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Southampton Neuroscience Group

Early career researchers

Neuroscience network

A new web site for early career researchers working at the University of Southampton provides information about resources and support and how to access them: https://www.southampton.ac.uk/waar/index.page

In January 2009 SoNG launched an Early Career neuroscientist researcher network.

Although the focus is neuroscience, many of the activities of the group are generic and are open to all early career scientists in the University.

This group has been established in recognition of the fundamental importance of postdoctoral fellows and postgraduates in delivering research, often driving forward and implementing innovation within the University. Therefore the network will seek to recognise the current expertise and the potential of our early career scientists; through collaboration across the university it will aim to enthuse and inspire development; and by doing this maximise the individual and collective impact of the group on research and enterprise in the University.

SoNG Postdoctoral Steering Group

Current members:

Susan Bamford - School of Psychology

Jo Bailey - Biological Sciences (Chair)

Georgia Chronaki - School of Psychology

Ann-Marie Hughes - Faculty of Health Sciences

Khondaker Mamun - Institute of Sound and Vibration Research

Shmma Quraishe - Biological Sciences

Heather Thomson - School of Medicine

Lisa Tedesco Triccas - Faculty of Health Sciences

Former members:

Ayodeji Asuni - School of Biological Sciences

Hazel Blythe - School of Psychology

Francesco Colacino - Institute of Sound and Vibration Research

Catherine Cowan - School of Biological Sciences

Sarah Cunningham - Faculty of Health Sciences

Li Guoping- ISVR

Caroline Kampshoff - School of Health Science

Bina Nausheen - School of Medicine

Peter Peyman -  ECS

The SoNG Early Career Research network coordinates its activities with those of other similar organisations across the University. You can find out more about the breadth of opportunities for training, careers guidance, progression and personal development at the following sites:

School of Medicine Postdoctoral Association Postdoctoral Association 

Further useful advice for early career researchers, advice and mentorship on gender issues affecting career progression, can be found through the University of Southampton WiSET 

If you would like to join please send an email to Debbie Buck, PA to SoNG at db5@soton.ac.uk. See also the news page for activities of interest.

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Peer review: The nuts and bolts

Sense About Science have produced a great little booklet (click here to view booklet) on the process of peer review which will be of interest to postgraduates and postdoctoral fellows struggling with manuscript submission "Peer review: The nuts and bolts will help early career researchers understand how the peer review process works, some of the limitations of peer review and the role of peer review in society".

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