San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Grant writing seminar
Prof Geraint Rees & Dr Gemma Bilsborough
Wednesday 11th January 2017, 15:30 – 16:30
Location: Cruciform Building B404 - LT2, Gower Street, WC1E 6BT
Grant writing is an essential and vital part in any academic career. Within a few pages you need to show that you have the ideas, skills, and facilities to succeed with your project. In this seminar, Professor Geraint Rees (Dean of the UCL Faculty of Life Sciences) will take you through the whole process of grant writing, and provide you with valuable tips and tricks on how to polish your application. In addition, Dr Gemma Bilsborough (Strategic Research Facilitator for the UCL Faculty of Life Sciences) will summarise the support she and her team can offer when writing grants.
The seminar is aimed at PhD students and postdocs that are in the process of applying or thinking of applying for grants in the future.
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UCL Neuroscience Careers Network (NCN)
The UCL Neuroscience Careers Network (NCN) seeks to promote the professional development of UCL Neuroscientists. The network provides opportunities for neuroscientists to meet their peers, to share ideas, experience and initiate collaborations. It also provides a platform for careers advice and the dissemination of information regarding jobs, training and funding opportunities. The NCN is organised by a committee made up of representatives from a variety of departments under the UCL Neuroscience Domain and includes both post-doctoral researchers and PIs.