After Prannay’s controversial cake-based opinions in last month’s edition of PhD Student Diaries, he’s back to reveal a Portuguese dish that he actually enjoys!
Alongside Kerem Sarikaya, another of the students in the INDP programme, we can find out more about the group’s trips to Porto and the Lisbon Oceanarium. But it’s not all fun and games, as they wrestle with statistics, neural coding and more problem-based learning.
If you’re considering a future in science or medicine, or simply interested in what goes on in the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, we hope Prannay’s take on student life will inform and entertain you over the coming months.
These videos are filmed, edited and produced by Prannay Reddy, featuring himself and the students of the INDP 2023, alongside members of the Champalimaud Foundation’s Graduate Studies Office and several faculty members who took part. Their views are their own!
If you missed last month’s edition, you can still catch it here.
And for more information about the Champalimaud Foundation’s International Neuroscience Doctoral Programme (INDP), click here.
You can follow Prannay on Instagram at @reddyjp or on X at @jprannay.
For more of Prannay’s work you can find his videos here.
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