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Hayley Schultz
A PhD student with a passion for oral drug delivery of chemotherapy
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Hayley Schultz Nov 6
I'm looking forward to a day of lab work and watching honours students presentations after presenting three consecutive 45 min presentations on stem careers at Modbury High School yesterday! I don't know how teachers and lecturers do it all day everyday 🤣
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Hayley Schultz Nov 4
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Kylie Hesketh Oct 26
For those awaiting outcomes, nice reminder that (mantra to self) an “unsuccessful” does not mean you are not a good scientist. Spoiler: grant rejected on day of winning Nobel Prize
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Hugh Kearns Oct 25
The first draft of anything is likely to be rubbish. Then you redraft and re-redraft. Don't be harsh to your first draft. It's how you make a start.
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CBNS Oct 28
A must-read: 's Dr Marnie Winter and Prof Benjamin Thierry published in has been highlighted in ! More info:
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Hayley Schultz Oct 23
Made it into the last 2 seconds of the news report 😂
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Hayley Schultz Oct 21
Congrats Renly!!
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Chelsea Thorn Sep 29
What an incredible week in Singapore attending and . It’s been a big week sharing research and networking. It was also awesome to share the experience with these amazing ladies
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Hayley Schultz Sep 27
Proud to have presented my research at at NUS in in front of close to 300 .
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Hayley Schultz Sep 27
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Hayley Schultz Sep 26
Replying to @ChemistCraig
Yes! I'm absolutely loving NUS and the beautiful city of Singapore
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Hayley Schultz Sep 26
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Hayley Schultz Sep 25
Well, that's a wrap to the 1st Controlled Release Asia Conference in Singapore! Next conference, GPEN!
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Hayley Schultz Sep 23
Day 1 of the 1st Controlled Release Asia Meeting in Singapore! Learning about the great research from our neighbouring Controlled Release Society chapters.
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Hayley Schultz Sep 21
Last Friday this bunch of pharmaceutical scientists attended Pharmacy Ball! We scrub up all right I guess.
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Hayley Schultz Sep 21
What an inspirational day of sharing our research and facilities with young girls considering a career in science. Great work and PMB! Thanks to all involved Alex and Santhni
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Hayley Schultz Sep 13
Replying to @JessHeatlie
Interesting read!
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CBNS Aug 29
Congratulations to CBNS CI Prof Benjamin Thierry, Prof Richard Tilley, Dr Andrew Foreman and Dr Ruirui Rao for winning an Development Grant. More:
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Hayley Schultz Aug 30
Our Prestidge Research Group was on last night! Well done Tahnee and co. Eating clay could lead to !
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Hayley Schultz Aug 28
What was your winning article? I'd love to have a read
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