Rodrigo Gonzalez is a 2nd year PhD student at the University of Groningen. He works at the University Medical Centre Groningen where he studies the mental wellbeing, mainly burnout, of medical students and their predictors. He completed a bachelor in psychology in the huge Mexico City where he grew up. Then he moved to the tiny beautiful Groningen to start a research master in Clinical and Psychosocial Epidemiology where he started his research on medical students. He is also responsible for a collaboration research projection with the main university in Mexico (UNAM). Of course, not everything is work and research. He loves doing sports, chilling and partying with friends, traveling, social media, reading and a long etc.
“I know how difficult a PhD can be, and the problems that we have to face along the way, this year’s edition is addressing these difficulties. I attended the last PhD Day edition and I immediately felt I had to be part of the event the next year. Here I am now, as the head of the PR team which is working hard on letting the world know about this amazing and important event.”