Ms Teasdale goes to Washington

I was honoured to be the 2016 recipient of the Adam J Berry Award, to support an early career Australian researcher to travel to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States. This prize is awarded by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health and the Australian Academy of Science. For more […]

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Mistrust of science

On another of my Washington DC adventures (made possible thanks to the Adam J Berry Memorial Fund Award to visit the NIH), I visited the National Academy of Sciences to hear Atul Gwande give the keynote lecture for the Science of Science Communication colloqium. Around 3 years ago I won a commendation for a pitch […]

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The sick scientist

Alright, I eased you into the intensity of the Startup Catalyst Future Founders mission with the post on data driven diversity. Now it’s time to dive even deeper. We talked a lot on this trip about what impostor syndrome means to each of us, and together we were on a journey to overcome it. I […]

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Data driven diversity

Last week, I had the pleasure of touring the Atlassian offices in San Francisco as part of Startup Catalyst’s Future Founders mission. Now I can’t say I was overly enthused before this tour, it isn’t in the nicest part of town and I didn’t see how it would be relevant to myself, a neuroscientist. Man […]

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Why are we here?

I started this blog a long time ago with all the best intentions to make it into a valuable source of information for anyone and everyone. However, it went the way of most blogs and without new posts the content became outdated and moderately cringe-worthy. So I am giving it another try, starting from scratch. […]

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