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Elizabeth Swallow

Graduate Student

I am a graduate student in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology focusing my research on bone and chronic kidney disease.

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Reflection on COVID and new future for networking

With the incorporation of social distancing into our daily lives, in-person events may be forever changed.

Elizabeth Swallow  |  May 12, 2020

To be or not to be ….. an academic, industry, government, non-profit job ….. that is the question

Many of us think that alternative careers outside of the realm of academia involve industry, government, and non-profits; however, we may be unaware of other opportunities for careers within academia which do not fall into the PI role. It turns out there is a need for advanced degrees in academic settings relating to high education […]

Elizabeth Swallow  |  Sep 04, 2019

A New Year, Consider a New Approach to Networking

2019 is already underway and the whole of the NetworkIN team would like to wish you a Happy New Year! Often the New Year brings around a season of resolutions. Often, our resolutions focus around changing habits with January being a month focusing on getting fitter and healthier by burning off the Christmas ham and […]

Elizabeth Swallow  |  Jan 29, 2019

Understanding those around us in networking – the power of personality

In a recent casual conversation about how to create a productive and encouraging environment at work when working as part of a team, the topic of personalities came to light. Upon reflection, this topic may not only be important to a work place environment, but also in the face of networking, career paths, and building […]

Elizabeth Swallow  |  Sep 24, 2018

Life Outside the bubble

Graduate school is not the only place where the importance of networking is emphasised. Often, people say that it’s not necessarily what you do, but who you know. This expression can be a little disheartening, but it highlights the importance of building a strong network in all disciplines. Personally, the prospect of scientific networking is […]

Elizabeth Swallow  |  Mar 19, 2018