Meet five researchers at different points in their scientific careers. Learn about how science came into their lives, how they navigated through challenges and hear their advice to anyone hoping to become a researcher.
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Watch the series trailer above! Hear from five researchers at different points in their scientific careers. Learn about how science came into their lives, how they navigated through challenges and hear their advice to anyone hoping to become a researcher.
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Cecilia Hinojosa shares her journey as a researcher
Cecilia Hinojosa’s passion for psychology was sparked by an unlikely interest as a teen—a fascination with why people become serial killers. But it was her desire to learn more about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in veterans that ultimately led her to become a researcher.
In the latest episodes of the “Become A Researcher” series, Hinojosa, PhD, shares what shaped her as a scientist, how she persisted through feelings of self-doubt as a doctoral student and what she currently does as a postdoctoral researcher with the Grady Trauma Project.
“It is exciting to see my story,” she said. “But it also places me in a very vulnerable spot that I am learning to embrace. As long as my story helps inspire one person, it is all worth it.”
Juan Castillo’s educational journey came with its fair share of ups and downs. He shares his story in the new “Become A Researcher” video series from the Diversity Program Consortium’s Enhance Science project.
There are many training opportunities for undergraduates interested in biomedical research careers.
Meet 10 inspiring young researchers enhancing science across the nation. Hear about the passion that fuels their research, what a scientist identity means to them and how they plan to shape the future of science.
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STEM is for everyone. I became a neuroscientist because I want to @enhancescience by saving lives and helping people improve their mental health. Even though a lot of neuroscientists do not look like me in academia, I know that I #belongthere...
"Curiosity drives my quest for knowledge. It gives me the willpower to challenge ideas and dare to explore uncharted territory in research. I am constantly left in awe by all there is to learn and the potential for amazing new discoveries..."