CBRI EMCR Fellowships workshop, 2017

The Computational Biology Research Initiative (CBRI), a Hallmark initiative of the University, is hosting a series of professional development workshops in 2017 for early-mid career researchers in computational biology.

We invite all EMCRs in computational biology and related fields to our next CBRI EMCR Workshop, with a focus on NHMRC and ARC early-mid career fellowships

Are you in an interdisciplinary field?
Are you thinking of applying for a Fellowship?
Not sure which scheme to target?

Then this is the workshop for you!

Tuesday 5th September
Room G26, BioSciences 1
11am-2pm

The Eventbrite Invitation is now live (see link below), please RSVP for catering purposes and email any dietary requirements to the CBRI Academic Convenor, Dr Andrew Siebel.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cbri-emcr-workshop-arcnhmrc-fellowships-tickets-36988995080

This workshop will include short presentations from current research fellows, RIC representatives and those with assessment panel experience, followed by a networking lunch.

Objectives:
Highlight early-mid career fellowships available through ARC and NHMRC
Prepare EMCRs for taking that next step
Promote support available at the University
Give some insight into the application & assessment processes

Session 1 - NHMRC
11:05am – NHMRC ECF/CDF Fellowship overview (Anna Giannios & Emily Fero, RIC)
11:25am – NHMRC Fellow experience (Alicia Oshlack, MCRI - NHMRC Career Development Fellow)
11:50am – Q&A Panel discussion (Kat Holt (Bio21), Suzy Ryan (Senior Research Initiatives Coordinator, MDHS), RIC representatives)

Session 2 - ARC
12:20pm – ARC DECRA/Future Fellowship overview (Elizabeth Morfe & Carina Nandlal, RIC)
12:40pm – ARC Fellow experience (James McCaw, Mathematics and Statistics, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health - Former ARC Future Fellow)
1:05pm – Q&A Panel discussion (Laura Parry, Meghan Bergamin & Nicola Pressling (Research & Industry, Faculty of Science), RIC representatives)

Networking Lunch
1:30-2:00pm