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Early Career Researcher (ECR) support

Global-NAMRIP has a support network for its Early Career Researchers (ECR's). ECR's come from both the UK, including the five University of Southampton Faculties and University Hospital Southampton, and further afield. The support network is overseen by the Global-NAMRIP Early Career Researcher Committee, with the following members:

Marcela Hernandez
Marcela Hernadez in group discussion at Global-NAMRIP Conf in Uganda

The ECR career stage can offer many opportunities but also can be difficult as it is the key time during which long-term career options become available or not. NAMRIP seeks to support ECRs by:

NAMRIP runs a Future Leaders Programme, including meetings for ECRs to discuss issues, where Professor Leighton and Dr Clint Styles are in attendance to provide support on academic/career and business relation/grant wining topics respectively. Sessions usually contain a short training element on such topics as Academic Excellence; Engagement & Outreach; Gaining Funding; Excellent Publications; Directing research to generate public benefit; Working with and for Industry; Commercialising your Invention; Recognising local research constraints.

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