Author Archives: Tania Henriquez

About Tania Henriquez

Tania is a Chilean microbiologist. She holds a PhD in Biomedical Sciences (Universidad de Chile) and a bachelor degree in Medical Technology (same university). Last year she did an internship as a visiting researcher at Middlesex University in London and now she is looking for a postdoctoral position in UK. Tania's main research experiences are molecular microbiology and Gram negative bacteria.

The importance of language skill certificate in CV (extra points!)

When I was looking for language requirements at different jobs and postdoctoral positions (and some PhD programmes), I realised how important is to have at least one language skill certificate. As a non-native English speaker, I took an English test … Read More »

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Dealing with hard times (paper rejection)

Last Tuesday I was thinking: What should I write about? Should I write about the English exam and all the paperwork related to it? And suddenly I received an email telling me that the paper of my thesis was not … Read More »

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Finding a postdoctoral position (for a non-UK/EU Citizen)

When you are finishing your PhD, you have a lot of things in your mind: your final exam, all the paperwork, what are you going to do with your life… but it is especially complicated if you are also thinking … Read More »

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