Fully dedicated to the world of pathogens. Deeply interested in microbiome dynamics. Already had a small conversation with Her Excellency about the invention me and my team had made.
Got a burining question about bacterial world and our role in it? Or maybe, You would like to absorb inspiring and useful concepts about it? Always open for the synthesis of interdisciplinary concepts, as in these days, the greatest ideas are inter-ideas! Recently been nominated as a “CV Jedi”, my magic can be in well help.
Thinking about scientific or biomedical path and want a piece of extra-opinion, or improve your admission docs? I have accelerated my Molecular Biology Bachelor studies by 1 year with an ease, and recently graduated from Imperial London College as a Biomedical Research Master and will soon continue my PhD studies in Switzerland as a holder of a prestigious fellowship. I would love to share some tips how to rock-and-roll as a (under/postgrad) student and a passionate young specialist.
I’m an enthusiastic and curious mind, specializing in Neuromarketing & Behavioral Sciences. For the past 10 years I lived in Copenhagen, a year I’ve spent in LA, where I did my PhD with leading researchers from Decision Neuroscience, Habit building & Neuromarketing domains. For the past year I’ve spent in LT working in public sector on digital transformation strategy for the region of Panevėžys & PolicyLAB at the Government Strategic Analysis Center.
1996-2002 - KPMG audit manager
2003-2003 - PCA Corporate finance country manager
2003-2012 - Hermis Capital CEO
2013-2018 - Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant CEO
Owner of several ventures, startups
I'm an Army, deeply inspired by BTS's seven amazing members. They have motivated me to broaden my interests, and I love conversing with fellow curious Armys 💜💜💜. Before you engage with me I recommend reading my carrd:
I'm @7Btseternals on Twitter 😊
Worked as a dietitian and food consultant for 1,5 year (healthy meal plans, healthy recipes, etc.)
Currently giving lectures and writing articles about balanced diet and healthy eating habits + studying psychology at Vilnius University.
I believe that our decision making around food is mostly emotion and cognition based, physiological hunger has very little to do with it. This is what I'm nerding on.
I have accumulated plenty of various experiences in modern single-molecule biophysics and nanotechnology. My main point of interest, though, is imaging techniques for various biological applications. I am doing photography and creating 3D graphics, that I share on my website called eyeofthescienist.com.
I’m a social media maven whose personal history reads like a badly written Mary Sue in some fan fiction online. “TV taught me how to feel, now real life has no appeal” is one of my favourite quotes, but like you - I live in the regular space-time continuum of reality.
Coping with a diagnosis like borderline personality disorder is hard and not easy to handle - let alone fully understand. I’m sharing my experiences with you so that things could be easier, and you know that you’re not alone.
Come talk to me!
💌 mental health: coping, awareness, support
💌 productivity hacks (or, how to brain when yours feels broken)
💌 self-awareness: limits, cause & effect, personality vs. personal brand
💌 personal growth: determining your own direction, pursuing your path
💌 society’s you vs. real you: how to draw the line
💌 BONUS: how I used video games to learn how to human
Eating is so much more about mind than digestion. It is about what we know, how we make choices and decisions, our attitidues, problem solving and planning abilities, social influence, habits, memories, goals, motivation. And yes, also about hormones, neurotransmitters, microbiome and other wonderful things. And all of that happens before you take every bite or sip.
Lithuanian or English.