Andrea Sanchini will share his experience of being a researcher at the Robert Koch Institute, how it started, his Ph.D. in an international graduate school and which further opportunities for junior researchers exist. In addition, he will also talk about how and why he decided to switch career, moving from being a researcher to become a self-employed trainer and coach.
Andrea Sanchini worked for 8 years at the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin. He was involved in several projects in the fields of microbiology and infectious diseases, always from a public health perspective. There he also completed his PhD in Biomedical Sciences. Since 2019, he switched his career and now he teaches scientific writing and publishing skills to PhD candidates and junior researchers.