Webinar: EPILOG Series 2 Beyond the PhD: Exploring Career Paths In and Out of Academia
March 26, 2024
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Eastern
Event Type(s)
Student & New Researchers Network

The Students and New Researchers Network (SNRN) is thrilled to announce the first EPILOG webinar for the year 2024, titled " Beyond the PhD: Exploring Career Paths In and Out of Academia ", which will be held on the 26th of March 2024 at 1:00 PM PDT. Join us as we explore the different postdoctoral career paths, considering the scarcity of opportunities in academia. The panel discussion will offer valuable insights and strategies for identifying, exploring, and navigating different career paths after graduation. Are you curious about how successful young researchers are building up their careers? Be sure not to miss our upcoming webinar to hear their valuable insights and helpful recommendations.

Moderated by: Chinonso Odebeatu, The University of Queensland

Panelists 1: Yanelli Nunez
Title or career stage: PhD Environmental Health Science (early career scientist)
Affiliation: PSE Healthy Energy

Twitter/Linked profile links for advertising: Twitter: @Yanelli_Nunez, linkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yanelli-nunez-phd-b87293ba

Short bio:
I am an Environmental Health Scientist studying the health, environmental, and equity impacts of our energy systems. I am interested in action-driven science and bridging the gap between science, policy, and the general public. I am committed to providing high-quality science to inform, refine, and reform energy policy in ways that support equity and protect public health and the environment. Currently, I am a scientist in PSE Healthy Energy.
Panelist 2: Daniel Bogale Odo
Current title/position: Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Affiliation: National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH), the Australian National University (ANU)
Linkedin: https://nceph.anu.edu.au/people/academics/dr-daniel-odo
Short Bio:
Doctor Odo is an early-carrier researcher, currently working on smoking cessation as a postdoctoral research fellow in the Australian National University (ANU), National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH). He completed his PhD on January 2023 from the University of Queensland (UQ), having joined UQ with an international scholarship in 2019. He has a multidisciplinary background spanning public health (MPH) and environmental health and Epidemiology (BSc & PhD). He has more than 10 years of teaching and research experience, and has authored and co-authored over 28 peer-reviewed research articles published in high impact journals, such as Environment International, the Lancet, and Science of the Total Environment. His research areas include public health, air pollution and climate change.
Panelist 3: Charlotte (Charlie) Roscoe
Title or career stage: Assistant Professor
Affiliation: Environmental Systems and Human Health, OHSU-PSU School of Public Health, Portland, Oregon
Twitter: @charliejroscoe
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-roscoe
Short bio:
I’m currently learning causal inference methods for observational data to assess disparities in cancer/cardiovascular disease mortality among men with prostate cancer and I'm also serving on the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology Policy Committee (North America co-chair).

I have experience in environmental exposure modelling (e.g. traffic noise, air pollution, walkability) and environmental exposure linkage (e.g. greenspace, temperature, socio-economic measures); teaching GIS tools; exposure measurement error correction; and epidemiological analyses in prospective cohorts (e.g. Nurses Health Study, UK Biobank).
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