Rucha is Royal Society University Research Fellow at IMCSB, since 2016. Rucha juggles parenthood and academia, talking about her fascination with plant science and her baby-driven academic household
Emily is currently a PhD student in the Institute, she talks about juggling her research and managing a physical disability and how she balances her study with her health.
Sophie joined the Institute in 2016 as an LKAS Fellow. She has a good work/life balance and often travels back home to Leicester to visit family.
Laura is a Reader in Structural Biology, juggling her career with two children under the age of 10!
Emily is a postdoctoral researcher in Professor Mike Blatt's group. She talks about how she got involved in Plant Science, her move to Glasgow from the USA and finding time outside of her research to do the things she enjoys.
Elisa has recently returned to the Institute from maternity leave, and writes about how a healthy work-life balance is crucial to both men and women. She also writes about where she began her undergraduate degree to where she is today.
Dr Sue Krause is from Baltimore. She is currently working with Professor Julian Dow. She talks about grants available, which have helped ensure new parents can devote time to their baby without negatively impacting one's research.
Professor Anna Amtmann is a Professor for Molecular Plant Physiology. Her career is based on enthusiasm, determination, hard work and luck. She says that having twin boys was tough, but it minimised the number of maternity leaves and turned the lab into a heaven of peace...