Dr Carolyn Carr is an Associate Professor of Biological Sciences at DPAG at Oxford. She currently works in the field of stem cell therapy for heart failure. Her background is in chemistry, and she completed her BA and DPhil in chemistry at LMH, Oxford. Aside from her research at Oxford, Dr Carr has also worked as a researcher for Kodak and for a University spin-out company studying Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr Carr will discuss her not always straightforward career path, what it is like working in academia and industry, and what skills are important for life as a research scientist.
This talk will be the inaugural talk of the Oxford Study Skills Centre’s Michaelmas ‘19 Talk Series.