Yimin Chen and Susan Anthony speak with Mitch Mann about his work on TUT1, a protein that prevents DNA and RNA damage - and cancer!
Ariel Frame and Sabrina Hope interview Patrick Hill about his research determining how the moon may have been formed from a large impact between the earth and another planet. Patrick is a PhD student in the Earth Sciences Department in a collaborative program with the Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration (CPSX), as well as the Pride Commissioner for the Society of Graduate Students (SOGS).
Alex and Tristan chat with Roger Hudson, a neuroscience Master's student, about the potential pitfalls and medical benefits of marijuana.
Roger and Taniya chat with Applied Mathematics Master's student, Navneeth Mohan, about his work exploring the behaviour of predators and prey using math.
Joel Slade, PhD candidate in the Biology Department at Western, tells hosts Sabrina and Yimin about how he secured a postdoc position at Michigan State University. He shares his experiences on how and when he started looking for positions, what he prepared, and where to look.