Things I Didn’t Expect When I Applied to the Toxicology Program at KI: A Freemover

With graduation pictures and celebrations filling up my social media pages, it feels surreal that I will soon join them as a new graduate, even though we don’t need to wear a typical gown for KI’s graduation ceremony. It is always at the end when you think about the beginning. And when I look back… Read More Things I Didn’t Expect When I Applied to the Toxicology Program at KI: A Freemover

5 reasons why health is married to politics. A Global Health perspective.

Health policy and management is an essential module as part of the Masters in Global Health course. Participants learn, within a period of 2 weeks how policies are formulated, promulgated, implemented, and monitored. During the program, candidates are exposed to policymakers, researchers, and lead program directors who assist with practical knowledge in the field. One… Read More 5 reasons why health is married to politics. A Global Health perspective.

How to succeed as a woman in science? (Hint: It helps if you study at KI 😄)

Sweden is considered one of the most gender-equal countries in the world. They enjoy the longest paid maternity leave in the world (a whopping 16 months!), liberal household duties: men and women share a lot of responsibilities and equality is just generally on the agenda. So for a female, it’s a pretty good place to start your… Read More How to succeed as a woman in science? (Hint: It helps if you study at KI 😄)

Attending the Future Forum Stockholm 2018 event!

Hej hej! Recently I had the opportunity to attend an event called Future Forum Stockholm 2018. This event was organised by a start up company called Potential Park, sponsored by Sympa and hosted by SAS. Potential Park essentially works with recruitment and focuses on bridging the gap between employers and employees in terms of how… Read More Attending the Future Forum Stockholm 2018 event!

📓 5 ways to be ready for Research Methodology in Global Health

This module is designed to help course participants with enough statistical knowledge for the purpose of their final Master’s thesis. The module is delivered over a period of 5 weeks through a combination of practice tutorials, face to face lectures, and familiarisation with statistical packages. Due to the broad range of statistical skills among the… Read More 📓 5 ways to be ready for Research Methodology in Global Health

Toxicology Program Alumni (Part II)

“Toxicology track was the combination of scientific component with applied regulatory toxicology through extensive network of collaborations, including EFSA, European Commission Joint Research Centre, or Swedish Chemical Agency.”  RADEK GORA Radek chose to study in the Toxicology program in Sweden because he wanted to study abroad to gain new scientific experience and also immerse himself in an international community… Read More Toxicology Program Alumni (Part II)

Course review: Applications of Methods in Toxicological Research Part 2

A while ago, I wrote about our course “Applications of Methods in Toxicological Research Part 1”. However, that was not the end! Biostatistics After our alternative methods week, we started with a class that many feared would be difficult: Biostatistics. It was long days from 9AM to 4PM where we learned the basic statistical models… Read More Course review: Applications of Methods in Toxicological Research Part 2