After constantly running throughout the two-years master’s program, I felt like I need a final sprint in order to reach the finish line. Eventually, I’m glad to have this sudden burst of energy to run towards my graduation day by “getting” three things. Getting the thesis done Of course, it would be impossible to have… Read More My final sprint towards graduation day
The current outbreak has indeed hindered studying, socialising, and travelling in different parts of the world. Currently, most people are working from home in Sweden. Students are taking distance courses or writing their thesis at home. However, I am one of the many KI students who still go to the lab. 🧫 Even some medical… Read More Did the outbreak affect my practical work at the hospital?
Our thesis semester has just started and my fellow classmates and I are in the midst of reading literature and analyzing data (ok, and also sometimes stressing about everything, but you know. That is part of the deal) Thinking back to last October/November, I remember that some of us had struggles finding a thesis topic.… Read More Thesis topics in Health Informatics – A summary of previous master theses at Karolinska Institutet
Recently, master’s and bachelor’s students started their degree projects. Some of us are abroad while others stayed in Stockholm. I am currently working on childhood cancer, neuroblastoma with a fantastic research group at the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, KI. During my bachelor’s degree project, I encountered difficulties with writing my thesis. *procrastinator alert* I wish I… Read More 5 Tips and tricks for writing your master’s thesis
The worry of having to write a thesis might prevent someone from applying to a master programme from the first time, including myself. Many study-guides suggest that the most difficult part of writing a thesis is to get start writing. As a more field worker type person, I also had my doubts if I would… Read More 3 perfect moments for you to start writing a thesis in Health Informatics Programme
Reading time: 7 mins. Now that the dust has settled since graduation and the class of 2019 is on to bigger and better things, I thought I’d write a few more blogs that share what we’ve learned throughout our time here, as well as some more tips on how to navigate aspects of your time… Read More When you don’t get on with your thesis supervisor…
Last year in November, I was slowly getting tired of sitting in the lecture rooms and trying to get through the assignments and groupworks… I could dream about adverse outcome pathways, ADME and the 3Rs, so it was really time to move on with the most exciting part of the ToxMaster, the master’s thesis! I… Read More How to find the perfect project for your (Tox)master’s thesis
If you happen to talk to anyone who is at least half-way through the Bioentrepreneurship programme, you can pretty much bet they would quote the practical placements (so-called PP-s: PP1, PP2, and PP3 i.e. the thesis placement) as the pinnacle of their master’s studies. You can work for a real company, be managed and mentored… Read More Autumn review: Bioentrepreneurship ’18 graduates looking back at their internship experiences
Have you ever dreamed of moving to the United States? I had! And for a long time! I already had the KI research experience (I worked for a year at the Department of Microbiology, Tumour and Cell Biology at KI before starting the master) therefore I decided the 4th semester of the Master was the… Read More How I ended up doing my Master Thesis at Harvard University – Steps to go to the US as free-mover
What happens after MTLS? Have you ever wondered about the possibilities after graduating from MLTS? I interviewed the 6 ever first MTLS graduated students what they are doing now, almost one year after finishing the Master. Quentin When Quentin moved from France to Stockholm, 3 years ago, to start the MTLS Master, he already… Read More What happens after MTLS?