Illustrations: Nora Maria Raschle; Credit: @bornascientist.com

To scicomm or not to scicomm

scicomm

People are like sushi – similar in some regards, very different in others.

SushiPeople

Studying development.

WatchFlower

The importance of early childhood programs! (Teaching slide and graphic)

Konsequenzen

Life is more than just numbers…also in academia. Go and enjoy it!

MoreThen

‘Because You’re Mine, I Walk the Line’: Academic motherhood

IWALKTHELINE3

 

What it takes to generate science VS. putting random, potentially fake, news out there:

Science_Random2

 

Made it! How do your commonly occuring grant phenomena look like? Mine include a significant (FWE) increase in chocolates, laptop-use, laptop-deaths, pretty under-eye circles and sudden sick kids, seasoned with mood swings.

PhenomenaGrant

Through the Prism of My Brain. Human Brain Mapping.

PrismOfMyBrain

Manuscript rejections are hard and maybe even crushing – especially around the holidays. However, there is always a little bit of truth and a chance to improve behind every critique.

GrinchReview

Because you know I am all about that brain, bout that brain, no treble…

AllAboutThatBrain

“Play is the highest form of research” (A. Einstein). shopping

spacesquirrelGirl

ZombiesVsNeuroscientist_comp

Cause tonight, we are young…so let’s set this brain on fire, we burn brighter than the su-u-u-un! (Hebbian Theory)

NeuronsWireFire_long

NeuroscienceChildsPlay

KnowledgeMayWin_medium

ImpostorSyndrome

ScienceCommunication

Mentorship