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Behind every young and committed woman in science with an exceptional CV often lies a winding road to academia, filled with doubts and obstacles, but also with exciting adventures. In this interview series, female doctoral students, postdocs, and junior researchers of Forschungsverbund Berlin share stories about their journey to science, their motivations, hardest challenges, biggest achievements, and their life beyond scientific research. - Artwork: Beatriz Arribas - Music: Down the Driveway by L-Ray from Premiumbeat.com - Additional sound effects from Zapsplat.com

Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. - Marthe Vogt Podcast Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.

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Behind every young and committed woman in science with an exceptional CV often lies a winding road to academia, filled with doubts and obstacles, but also with exciting adventures. In this interview series, female doctoral students, postdocs, and junior researchers of Forschungsverbund Berlin share stories about their journey to science, their motivations, hardest challenges, biggest achievements, and their life beyond scientific research. - Artwork: Beatriz Arribas - Music: Down the Driveway by L-Ray from Premiumbeat.com - Additional sound effects from Zapsplat.com

    #08 - Zoologist Dr. Shannon Currie (Leibniz-IZW): incredible bats, life on the move, and mentorship goals

    #08 - Zoologist Dr. Shannon Currie (Leibniz-IZW): incredible bats, life on the move, and mentorship goals

    The guest of the last episode of the Marthe Vogt Podcast series is a zoologist Dr. Shannon Currie. She is currrently doing her postdoctoral research in the department of the evolutionary ecology of the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research.
    In the interview, Shannon tells in detail about the questions that drive her research, scientific challenges she faced during her career, and field experiments. She also recalls a moment in an Australian cave that defined her path as a bat scientist and reflects on the hurdles of the research work, pitfalls of the academic system, and what it takes to be a good mentor.

    • 36 Min.
    #07 - Material Scientist Anastasiia Uvarova (IKZ): crystal growth, lasers, and triathlon

    #07 - Material Scientist Anastasiia Uvarova (IKZ): crystal growth, lasers, and triathlon

    The guest of this episode is a material scientist Anastasiia Uvarova. She is currently a doctoral student in the section of Crystalline Materials for Photonics of the Leibniz Institute for Crystal Growth (IKZ). However, science and crystal growth were not always at the first place in the list of her career options. From a young age and until her twenties, Anastasiia was an aspiring athlete and planned a professional sports career. In this interview, she tells what made her pursue a scientific career and how athletic experience influences her current work.

    • 20 Min.
    #06 - Biochemist Dr. Annita Louloupi (BIMSB MDC): unlocking secrets of RNA, dealing with overwork, and dancing for body and mind

    #06 - Biochemist Dr. Annita Louloupi (BIMSB MDC): unlocking secrets of RNA, dealing with overwork, and dancing for body and mind

    In the sixth episode of Marthe Vogt Podcast we are welcoming biochemist Dr. Annita Louloupi – the winner of this year’s Marthe Vogt Award, presented annually by the FVB to an outstanding early-career woman scientist, active in a field covered by one of the FVB's institutes.
    In this interview, Annita tells about the main results of her doctoral thesis, reflects on her time as a doctoral student, shares how she dealt with an overwhelming workload and what lessons she learned from it.

    • 27 Min.
    #05 - Physicist Melanie Budde (PDI): developing new materials and finding passion for teaching

    #05 - Physicist Melanie Budde (PDI): developing new materials and finding passion for teaching

    The guest of the fifth episode of the Marthe Vogt Podcast is physicist Melanie Budde, who had recently completed her doctoral research at the Paul-Drude-Institut für Festkörperelektronik (PDI) and made a decision to continue her career outside the academic research. In this episode she reflects about her own doctoral experience and shares some tips on how to make your PhD time as smooth and positive as possible and take the most of it for the future.

    • 23 Min.
    #04 - Theoretical chemist Dr. Elisa Palacino Gonzalez (MBI): quantum chemistry and stand-up comedy

    #04 - Theoretical chemist Dr. Elisa Palacino Gonzalez (MBI): quantum chemistry and stand-up comedy

    The guest of the fourth episode of the Marthe Vogt Podcast is a postdoctoral researcher of Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy Dr. Elisa Palacino Gonzalez.
    We discussed what makes up the job of a theoretical chemist, and how it differs from the regular chemist. Elisa told why she likes to have multiple hobbies and shared her experience as a stand-up comedian.

    • 26 Min.
    #03 - Mathematician Dr. Luisa Andreis (WIAS): probability theory, friendship with colleagues, and role models in maths

    #03 - Mathematician Dr. Luisa Andreis (WIAS): probability theory, friendship with colleagues, and role models in maths

    The guest of this episode is a postdoctoral researcher at the Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS) Dr. Luisa Andreis.
    In this episode, we talk about the importance of mutual support between colleagues in science and whether it‘s possible to organize a math conference with just female speakers in the program.

    • 27 Min.

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