Athena SWAN - My Life in Science SeminarNatasha Karp is a scientist with an unusual career path, with many twists and turns. She has worked as a school teacher, a bench scientist, a laboratory manager, and for the last 13 years as a biostatistician. These roles have been within both commercial and academic settings. Family and ill-health have impacted the career path and for the last ten years Natasha has worked part-time. The academic success has led to 46 manuscripts of which 19 were first or senior author. Natasha has just moved to AstraZeneca, but prior to this she spent eight years at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute focused on addressing reliability and reproducibility issues within in-vivostudies.
Natasha's talk will focus on two areas:
- Her research into the prevalence of sexual dimorphism within in-vivo studies
- Her career choices and finding a path that works for you
If you would like to attend this seminar, please use the "Contact us" link below to express interest and arrange site access.
|Starts||01:00 pm - 24/02/2017|
|Ends||02:00 pm - 24/02/2017|
|Contact||Dr Laura Norton & Dr Anne Corcoran|
|Location||The Brian Heap Seminar Room|
|Speaker||Dr. Natasha Karp|
|Speaker Affiliation||AstraZeneca/The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute|
7 November, 2016