Recorded 12th June 2018 at the University of Newcastle, NSW.
Presented by Nic Croce. Slides available here.
Recorded 13th June 2018 at the University of Newcastle, NSW.
Presented by Fran Baker. Slides available here.
Recorded 15th June 2018 at the University of Newcastle, NSW.
Presented by Kim Colyvas. Slides available here.
Podcast: How to Start and Run a Lab
First aired 14th September 2017
Presented by Julie Gould from Naturejobs
Julie Gould is a UK science communicator (freelance science writer, editor and podcaster ). In this podcast she interviews Lucia Prieto Godino a researcher in olfactory evolution at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, who is currently preparing to start her own lab.
Julie also consults A/Prof Angela DePace who has been running her systems biology lab at Harvard Medical School since 2008. She explains how she uses individual development plans (IDPs) as a useful and powerful tool, both for early career researchers and their supervisors.
Writing Grants: Strategies for Enhancing your Chance for a Successful Outcome
Webinar: Grant Accelerator program Session 12: 2018 ARC Grant Rounds
Recorded 22nd November at the University of Newcastle, NSW
Presented by Professor Erica Wanless, Ms Kylie Hugo and Dr Angela McPherson from the University Of Newcastle Grants Strategy and Planning Team.
This webinar provides an overview of the NHMRC and ARC grant application updates and changes for 2018.
Building a Track Record
Webinar: Building an Academic Track Record
Recorded 1st July 2017 at the University of Newcastle, NSW
Presented by Professor Billie Bonevski
Professor Billie Bonevski is a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Career Development Fellow, Behavioural Scientist and University of Newcastle researcher whose smoking cessation programs are being implemented by Cancer Councils across the nation. In this webinar she talks to Early Career Researchers about establishing, maintaining and optimising their academic track records.