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Episode 9 - Ronnen Ben-Arie

Season 1, Ep. 9

In this episode Danni is talking with Dr. Ronnen Ben-Arie about his journey from B.Arch in architecture studies, to MA studies at the Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas at Tel-Aviv University, and doing a PhD at the Department of Government and Political Theory, Haifa University. Ronnen talks about his desire to keep researching, and the value of writing a book vs. publishing articles. During this long-distance recording, Danni drank Amaretto and Ronnen drank Arak with ice. Can you hear the dogs in the background?

Dr. Ronnen Ben-Arie is a postdoctoral fellow at the Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions. In his research at the center Ronnen studies the city of Haifa at the aftermath of the 1948 war and questions - what lessons can be learned from the case of Haifa for the understating of the resilience of cities in overcoming a state of war?


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Episode 44 - Making a real impact (with Dr. Guy Cameron)

Season 3, Ep. 5
Meet Dr. Guy Cameron, a proud Wailwan (Aboriginal) man living in Newcastle, NSW, Australia. Guy has recently received his PhD (Immunology & Microbiology) from the University of Newcastle, and he is now a postdoc fellow with the Aboriginal Ear Health Group. After he finished his PhD Guy decided to continue studying in the Joint Medical Program at the University of Newcastle which includes a Bachelor of Medical Science & Doctor of Medicine.In this episode Guy talks about his journey that started with no intention to continue his education and ended up (so far) with a PhD. He explains what made his decide to pursue a Bachelor of Art, during which he discovered his passion to biology and the human body. That passion led him to pursue Bachelor of Biomedical Science, and following that began his PhD (Immunology & Microbiology) - all at the University of Newcastle. He also talks about his future plans to combine his research knowledge with the medical knowledge.Guy talks about both his PhD research and his current postdoc research. He describes some of his challenges during his PhD, the importance of a good support system and the important value of academic twitter. Guy is a very strong advocator of mental health and during Covid-19 pandemic he spent his time dispelling misinformation and providing his community with reliable knowledge sources.Because of the time differences, in this episode Danni drank her morning coffee, and Guy drank local dry Gin.You can follow Guy on his:Twitter: @DrGuyCameronWebsite: https://www.guycameron.me/Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter:@What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook:@What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram:@What2DoWithTHATSubscribe toour YouTube ChannelOur website:www.what2dowiththat.com