Advice For Life Scientists Team
A senior researcher with over 20 years of experience in Cancer Biology, Epigenetics, and Genomics. The founder of “The single cell world” platform, which provides help for single-cell scientists. After earning a PhD, 2 master’s degrees, & working as a group leader for many years, I learned firsthand that success is not measured by a job title, or the number of publications. True success, for me, is defined by all the times I was able to motivate, help, or provide a smile to someone who was/is having a hard time in the laboratory. My personal motto is: "Happy People Get More Done!"
A pharmacist by training who got side-tracked by his passion to research and decided to be a neuroscientist. In my journey that spanned 4 continents, I have worked in diverse lab environments, and encountered numerous issues. It turned out that facing issues are quite common with most of the young scientists who are treading their first steps in science. Currently, as a senior researcher, I decided to use this platform to share all the tips and tools I have gathered throughout the years and helped me succeed. But my number one tip will always be: First, “Be Happy!”, anything else comes second!