PROSPECTIVE LAB MEMBERS
The life of a research lab depends on its people. We are always excited for people who are interested and motivated to join the lab.
There are some skill that may help you to be successful within academic, but also outside of academia.
If you are an undergraduate student and interested in volunteering in my lab, please read how to best contact me.
Interested in becoming a graduate student and work on auditory aging, please read here.
Applying for funding has many benefits. You become more independent, learn how to write and think concisely, and it boosts your CV lots.
Potential funding opportunities are:
HOW TO CREATE A CV?
There are different ways of structuring your CV, but a few basics are common to most academic CVs. I recommend:
Your CV informs another person about you. Provide clear structure and avoid unorthodox design choices
Think about what the reader may want to know first. Education, funding, awards, and publications are often first skimmed on academic CVs. Make sure they can find it quickly.
You may adjust your CV according to your career stage. Some things that were relevant in the past may not be anymore.
Look at other CVs. How are they structured? What works well?
HOW TO CREATE A POSTER?
LINKS & INFORMATION
Here you will find resources supporting everyday research activities.