of a model of our where i live for. Anybody who doesn't have a great knowledge of english trophy. I am research in multi. System regulation ambition. You'll brain is not always active. it's likes to inhibit and regulate areas that it's not using or does the need to use and i work a lot on the mechanics of how that works. I'm civic specifically. My phd has taking some of debase findings. That were really important. At the beginning of my phd. You know the papers you get given on week one day one untold read. I'm then we've taken some of those because they're in quite controlled artificial settings to try and tease out. What it's a fat looks like. And we've been applying to more and ecologically valid or realistic scenarios. So that's the general spiel of me as a researcher. I also run a neurosurgeon shown. Which i've been growing the last couple of years. I'm we'll talk a bit about that. Because it kind of translates about where i shifted and my interesting perspective. I had containment that tend to send it quite like apparently. Yeah actually. that's something. I really really want to talk about because you know doing that. Whilst you're you're leading your pc research and you're working towards your degree and i am really curious to to hear and we'll talk about it during our conversation to hear about how you're fitting that into your you know onto into your routine. How also echoes. That is having in your experience as a pt researcher so super super interesting the end and happy to have you on pop each d- And you haven't mentioned it yet. But the podcast that you run is called watercooler neuroscience and you actually small vacation network. I run multiple shows. That's going to say. Also we became a network. Wants i now did is full time. We have think fast. So if you wanna fifteen minute episode week and you don't have time to listen to a whole hour long discussion between me and guest. You can pu- think fast and we take. What was the most popular. Paul which is the current research section of my show and we made that into its own show with people around the world. I wanna talk to so yeah. I became a network which was really cool to get doing. Because i guess i guess we'll talk about it. So one of the things that shifted from my phd to my running around the business. Vote on and i am writing up my dissertation. I thinking candidates cooled only station in the uk. Uk's called right here. I don't know what the recipe times off the rest of the world i started. I'm literally the agreement on my contract. So i have a contract for my phd as many people do and it says i cannot work another full time job alongside. My page state and my supervisor was very supportive. I'm sued public engagement with some thing that i was good at and he told me literally. You are good at this. Go dude s. which is a nice endorsement. But i couldn't do it thirty forty hours a week going to get people so i do it slowly. I was only allowed. I was actually a wednesday afternoons. And if he told me. I had to do something. I had to do it. That was the agreement. I'm not fine. That was i was doing a fulltime must supervise and he's taken responsibility to get me fruit and he's done really well. It looks like struck a balance. Right of okay. There's something that's urgent on the research side. You put you put the project. You're you know the podcast on the back burner. Take care of that and then come back. It looks really really interesting. It's great that your your your supervisor had that flexibility and also identified that this is something he's good at question do does Does your lab or did digital app see some echoes of of the work. That you're doing too because if you were talking about research may be you. Were talking about your research. i'm not. I'm not certain because i haven't heard all the episodes now. What was your was your. No there was nothing related to your research. Now because as we were building upon my experiments we had one that went to rome and nocco presented at the human brain. Mapping conference in romans. Already nice reception people. Rave i'm inhibition and regulation work particularly. How do is quite rare piece of work and we are in these field. And i like working in each field but we on a huge mainstream top pick like mirror neurons or looking at functional connectivity for those you know what. Those topics are in neuro science. So why i was doing it. We were still building up. And we still actually have over half of my phd writing up and getting ready for publication. So one of the rules to hugh if anybody here is neurons. Wants to come on my show once getting contact please do. I'm very friendly. You have to be one. Peer reviewed neuroscientist in a lab industry or university. But you have got to be in. A professional laboratory worked in one way. You are reviewed. I'm the is will only talk about published work talk about what is impress all talk about what has been going over but win the case of mind where we're still looking how that answers to our analysis and master these feed into each of us. Sometimes we'll look at something and find something very interesting. It will re map. How will we think about all hypotheses hypothesis and that means we go back and we did melissa. So it's a very interesting process. And every time we think close to finishing one the over experiment feed into inside is known in. Are you need to go back and look this new concept this new failures we're building and that happens in niche because you are normally the pioneering in your own sub-field so you don't really read into the paper and go. Oh this is really interesting now. There are other people who do what we do specifically me trying to drill these fairies into the real world make them ecologically valid. There are many people doing now and because of that we couldn't devote because we're still working on it so i'm actually planning at some point to do an episode on me. I might even try and dry supervise into recording me. But i don't know if you'll be comfortable doing now and talk about it but that's nelson and also i. I've said the fav- my favorite part of this job and it is a job but nothing. I think actually talk about that. It's a business and his ruin like a business. Is i get to help my most interesting conversations of the year from running the show. Of course. I got to treat about this with john dylan haynes who is a hero of mine i.

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

04:10 min | 7 months ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Of your life and career and seeing patterns of what makes you satisfied dissatisfied and so on so together with that. I realized that you know. I value no ledge an understanding in as a part of my job. So he knew. I really really wanted that another thing. I wanted to have a discovery understanding and these communication with the new generations. So that kind of put it all in perspective for me. And i said i know that he's going to be very hard but i believe that a job is going to be right for me. Welcome to papa. Phd with david mendez. The podcast where we explore careers.

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"david mendez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"david mendez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On the I. Heart radio looks like voters here in California, now officially rejected what would have been proper 15 to dismantle the 42 year old cap on property taxes. The update to the vote count that came in yesterday showed prop 15 eyes going down just about 48 to 52% since 1978. Of course, we've limited tax increases to 2% a year until a property is sold, ELISA wrote in as we continue to Our veterans this veteran's day about her grandfather, Robert Kinberg Squadron, 77. U. S Navy. He was an aerial gunner and World War two as well as Vietnam and the Korean War 17 when he joined the Navy, still alive and thriving, today's 97 years old Lives in Arizona Golf's twice a week and cares for his 93 year old waif, she says. He's the most amazing man in person I have ever and will ever meet. Battle of Iwo Jima. His plane was shot down. Landed on enemy lines are Marines found them first and rescued his crew. The next flight up We had won the battle Seal Beach Micro down on Instagram Donald More key wants. Toe owner Donald Mork, a 70 year old farm kid from North Dakota saw the Pacific from a battleship. In World War two. I forgot to mention that both of my grandfather's also are in the military. My grand father on my mother's side was in a supply ship that was in the South Pacific through a lot of World War two ad, he says. Her husband is David Mendez served in the Marines for 30 years now serving at L. A unified as an instructor at Crenshaw High also On honorable service there, That's for sure. If you have anybody that you would like to honor on this Veterans Day, let us know you can e mail it to us Senate Social media, Whichever and will make sure that we mentioned them on the air. It's time for swamp watch. Drain this. We're.

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"And once you take the plunge into the job market wage, what factors end up determining where you end up? These are the types of questions. This week's guest Natalia Belichick is interested in and likes to reflect upon In our conversation, we talked about her academic journey and discuss this whole question of navigating the job market as a PhD. Don't try to think about jobs for phds as a separate category of jobs job market is one like oh system in an in this ecosystem. Every one of us has some role to play. It's a bit like a loss of Faith. There are certain rules that govern why certain salaries are higher than others, which is all based on how your value and value of your work is perceived by the rest of the society. I'm just trying to understand how the job market shapes how it evolved. What are the rules and I think this is a more actually the problem of navigation in the job market is a more General problem is not only a problem of phds. Welcome to Papa PhD with David Mendez the podcast where we explore careers and life after grad school with guests who have walked The Road Less Traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world of constantly evolving rules. Get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of pop a PhD. Welcome to this week's episode of Papa PhD this week. I'm really happy to have with me in Italia Belichick. Natalia is an entrepreneur researcher author and philanthropists home. She graduated from the College of inter faculty individual studies in mathematics and Natural Sciences at the University of Warsaw Poland with a Triple M S Title in physics mathematics and psychology wage there after she obtained a PhD in computational neuroscience at the doctor's Institute for brain cognition and behavior in name. Again, the Netherlands in 2018. She launched a public Foundation stick thing. So low is under joke and on trickling aiming to help early career researchers find new careers in Industry. She also owns welcome Solutions a company developing new tools and practices to help Professionals in navigating on the job market and finding or creating their dream jobs..

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"david mendez" Discussed on Podcast Insider

Podcast Insider

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Podcast Insider

"His name is David Mendez, he's Canada Scott podcast called Papa PhD. It is a BI lingual podcast half English half French, and we talk about That, and whether he should do an English or French if he's to versions and how it's working out and where his geographic of people listening to the show. So we'll cut to that now and and then we'll be back with some support stuff after the interview. Everyone I want to welcome David Mendez from Papa PhD podcast insider David Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me years. It's really a pleasure to be talking with you. I've been listening to you on the different platforms Iran and the squawk exciting to be here. Well, thank you for being on and I'm excited to talk to you about your show and Papa PhD. Well, I, guess first of all, let's you've got a unique situation. We'll get into that a little bit later but why don't you give everyone just quick introduction of your background and? Where you're shows based out of and in that information. Okay So I'm based in Montreal Quebec Canada. And the show. The name puppies St I came out of a a need of. Or mission that I had that I had given to myself, which was to start a bilingual podcast and I think we're GonNa talk about that later But I wanted to find a name that was readable in the straight understandable in. English. And French and Papa is a word that works in both languages impeach is understandable university so I went through Papa PhD I'm a dad you know I, have a beach in cell biology although I am not in in science anymore at this time. But the the reason why peachy is important is that on this podcast I talked to people with PG's who are you know who have careers? That that have diverged from science. So they can be academics who also do other things can be lucky interdisciplinary things to do with art or something or like people who are completely completely left academia. So to say and started either their company or you know being. Scientific designers or scientific illustrators or you know medical writers, etc. Etc. and the idea is to showcase due to graduate students out there what possibilities there are after their degree because you know it's numbers have been coming out and at best. Only twenty percent of people starting a PhD end up working in academia later on and. What what happens is that by at the end of of a PhD, a, lot of people are pretty anxious about what am I going to do after after this? Did I lose my time doing a PhD spending three depending on the country's three, four, five, six, seven years of my life and so that that's that's why PhD. And and that's it. I. Mean Montreal. So I'm doing a podcast that has interviews in English and in French. You know It's it's an interesting topic because it's true I I've used.

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"David Mendez The podcast where we explore careers in life after Grad, school guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world of constantly evolving rules. Get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of Papa PhD. So here we are in part two of my interview with a teen about. I hope I'm pronouncing it right, and We had just in part one. We had just learned. How she had during these after threes of had this offer, and she had that she had followed for a job. And we led to her leaving her PhD behind but then after that there's more learning in your in your journey. Learning. You're learning, but also you learning about teaching and learning so can you talk a little bit more in detail of what came after? Now starting with the with the second part of the interview I just would like to remind listeners once more that Using his interview are my own and that they don't represent the Fisher appreciation of the European Commission where I work. So when I started working at this company, well well at the same time. My I was fortunate and I started my family. And then. Is because I had. Studied in Italy I started a diploma and. Bachelor degree in the in Talon Studies in Greece. And well, actually I could. It was too difficult to finish. His wife was working, but at the Susan. Boyd I had a break and. Also I think I was pregnant at the time And the so I was able to finish the degree. M It at the same time had the masters degree studies in education because I because of my interest in 'em in learning ninety Cetera, so I did these Diplo, a master's degree in the Open University in Greece or It remotely in which was also? Good because I could do that? At my spare time, let's say and. So the thing is that the after going back again at the? M I. See myself that I developed more. Appetite for learning as I was growing up super. I mean that Did, they gave us that I was doing my bachelor and my master's. I was I had the. More issues to deal with. At the personal level, it say whereas when I started working and doing. And having my family I more power was released from me for learning. So Y, working or being pregnant? I finished these other two degrees okay. So, that was. For me, that was also another accomplishment than I really. See Myself as. I grew up. Wanting to learn more and sometimes I wish I had these. appetite. During my. But I didn't. But. But I develop them in in this second period. Let sales my life. She named. Sold the the thing. Is that I? Really believe in their Inter, the interdisciplinarity and my my. Price completely interdisciplinary. In in a way that actually I cannot fit anywhere again. It's very typical. So. The thing is that I at the end of that period that is ten years ago, aim. I was also trying to find a job in the European Union because I really believe that the European. Concept and the the principles of. Uniting Europe will for the same goes and goals. And, I was lucky to find his job. Well actually my husband source in Brussels, and then I was able to to follow him, and I started working I in a in a unique that we dealt with the research infrastructures. All, these research infrastructures no. No go ahead. What you Macadamia. What are you using a at Rome? Years that's a research infrastructure, which in Europe actually is funded fifty percent by the European Union cocaine, and it is the inter connectivity between countries for research purposes to exchange day Dow for people to connect an have our one single point for connection and also European. Union is funding the connection or a four. Day data with all the other continence for the USO with New South. America it's address. Oh, I happened to be a unique. That was a I I totally believe in their their objectives and It's amazing. Because they are really providing services to the to the researchers. Eh to do their work from wherever they are, and also in all in all continents, because they are a funding as the connectivity. It's the other kind of of tools for for researchers to us. So I was there and. For three years, was really happy, but then I had them, but the job was not permanent, so I had to change and then I found another job in the research executive agency. There Marie Curie Mercury Oscar. Curie. We have this program which is called my risk Ludovic Curie Actions North Korean that we are funding. Well in the in the unit where I am. We are funding Collaborations of universities and companies that. Form, so they form these console to you, and then they hire young researchers to do their pets. And we have other kinds of programs for people who are doing their. Post doc studies they need to make an application and each year. That.

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

15:24 min | 1 year ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"In part two of my interview with Marie Thomas. We talked about the role. Scientists can play in disseminating sound scientific information. We also went into the concept and process behind the useful science website and podcast and discussed how being director of the Science Popularization Platform fits in Marissa's academic career for actually participated on student newspapers. I was a design editor. So I wasn't a you know typical editor. You might think of but I was doing graphic design and the layout But I got to see the process and how it worked And after that I also participate in undergraduate science journals So those are more established groups that have been around for for a longer time. Abbott those can give you the same kind of skills and maybe even connections to SICOM path eventually. Welcome to pop up each day with David Mendez. The podcast where we explore careers and.

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"david mendez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"david mendez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In guaranteed loans which is far greater than we would have ever thought at this time the mayor of an Illinois suburb of St Louis ordered police to crack down on stay at home scofflaws one turned out to be the mayor's why if Alton Illinois mayor Brant Walker says police called in this weekend to inform him they arrested several people at a local night spot who were in violation of the stay at home order they also told him one of the people they cited was his wife Walker says he told them to treat his wife as anyone else that you should receive no special treatment in a statement later mayor Walker said his wife is an adult capable of making her own decisions and in this case she made a stunning lack of judgment A. B. C.'s can't Martin Richard Cantu ABC news more than projected democratic nominee for president had hoped for a discussion with the sitting president's hands Joe Biden's wish comes true he gets a chance to speak directly with president trump about the global pandemic afterwards she was very complimentary about my position within this primary and and we both agreed we wouldn't go into detail but we do acknowledge that we talk to one another and that if I had more suggestions or if you want to call me he could former vice president is offering up his suggestions while at work in the Obama administration also says he told president trump that the federal response to the outbreak is about taking responsibility also suggesting the president fully implement the defense production act or rand ramp up drug testing among other items being discussed on that phone call Los Angeles telling people there that if they're going to go outside to do some business you got to wear a facemask until now face coverings have been urged here in LA but not mandatory beginning Friday it will be the law that all workers and customers who are doing essential business or Aaron's must be wearing face coverings LA mayor Eric Garcetti we wanted to wait until these were available we can see people now selling them on corners online today saying everyone in grocery stores drug stores restaurants hotels taxis ride shares construction sites and getting gas must wear a face covering Alex down ABC news Los Angeles seven twenty clouds and showers here in by Austin this morning maybe some breaks of sun that's on the optimistic side this afternoon forty eight degrees right now and life is changed here in the United States and right here in Massachusetts as well lot of events getting canceled or postponed others becoming virtual harpoon brewery has announced that its annual harpoon five mile road race on may seventeenth will now be a virtual events that means if you're planning to take part the walk or run on eighty five mile course from your home instead of going to the brewery the five miler is held every year in support of the angel fund which raises money for ALS research an elementary school principal in Ashland bringing dance parties to his students and their families says school remains shut down Michael Carter junior is the principal David Mendez elementary school in Ashland and normally every Friday in the school there's a dance party for students but now that the kids are home the principal is bringing the dance parties to the students we have sent an email out telling people we were going to be doing it and soak sent us requests of who would like to visit and we got in the car with a giant stereo in the last music and have some dancing with the kids and their families Michael says requests are coming in daily from his students and he plans on keeping this tradition going we can't have families gathering in one area one of one family gathered in the driveway or yard everybody's really like keeping to those rules and so as long as four continue to do that we're going to continue to dance for the in Ashland Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio the.

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Veda might just have the answer for you and it probably has something to do with Science Communication and science outreach soda pop up each I'm bringing. We knew a great conversation where we covered Paul's journey into academia as well as his take on what at twenty first century researchers should be ten. On what what. Skills should be part of their arsenal in the current job market. I think people are just not as good as you could blue haired. They are Madeo To See us as someone here to help Bam not in the near future may be two years if it's nine research field. We may be creating a drug immoral or or proving that the central lifestyle is actually very good for people to get healthy for example playing football except except for your knees experienced but here to help the society. I think we should all of. Let's be here. Welcome to pop up each with David. Mendez the podcast where we explore careers and life after Grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world is constantly evolving rules. Get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of Papa. PhD You're before we dive into today's episode. I just WanNa let you know that I've prepared for your resource sheet to help you take a snapshot of Your Currency Situation -Tuation and start defining your profile for the job market in your areas of interest. You can download it by visiting pop each dot com and following the instructions in the website. Footer and I also wanted to let you know that because of some technical issues at the time of the interview with Lindemans microphone her sound. He's not perfect please. He's bear with us and listen on. It'll be worth it so today. We're talking with Paolo Elevator. Blue is currently principal investigator at at the Center for neuroscience and Cell Biology University of Coimbra and an invited assistant professor at the same university. He's also the president of the European OPEAN Society for clinical investigation. The CO founder of the startup might attack. He has a passion for my Takao drill biology in the context of aging shing and lifestyle diseases and for science outreach. Part of his doctoral and post doctoral training was done at the University of Minnesota Duluth. USA where he mixed mitral control research playing soccer for a team called port city and shoveling snow in the winter. I know this reality. -ality really well here in Montreal. His two daughters are gymnasts a trait that. Certainly they did not get from their father. Maybe it's mytalk unreal jeans. Welcome to the show Powell. I'm super happy to have you here. We crossed bats in Coimbra last December in a in a meeting for four doctoral students around careers After the PD. So so I was super happy to meet you there and I'm really really glad to have you on the microphone today. Thank you thank you very much for the dish So Paul just reading your bio. I already have like questions that I'd I'd like to ask you but The first question for the audience out there Would simply be for you to talk a little bit about yourself What your path path? Your journey has been How you got into science and what roads brought you from those first days Being being curious about biology and similar things up to today Doing doing mytalk Andrea Science and science outreach. Will I guess the show has about five hours Salim style. No Fun store so it goes back from mm-hmm to actually my high school. They initially I was thinking going to physical engineering. Because I thought that would on something away away to the Shawnee Nassar Biology something related spice. Then and he's a story of my wife knows the secret. There was a girl in my class. I was really enjoying entered me. I want to go into a health related field and then I thought thought twice. Forget the space now suddenly. I like things with identity the health sciences so I get inside except shoes into going to biology kind of career night school concourse United School anticipated in the meantime that single arrest at school so my land went down the drain but anyway was time who chose. I wanted in college. My first option was actually Gimme going generic at which is kind of strange but it was my first than the day before. I actually still feeling the vipers in my own dime indeed. Bye Bye Birdie Some centuries ago and I was looking at the Lifan courses reversing earlier and I thought did mile chemistry actually looks it seems to me chemistry. We the by biology twelve. This looks like Chelsea's looks nice. Breasts people so I changed and then high injured by so doing four years four five years because of his training I took a degree in biochemistry. Three To sixteen twenty which by the way was accepted saint-marc answered college so I didn't buy evidence in anything else because they it's another twenty. At that time there was no street list year master's I didn't actually got the message So a blind record with PG about food year. I don't know why I have no reason why I really. We decided if I enjoy learning more of our sale. Our houses thought it was really cool. Di- did at the Northern Hill that independence I am a genome at do so many things moving generating achy for us among many other functions. But this was not the topic it was actually exploded. There will in our biology classes or Vikings Wherever you like winner two glasses in mostly would about also all the different pathways in Pampers in my grade? The function of yard working L. Silence More so I approached is is professor. A role in Donnie Moon in blue moon was isolating supposedly one of the best teachers I've ever Niamey was working with Mica. Ponder using some dose Glasgow Studies on sites. How besides Duxing Zeke four Michael Bunger which is in the context of Human Human Disease Looks College and then You accept me for the fellowship. The Portuguese condition percents technology. And during four years I would have these funding so I will do. My studies added edit something different. I do the project that involves the effects of repair can't do protective drug. It was using clinical convertible. He goes governable does affect the Arctic sales from the Russians. beat the Walker. Some some anti purposive. You've delivers blood pressure. So I studied mechanism by which happens studying. Extract the most of my than than investigating was very perfecting because it so in mine we windfall three years so I got a couple of vipers inland. My third year in the third year there was someone else eventually. Also okay so there's always this number of people which I think in my life into a different rebels. I think it's a good lessons that we can have to look decide which people actually change our lives so we got the navy's kindles is a professor at university means. Ken Wallis came to give a signal and he was showing. My Vita. Is that I ever would you. You come to come to my lab. In you use garbled. I tried to leave it or to avoid the toxicity of an anti-cancer in the cancer agents that's used nowadays worldwide. The tools at caveat is actually those So this agent or people treated release agent doxorubicin suffer suffer from acute toxicity in long term books as the as well and there was some some work with below made by mind. Actually short that showed some protective effects can wells with me to go to soda and will a much more deeper steady. We did say molecule. Oh in the night except in in the morning my fourth year. Iran's doing Expense three months. They're snip alone was enough to change my life. In the meantime my mother died which was just that she died. Rights was outside country tree which will actually be Nazi are suffering. The rest is an emphasis. I always say something's going. Life are a wrestles of universe so numerous kind of resonates meaning that there was a strange coincidence so she died in the week whether they have any mental work plans. It was a single week at the three months when I didn't have a single experts or going into that on Sunday Sunday. which allowed me to come up with the little get back on Wednesday yet big infringed were just? Yeah that's interesting anyways anyway. So I finished up work and go we went to Venice. Regression and then can wallace will mean that it could be if I could return there for foibles walk so I finished might be in two years before Gets a Bozo shift from again. The for sensing technology in started going back to the US same lab six months.

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Welcome to episode Twenty Six popper PhD being the last episode of Twenty Nine Thousand Nine hundred instead of an interview and this week. I'm bringing your collection of inspiring full of wisdom the guests of shared so far. I hope you enjoyed them. Having sneak a happy sharing welcome to papa. PhD With David Mendez. The podcast where we explore careers in life after Grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world of constantly evolving rules get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of Papa PhD. I'd really love you the audience to play an active role in the show. So if there's a theme you'd like to see covered on the show or if there's a guest did you like me to interview head over to anchor dot. FM FOR SLASH CAPUCCI and drop us a voice message to be featured on a future episode on the PG see website you can also subscribe to our newsletter and get our resource sheet at the bottom of every page and you can also leave us a written message contacts page. Welcome to the show on episode one. The new Murchison shared about the importance of allowing self to think big when thinking of career opportunities. I think the the first biggest thing would be To to think big about what the possibilities are you know Well I think you know things like like this project. You're working on you know things it's like this podcast really help people to to realize there are a lot of opportunities to raise the go in addition to just you know continuing on academia right. So you know. Don't be scared to kind of be a little bit audacious about what what kind of direction you might be able to go into And to really think about what. What's what's GonNa work for you when it's going to resonate for you And then you know to you know work figuring out how you're gonNA spend yourself how you're going to and how you're GonNa get all personal brand how you're GonNa you know how you're GonNa spin it so that you're the right person to do that. Ah On episode. Two Joel. mccower talked about the importance of staying curious. I you still learning stuff. Yeah I thought I've got a PhD. I'm an intelligent person But when I was doing my MBA. I realized that If you're not not studying something quite rigorously you know. You don't feel union in especially of course I was in my late forties doing my mba as well but You don't Your mind does begin to stagnate so keep leading cause after a year of my MBA. I felt I was twenty years younger mentally again. My agility amd back and that was great you know is a great feeling To I would say just keep letting no matter what it it is do Of course you know Learn about extraterrestrial life. You know If physicals search for extraterrestrial life or learn about anything I think that's really important again. Every opportunity increases you'll network on episode three Mark Roberts shares. Why should never feel like you're stuck professionally? The key mindset is just to keep reminding yourself that if what you're doing say that new job outside Academian started if it doesn't live up to your expectations that doesn't mean that you made the wrong and that somehow failed so you really should have just stayed in academia. Now that's not that you can always leave. That new job can find another the job either in the same field perhaps discovered that field just isn't for you so if something brand new again you're really never stuck in this. You convince yourself you're stuck and so What what I would really recommend is that everybody is their own pep squad? So when things aren't aren't working out just keep telling yourself that things will turn around you one way or another on episode four Rob Hutchison talks about why it's important to identify your strong suits. I I would say to identify what you are good at and what you enjoy doing so they may not not necessarily be the same thing but hopefully future job would contain elements of both and next. I would say start working on your brand early so so this would mean developing your CV and your Lincoln page but also putting together your elevator pitch to summarize your profile. This is something that you should have prepared to recite someone on its opportunities arises and then third I would say. Don't be afraid to take a leap to try new things and do things that scare you like. I mentioned before some people might like the idea of just doing the same old repetitive tasks and over and over again. But if you want to progress in your career keep things interesting and do more meaningful work and makes a real difference whether it be for your clients or for anyone else that I think they need to take risks and put yourself out there. On episode six Fiona Robinson Talks about the importance of finding your passion. If you're doing research I think that the two top things you're at are transferable from that are your critical critical thinking skills and your ability to take a big project rated into pieces analyze those. Get those done tied back together and bring her back to the whole. I think you can do that pretty much. Anyone doing research is being back. Then you can do anything you can. You can take on any kind of challenge. So then it's finding where do you want to put your allergies. What are you passionate about? I know they say you know do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life. Whatever you still have to work? It's not always fun and not everybody gets to work doing what they. But there's gotta be something but you're doing or that you wish you in that that draws on episode seven Philippa Kereta Bauza talks about. Why you deserve to be where your today? Life is really really stressful nowadays in every field so you really stressful but if you are doing winging it is because it deserves and love your child as it's been hard in win nowadays the working. Where'd you live science will? Is Everything Itar and so rest. This will take all these days on episode eight. Emily Blue Roberts tells us what's important to have a side hustle during your PhD. Start doing actual work outside of your role role as a graduate student OR POST DOC By work I don't necessarily mean paid work. Although that is preferable it could be volunteer work but anything just just to gain any kind of experiences outside of your primary one as a researcher As a student as a trainee because working saying if it's a side hustle or a volunteer position or an internship or whatever it is gives you again those additional perspectives That you might be seeking at this this time and you know usually something you can put on your CV. Because a lot of the the fear I think at this stage is around I don't have any work experience. I don't have any reason working experience. All employers are looking for the PhD plus two years. He's Mary's as an entry level position. Well of course we know. That's negotiable right But something you can do while at the same time you're finishing her PhD. You can start that work experience clock even on a part time basis just by reaching out and having some of these other Arab experiences in episode nine killer look shows advice on finding a fulfilling career. Yeah so that is A. It's obviously a huge task to that transition and to even begin to understand what you want to do and I think one of the main things is needs to do. Your research find vocation that is profitable fulfilling but also can provide value to your audience and make you feel like you're making a valuable contribution And that's not always the easiest thing to do but if you do that research in you you have a decent idea that something's actually going to earn your money and filling. That's ninety.

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

15:55 min | 1 year ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Did your family dinner time or beat with schools or drying or whatever find ways of expressing herself because one of the things we know from the literature is that scientists artists that work on trying to convey their messages to lay audiences also become better scientists so doing crack the singing doing doing science. Communication will also give you better insights in your work. And we'll help you solve some of your problems and you becoming better peach. Welcome to Papa. PhD With David Mendez. The podcast where we explore careers and life after Grad school with guests who have walked the road less has traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made.

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"What makes them people impervious to adversity? What kind of superpower do they have that allows them to get up after a major hit and find the willpower to lick their wounds and come up fighting this week? Hugh Mark Rendall tell his story of being the odds and show us how we all have the power of resilience within us. Most people take action or don't take action based off what they think other people are gonNA think about them. And I'm going to hand you the golden ticket right here. The people are not thinking about you. They're thinking about themselves and they're thinking about what you're GonNa do and how that's GonNa make them look so when you really start to focus on why okay. You're doing what you're doing and what you want to deal with life and you stop thinking about what other people are thinking. which is themselves you can get really really intentional? And really really clear on what you WanNa do and you can live a life of purpose. Welcome to Papa. PhD With David Mendez. The podcast asked where we explore careers and life after Grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world of constantly evolving rules. I get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of the PhD. I'd really love you the audience to play an active role in the show. So if there's a theme you'd like to see covered on the show or if there's a guest you'd like me to interview head over to Anchor Dot FM for Slash Papa PhD and drop us a voice message to be featured on a future Peter Episode on the Buffet Peach website you can also subscribe to our newsletter and get our resource sheet at the bottom of every page and you can also leave us a written message in our contacts page. H welcome to the show. Mark Rendall is a licensed masters in social work and a licensed chemical dependency counselor. He's also a keynote speaker. A clinical interventionist author.

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

15:51 min | 2 years ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"So make sure you give yourself the chance to attend events to go to seminars in domains that interests you but are outside of your area of research meaning and fulfillment in this episode we'll be hearing from Seti Roger Shake run about the different stages that brought him from the bench to the global health arena when beings are not I mean unless you're super talented getting it right the first time pretty much unlikely to happen and interview as a one shot thing so actresses get your pitch right so natural be comfortable be confident in the only way you do that it's like talking and talking and talking to the point where he knew exactly what you're going to see eight and you can like pivot based on what someone's respond the dark welcome to pop up each with David Mendez the guest.

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"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"david mendez" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Something brought you here to where you are today. A trust confidence that you can delve into the unknown of a masterpiece the project and come out with answers to questions nations that no one has asked before this confidence is what fueled you so far and during this time it has grown with you it may have suffered some blows and weaken now and then but it has become one of your greatest strengths today we'll be talking with Mark Roberts about how candidates with master's and doctoral doctoral degrees are valued in the job market and about how the pressure and challenges of Grad School help develop traits that are prized by employers in certain industries welcome to papa. PhD With David Mendez The podcast where we explore.

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