Tag: impostor syndrome

Camille Hurley

“From Breakdown to Breakthrough: My Success Story”: WINNER of the 2nd...

This summer, we invited cancer researchers at all levels to write a blog post for the second EACR Science Communication Prize around the theme...

7 reasons why we get stressed during our PhD

PhD students have a 2.43 times higher risk of developing a psychiatric disorder than the rest of the highly educated population. Females and gender-nonconforming...

Downloadable poster guide: Mental Health During Your PhD

A few months ago a tweet by Dr Zoë Ayres (@ZJAyres) went viral, with thousands of retweets and comments. It was an image of...

My Science Habit: hooked on the rush of an experiment finally...

by Rosanna Jackson It hasn’t worked. A sinking in your stomach confirms just how disappointed you are. Just how much you wanted this experiment to work....

The elephant in the lab: Impostor Phenomenon

by Tamara Sutus Temovski Impostor phenomenon (IP), impostor syndrome or fraud syndrome is a term coined in 1978 by clinical psychologists Dr. Pauline R. Clance...

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“This experience abroad in a worldwide recognized cancer research center enriched...

EACR Travel Fellowships are co-sponsored by Worldwide Cancer Research and provide funds up to €3,000 to early-career cancer researchers. For more information on how...