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UCL Neuroscience Early Career Forum - What can UCL do for you?

UCL Neuroscience Domain

Wednesday, November 9, 2011 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (GMT)

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Early Career Neuroscientists Forum 2011

For Post-Docs and Early Career Principal Investigators


Session 4

What can UCL do for you?

Wednesday 9th November


 4-7pm Talk in Cruciform LT 1, followed by drinks reception
in Wilkins North Cloisters


This session aims to present how members of the UCL support community can help early career researchers, including post-doctoral students and junior PIs.The talks will focus on resources and facilities which are open to all UCL staff/students, for example, how UCL can help researchers involve patients and participants in their research activities, how the press office can help researchers publish their work, and how UCL can help secure European funding.


The talks will be followed by a Q&A session, and the speakers will be present at the reception to answer your questions directly.

Confirmed speakers:      

Jacky Pallas (Platform Technologies)

Rosamund Yu(Patient-Participant Involvement)

Clare Ryan/Ruth Howells (Media Team)

Michael Browne (European Office)

Derek Reay (UCL Business PLC)


Open question session

Have questions about UCL Neuroscience Early Career Forum - What can UCL do for you? ? Contact UCL Neuroscience Domain

When & Where

Cruciform Lecture Theatre 1
Gower Street
WC1E 6BT London
United Kingdom

Wednesday, November 9, 2011 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (GMT)

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UCL Neuroscience Domain


The UCL Neuroscience Early Career  Forum: 
One of the major aims of UCL Neuroscience Domain is to bring together the different branches of neuroscience within UCL together, to foster a more collective ethos. Thus far, this has primarily focussed at a senior level including the more senior Principal Investigators and Heads of Departments. While this has certainly begun to yield promising results with regard to grant applications and encouraging cross disciplinary action at the senior level, there has been less focus on more Early Career Neuroscientists (ECNs).

What do we hope to achieve? 
The UCL ECN Forum aims to provide opportunities for ECNs to meet their peers, to share ideas, experiences and initiate collaborations. It will also provide a platform for careers advice and the dissemination of information regarding jobs, training and funding opportunities.

Who are the ECNs? 
In the first instance the ECN Forum will cater for post-doctoral researchers and junior Principal Investigators. At a later date we may consider expanding the forum ( or setting up a separate initiative) to encompass PhD students.


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