Being a scientist in Philly

Shorts
The purpose of this blog is to highlight why we love our city, but I still want it to be somewhat personal. Before this month, I had time to post shorts about my life and goings on in the city, but I’ve been swamped recently.

So for some more personal info…

For the last six years, I’ve been working (posing) as a neuroscientist at UPENN. We’ve been studying how the visual system develops in fish, baby fish, really really tiny fish. I’m leaving in two weeks for a yet to be determined job or internship in the environmental field (fingers crossed for the Montgomery County Planning Commission and Next American City). I love science, but am ready to move on to something new. So I’m leaving with these pics to show what a lab and fish facility look like.

(My desk — surrounded by lots of chemicals)
(Microscopes. I spent years dissecting the eyes out of fish)

(Fishies)

(Some of the 500,000 fish in the facility)
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