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Interdisciplinary Research Excellence

NAMRIP Future Leaders workshop Event

Origin: 
Global Network for Anti-Microbial Resistance and Infection Prevention
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Time:
12:00 - 13:30
Date:
20 September 2016
Venue:
Building 85, Room 2209 Highfield Campus University of Southampton University Road Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ

For more information regarding this event, please email Yvonne Richardson at y.richardson@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Helping ECRs to maximise their future career potential

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New ECRs from different faculties joined NAMRIP to attend the first ECR workshop

This is the second in a series of events specifically for Early Career Researchers (ECRs) in the NAMRIP network.

Book your place to help us gauge the catering

The series aims to cover a range of activities including, for example, talks on what makes a 4 star paper, finding funding sources for ECRs, making an impact outside of academia and writing webpages. There will be time for networking and discussion and there will be an informal friendly atmosphere and delicious food served to keep you going.  

Let your colleagues know - come along and learn more about the opportunities for pump priming funding, mentoring and getting hands-on experience of outreach activities that are available with NAMRIP. Read about the first event in the series

Programme 

  • 12.00 - Lunch and informal netwroking
  • 12.20 - Professor Tiina Roose (FEE, University of Southampton) 'Funding for ECRs' Hear from an expert about the best way to negotiate funding if you are an ECR - with plenty of chance to ask questions.
  • 12.40 - Pam Morgan (ILIaD lead for staff mentoring) 'How ECRs can benefit from mentoring' Find out about the opportunities available and how it can help your career - have your questions answered and enjoy an opportunity to discuss the way forward.
  • 13.00 - Discussion and Q & A (Facilitated by Tim Leighton FSA (Chair of NAMRIP and professor of Engineering, University of Southampton)
  • 13.15 - general networking and discussion
  • 13.30 - finish

 

If you are interested in Anti-Microbial Resistance, whatever faculty you are in, you are welcome - so if you are not a member - just email Frances (fmc@soton.ac.uk) or Yvonne (y.richardson@soton.ac.uk) and join!

 

Speaker information

Professor Tiina Roose and Pam Morgan,University of Southampton expertise from the academic side and from IlIaD

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