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ISTH Career Development Webinar - Science and Social Media

Nov 2, 2022 12:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Kamran Mirza, MD, PhD
Kamran M. Mirza, MD PhD is an associate professor of pathology and laboratory medicine, and medical education at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine in Maywood, IL. He serves as the vice-chair of education, program director of the hematopathology fellowship, and director of medical student pathology education. An award-winning teacher and mentor, Dr. Mirza is one of the top 10 most followed pathologists on Twitter. His research interests include evaluating novel mechanisms of pathology pedagogy, including social media. He is the creator of #twitterhomework, www.pathelective.com, the digital communications fellowship in pathology, the ASCP virtual pathology grand rounds, and the virtual pathology student interest group. Follow Dr. Mirza on Twitter @KMirza
Beth Webb, PhD
Hi I’m Beth, I’m an early career researcher at the University of Leeds focussing on platelet inhibitory signalling pathways in the context of cardiovascular disease. I’ve always been passionate about science communication but it wasn’t until 2020 when the pandemic hit that I decided to pursue science communication online starting with a blog, which then lead me to Instagram and Youtube. I share my journey as a first-generation PhD student, give tips and advice for pursuing a PhD, as well as share educational content that I’m passionate about. I’m a keen advocate for work-life balance and the importance of looking after your mental well-being. I take pride in being transparent online to show the real journey of pursuing a PhD here in the UK. Since sharing my journey online, I've had the opportunity to write guest blog posts, work with brands and meet like-minded people.
Matthew Cormier
Matthew Cormier is a current Ph.D. candidate in the lab of Dr. David Lillicrap at Queen’s University and the Associate Editor of Social Media for Research and Practice in Thrombosis and Haemostasis. After completing his bachelor of science, he began his graduate work investigating the mechanistic details of inhibitor development in hemophilia A. Matthew is passionate about research, writing, and scientific communication. His work can be found in scientific journals, on the ISTH Academy and Congress websites, as well as the local Queen’s University newspaper.