Science-ing as a pregnant postdoc – blog post by Sarah Supp

Many early career scientists wonder about the possibility of balancing children and their careers. This juggling act starts even before the child is born. One postdoc shares the story of how her pregnancy has affected her work and choices in the weeks leading up to birth. It’s a useful first-person account for those wondering how motherhood meshes with a science career. “This post is my attempt to recognize all the things I was able to do while science-ing as a pregnant postdoc, while acknowledging that I am not super woman, and that the changing realities of my situation did have (a sometimes frustrating) impact on my work.”

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