Nowadays, knowledge is available on many channels. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are another option. Most of these courses are available for anyone to access the knowledge and course material for free. But if you want a certification to put in your CV or somewhere else, you usually have to pay some amount of money… Read More 9 free online courses for introducing you to Health Informatics
Well I am here to tell you, that climate change is happening right now and the effects of the change is not going to show 20 years in the future because it is affecting your health today. For some it might be a stretch, linking toxicology knowledge and current climate change issues. However if you… Read More Something to Think About…
The winter semester is over and it feels like it is high time for a good wrap-up. What did I do? What did I learn? What will I remember? It is funny how many things one can do and achieve in a few, seemingly short, six months. Looking back, I am amazed. So here’s what… Read More Semester Wrap-Up (1st semester of MSc in Biomedicine at KI)
The Swedes are known for their “fika” culture. In my previous post about fika, I had just been introduced to this amazing concept of fika which I believe should be adapted by people everywhere! After spending one whole semester, going to countless quaint, cosy, rustic, hippy or posh cafes I have managed to shortlist the… Read More My top 5 favourite cafés in Stockholm!
Hello all! Happy New Year! I wish you all good luck with the application process, and remember you still have until the 1st of February to submit some documents! Now that we are done with our first Semester, I have a clearer idea about the Master Molecular Techniques in Life Science (at least of the… Read More Course review: Genetics (MTLS)
Two months ago, I was sat in Arlanda airport on my way home for Christmas with one thing on my mind- food 🙂 Of course I looked forward to seeing family and friends! But mostly, I just wanted to overindulge in some British food. Roast Dinner with Yorkshire puddings, pigs in blankets, crumpets with butter, bacon… Read More Delicious Swedish food traditions everyone should get on board with.
Hello! I hope most of you have already submitted your applications to KI. While you eagerly wait for the results, there are certain logistics that you could look into. Finances As you are aware, the cost of living in Stockholm is extremely high. It is highly recommended to ensure that you have a constant source… Read More Important things to sort out before arriving in Stockholm
During the Christmas ‘break’, though we were not obligated to be in class, we had two big projects- an individual assignment and a group project. In this blog, I want to highlight the individual assignments because they were a gateway into a larger research world that we haven’t yet been exposed to. Our assignment was… Read More The future of Epidemiology in the hands of KI students
It is hard to believe that we only have two modules left of the Global Health Masters programme; Maternal & Child Health and Non-communicable diseases, Injuries & Emergencies. Each will last two weeks, so at the beginning of February, life as we know it will change. No longer will we be spending every day in a classroom.… Read More More on the Global Health Programme Modules – Research Methodology and Health Policy, Management & Economics
Allow me to introduce Histopathology and Clinical Pathology, my 4th course. It is a 2 weeks course like Toxicokinetics, but the course itself falls in a totally different category. For Toxicokinetics we study through computer graphic models and for Histopathology we study through microscopes. Histopathology classes are split between morning and afternoon. Usually in the morning, we… Read More Histopathology and Clinical Pathology