What I wish I had known as a junior (PhD) scientist
In this FREE online Masterclass, I share 9 situations with you in which “I wish I had…” Because I have been there too. I share my lessons learned during my years as a PhD researcher.
This is for you when:
- You are a PhD student
- You feel you could use a little extra support
- You find yourself wondering about what is normal and what’s not
- You would like to feel more relaxed about your work
I’ll be hosting the free Masterclass on the 30th of June 16.30h – 17.30h. I would love to see you there too! You can subscribe by filling out the form below.
I am a scientist, holding a PhD in medical engineering from Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.
After obtaining my PhD degree, I started my own business “Doctor Tonke”. I provide academic support for PhD researchers and organisations. Moreover, I work as a Postdoc for a Dutch hospital.
I know exactly what struggles you are dealing with, because I have been there myself. That’s why I can help you!
”Doctor Tonke shared so many good tips and tricks and I have enjoyed implementing them! Finally, she's approachable, kind, friendly and always so happy!Harriet Earle-BrownUniversity of Exeter, UK
”Tonke is a great group mentor. She blends into the group, letting (conversational) hierarchies disappear by never loosing them out of sight.Constanze Küchler - Universität Augsburg, GermanyMedia, Knowledge, and Communication
”Doctor Tonke has given us important tools how to cooperate with things that really matter, such as time management, motivation, focus, balance work-life etc. I trust her and therefore I highly recommend her!Melina Laina - GreeceApplied linguistics
You will feel more in control about your PhD
You will leave with many practical tips you can start implementing right away