The 22nd of May is World Preeclampsia day, a pregnancy complication affecting more than 10 million women and newborns each year. On this special day, we would like to introduce you the iPlacenta network and its 15 Early Stage Researchers dedicated to modelling and understanding this pathology. Have a look at the video to discover more about who we are, and how our diverse backgrounds will be put together to fight placenta-related disorders.
Considering moving abroad for postgraduate education or more? Here is a step-wise guide that helped me through my journey.
I am a 27-year-old girl who moved to Cork, Ireland from a small town in the heart of India. Since this was the first time I moved (not just out of the country but out of my parents’ house), I realized the difference between being an adult and taking responsibilities vs everything I had been doing until now.
The following are a collection of stories and experiences that I have accumulated throughout the process.