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July 15, 2023

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July 15, 2023 - Issue #0053




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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • How To Enjoy Your Job: 7 Techniques To Find More Fulfillment In Your Work


  • What Does A Neuroscientist Do?


  • Dr. Marianna Kapsetaki - Dr. Marianna Kapsetaki - Neuroscientist


  • Ask The Editor


  • Feedback



News

How To Enjoy Your Job: 7 Techniques To Find More Fulfillment In Your Work

Here are some great tips from AllBusiness.com on ways enjoy your work

Let’s start going through their list.

  1. Focus on what you enjoy. The day to day grind can be overwhelming especially if you don’t enjoy it. Start by making a list of your favorite tasks and projects. Thing about why you like them.
  2. Seek out challenges. Have you become disinterested and uninspired? Look for projects and activities that keep you engaged.
  3. Connect with colleagues. Take time to connect and relate to your co-workers. Assist them with projects and even develop social events outside of work.
  4. Two other tips are discussed in the article below

It is an inspiring read. Check it out.

See the entire article here

Video

What Does A Neuroscientist Do?

This is a great video that explains a number of things about a neuroscientist. Check it out as you can learn a few things. Some of the items discussed are:

  1. What a neuroscientist does NOT do. Such as not surgeons, not therapist, etc.
  2. What do they do.
  3. How much do they make.
  4. How to become a neurscientist

What they do: They do research in academia, and teach as professors. In industry, they would work for private companies and be more secretive than in academia. They could be consultants and science communicators.

They study areas of the brain and anything that connects to the brain. They could research hormones, anxiety, depression, motivation, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, stem cells, and many more.

How much they make and how to become a neuroscientist are covered as well.

Find out more by watching the video.

The video is 18:50 minutes long.

See the full video here

Dr. Marianna Kapsetaki - Neuroscientist

Marianna Kapsetaki obtained a PhD in Neuroscience from Imperial College London and then a Postdoctoral Research Fellow position at University College London. She has conducted research mainly on memory, stroke, and eating disorders. Her research has been featured in international media outlets such as The Guardian.

In 2019, one of her studies was selected Paper of the Year by Springer Nature. Marianna was runner-up of the Rising Star Award by the Organisation for Psychological Research into Stroke (World Federation for Neurorehabilitation), and was a finalist for the Next Generation Women Leaders Award by McKinsey, the Greek International Women Award in Science & Technology, and the UK Women of the Future Award in Science.

She has taught as Guest Lecturer at UCL, and has mentored/supervised students at Imperial College London, UCL and several programs including the New York Academy of Sciences program. She has been invited to give over 60 talks/ presentations, including at:

  • Harvard University,
  • University of Oxford,
  • Fifteen Seconds Festival (Graz and Istanbul), and TEDx

Additionally, Marianna has been involved in multiple outreach activities such as translating the book “Enlighten your clock: How your body tells time”.

Read more about Dr. Marianna Kapsetaki below.

Our neuroscientist article

Ask The Editor

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