Q&A: Aida Baida Gil, Career and Life Coach for Scientists | GenomeWeb

Aida Baida Gil has a bachelor's degree in biology, a PhD in molecular genetics, and two years of postdoctoral experience investigating Fragile X syndrome in Christopher Pearson's lab at the University of Toronto. Near the end of her postdoc, and during her one-year maternity leave, she enrolled in a life coach training course. "I got so involved that, in the end, what initially started as a hobby turned into a whole new career," she says.

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