Welcome to the research world! - Things I Do in The Lab

Finally! The university has reopened and I am allowed to be in the lab again! Things gradually pick up as we are still in "Phase 1 Return To Work" and that means I am now juggling a lot between lab and writing. But I really love it! It brings me joy to be in the lab again 😆

So, consider this post as an answer to all your questions and wonders what a biomedical researcher like me does in the lab. My research focuses on stem cells adaptation to mechanical stimuli. So, there are different aspects I want to study from the cells and lots of techniques needed to get different information, qualitatively and quantitatively. I could say that all my experiments revolve around the stem cells.

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Cell-based Assays

Cell-based assays.

There are plenty of things need to be considered while performing it, like type of reaction, incubation time and temperature, the correct time to add the reagents, the measurement setups, and most importantly, the reason WHY you are doing that particular assay!

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Welcome to the research world! - What I do as a PhD student

6 months into this PhD program and I am enjoying it more than ever!
Things have really transformed to go at a slower rate because of COVID, but my world still revolves fast. I like how my role now has the element of both studentship and employeeship, and that's the best part of being in a PhD program. 
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