How new principal investigators tackled a tumultuous year

Read the full story in Nature.

Transitioning from being a postdoctoral researcher to a laboratory leader comes with a suite of challenges. Not only do new principal investigators often have to relocate to a new city or country, but they also have to acquire funding, recruit lab members, teach, launch research programmes, develop outreach initiatives and complete administrative duties. These pressures have been amplified by the pandemic. Five new principal investigators share their experiences and advice for other rookie lab leaders.

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