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A postdoctoral fellow is a junior scientist after a Ph.D

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I perform a series of different treatments to improve the quality and appearance of my clients’ skin.

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As an undergraduate student in biology and pharmacology, a lot of my studies involve learning about drug-drug, drug-body, and body-drug interactions.

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While my job as Chair is more about running a team (i.e., the Department) to be as competitive as possible, my Professor job is about research and education. Much of my time is spent doing basic science (non-human) research into cardiovascular disease, how it develops and how we can fix it. This research takes multiple forms and requires me to bring in a lot of different areas of science. I also teach undergraduate and graduate students at Western about the cardiovascular system.

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I am a student researcher at the Tom Baker Cancer Center. In this role, I design, execute, and present clinical trials and database research studies. My research focuses on pancreatic and lung cancer, and aims to identify treatments that improve cancer patients’ chance at survival.

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Whether it is instructing some games to play at recess, asking companies for sponsorship or answering emails, my role encompasses anything and everything.

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Like most nursing jobs, I never really know what to expect when I get in to work each day. However, this role is very different from what people would commonly call nursing.

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I use my understanding of functional human anatomy and body mechanics to help diagnose and treat issues with muscle, joints and nerves.

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I conduct research in the field of molecular biology, genetics and neurodegenerative disease. I am working towards completing my doctoral degree and aspire to become a professor.

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