Rían O.M

Biomed Student / EA Ireland Organiser @ Trinity College Dublin / EA Ireland
44 karmaJoined Nov 2021Pursuing an undergraduate degree


Currently a biomedical student and EA Ireland Organiser. Running proto-biosecurity reading groups / fellowships.

If you' emailed me on my rian[at]eaireland.org address over the last six months I didn't receive it due to problems with our DNS. You can email me at romahone[at]tcd.ie

How I can help others

I've written a syllabus for and run a proto-biosecurity fellowship so I could probably give some helpful advice regarding the dos / don'ts. 


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Some useful advice I was once given:

->Try and apply to enough jobs / opportunities so that when the rejection letters / emails come in you no longer remember applying 

I hope this is somewhat helpful!

Ah, thank you! 

I searched for that comment. I think this is probably the one you're referencing. 

I haven't read too much into this and am probably missing something. 

Why do you think FTXFF was receiving grants via north dimension? The brief googling I did only mentioned north dimension in the context of FTX customers sending funds to FTX (specifically this SEC complaint). I could easily have missed something. 

Thank you for putting this together! 

I'd discussed with another organizer how so many useful EA resources were scattered around in different hidden google docs. You've done something worthwhile linking many of them in one place. 

Thank you for writing this up!! I found it insightful and helpful.

It’s extremely hard to correlate low energy to the correct causes and ruling out sleep is one of the most effective things you can do.

As someone who's had at times a less than optimal sleep cycle, I strongly agree with this. Removing sleep as a potential cause can make it much easier to spot why one is consistently tired / drained. 

Having an accountability buddy. I suspect most people already know what this is (having someone who knows your daily/weekly/monthly goals and helps you stay committed to them).

It's probably a more commonly known practice than those in the other comments but still an underrated one. 

Hello! I'm a bio/ biomedical student / EA Ireland organizer. Am interested in GCBRs, policy and technical responses and the dual-use dilemma.  Just finished running some proto-fellowships on biosecurity.

Wonderful work! I have nothing I can offer other than encouragement as this defiantly seems worth researching!

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