My Science
Molecular Biology Hub

My Science

Making an impact in science can be tough. It’s not always easy to publish, secure funding, gain visibility or know what career path to choose. On this portal, you’ll get to see how fellow scientists are navigating these challenges.

We also have some other exciting activities coming up. You’ll have the chance to apply for a grant, promote your work, take a career quiz and build skills that you can use across different professions.


Where in the world is Liana?

If you’ve ever wanted to find out how microbial and human cultures interact on a global scale or what it's like to do research in different countries, you've come to the right place.

Liana's blog will give you a deep insight into her microbiology research and life as a traveling scientist, so you feel inspired to start your own adventures.

Where Science Meets the Media
Want to improve your science communication skills?

Watch our on-demand webinar “Where Science Meets the Media” with Pulitzer prize winner Chris Mooney.

This webinar will cover:
  • When science communication goes wrong and why
  • The consequences of it – confusion, bad policy, frustration
  • How can scientists help bridge the gap between science and society
Wet Lab

Ignite curious minds

Find the right lab tools to teach, engage and inspire your students. Join the wet-lab support program.

Learning from others is a great way to quickly build your knowledge and skills. That's why we’ve asked some up-and-coming researchers to share their stories.
  • Olivia Stencel (second-year MSc student)
    Would you like to do research abroad? Are you interested in the link between leukemia and over-sterile environments? Read Olivia’s blog to learn about her oncology research and work experience in Hong Kong
    Olivia Stencel
  • Ralf Grutza (final year Ph.D. student)
    Ralf Grutza shares his views on what it’s like to be a final year Ph.D. student and his research on cytomegalovirus and the immune system.
    Ralf Grutza
  • Carolin Salmon (first year Ph.D. student)
    Carolin Salmon talks about her experience as a first year Ph.D. student and her research into how ovarian cancer evolves and responds to treatment at the single circulating cell resolution.
    Carolin Salmon
  • Dr. Athina Vidaki
    Anthia specializes in forensic epigenetics, particularly in how DNA methylation profiling can help us solve crimes.
    Dr. Athina Vidaki
  • Donna-Lee Martin (MSc)
    Donna-Lee is using sequencing data to establish the first sequence-based allele frequency for the South African population.
    Donna-Lee Martin
  • Dr. Anna Knight
    Anna is studying the microbiome to improve pregnancy outcomes in African American communities.
    Dr. Anna Knight
  • Celia Diez Lopez (PhD student)
    Celia is researching the novel uses of the human microbiome and other non-human components in forensic genetics.
    Celia Diez Lopez
  • Olivia Stencel
    Olivia Stencel (second-year MSc student)
  • Ralf Grutza
    Ralf Grutza (final year Ph.D. student)
  • Carolin Salmon
    Carolin Salmon (first year Ph.D. student)
  • Dr. Athina Vidaki
    Dr. Athina Vidaki
  • Donna-Lee Martin
    Donna-Lee Martin (MSc)
  • Dr. Anna Knight
    Dr. Anna Knight
  • Celia Diez Lopez
    Celia Diez Lopez (PhD student)