For any question, please contact me (Lorenzo) at:
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As an overview, members of the lab (especially the PI!) are expected to:
- Be honest, with yourself and your peers.
- Have genuine interest and curiosity towards both experimental and analytical aspects of projects. An elegantly designed experiment is as illuminating as an innovative computational method.
- Show independence towards learning in a multidisciplinary group focused on understanding mRNA biology, where biochemistry meets cell biology, gene regulation, signal processing and machine learning.
- Not be afraid of handling coverage tracks, statistical tests, or classifier performance metrics. They’re just numbers!
- Keep organized protocols and write reproducible code.
- Frequently discuss results and ideas highlighting controls and potential pitfalls, using concise and clear presentations.
- Interact lively with colleagues in the lab, other departments, and the larger scientific community in various events (journal clubs, lab meetings, seminars, hackathons, international conferences).
- Communicate clearly when problems arise and propose possible solutions.
- Respect their own and other colleagues’ work towards fostering a transparent, collaborative, stimulating, and welcoming scientific environment.