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Rachael Horne

Rachael is a Masters level graduate student, studying the gut-brain axis at McMaster University. She did her undergrad in biochemistry and biotechnology with a focus on bacterial proteins and gut microbiome. She is now aiming to bridge the two worlds of microbial ecology and neuroscience, to gain a better understanding of how the little microorganisms in our gut contribute to human behavior and mental health.

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How to Get Over Impostor Syndrome as a New Graduate Student

By Rachael Horne | November 1, 2017

You made it. You got into the grad school of your dreams! You worked hard, you spent hours working on your application, bravely navigated your way through the interview and you now are here. So, why do you feel like maybe you shouldn’t be? Why You Might Suffer From Impostor Syndrome The dreaded impostor syndrome:…

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