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My experience joining the Research Steering Association  My experience joining the Research Steering Association

My experience joining the Research Steering Association

Alexandra joined the department of Health Data Science as a research assistant specialising in Prediction modelling. Working on several projects across the week, she has also begun a part time PhD to gain her Doctorate in Health Data Science. Alexandra’s PhD project will develop and validate a clinical prediction model to predict the risk of emergency caesarean births in mothers giving birth for the first time.

Posted on: 5 February 2024

A Helping Hand in Organising the Research Staff ConferenceA Helping Hand in Organising the Research Staff Conference

A Helping Hand in Organising the Research Staff Conference

Christof is a PDRA at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics. He is working on a research project in collaboration with Airbus to develop novel sensor technology for the next generation of airplanes.

Posted on: 6 December 2023

Desert Island Researcher Development: Metaphors to describe the value or purpose of researcher development Desert Island Researcher Development: Metaphors to describe the value or purpose of researcher development

Desert Island Researcher Development: Metaphors to describe the value or purpose of researcher development

In an ode to BBC’s famous Desert Island Discs, our Researcher Development and Culture team in the Academy has developed this \"Desert Island Researcher Development (RD)” series of blog posts.

Posted on: 23 October 2023

Career Development Award allowed to pursue my wine chemistry dreamsCareer Development Award allowed to pursue my wine chemistry dreams

Career Development Award allowed to pursue my wine chemistry dreams

Dr Filip Szczypinski, Research Associate in the Department of Chemistry, shares how a Postdoctoral Career Development Award enabled him to develop expertise in wine chemistry.

Posted on: 25 September 2023

My experience of the 3MT competitionMy experience of the 3MT competition

My experience of the 3MT competition

Fionnuala McCully, PhD candidate in the University of Liverpool’s School of Environmental Sciences, recounts her experience of winning the University's Three Minute Thesis competition and offers her own tips for future competitors.

Posted on: 8 September 2023

Desert Island Researcher Development: One book that all researchers should read for their career development Desert Island Researcher Development: One book that all researchers should read for their career development

Desert Island Researcher Development: One book that all researchers should read for their career development

In an ode to BBC’s famous Desert Island Discs, our Researcher Development and Culture team in the Academy has developed this \"Desert Island Researcher Development (RD)” series of blog posts.  

Posted on: 1 August 2023

Learning from experience to develop Narrative CV resourcesLearning from experience to develop Narrative CV resources

Learning from experience to develop Narrative CV resources

Lydia Nicholson writes about learning from researchers’ experiences to develop resources about writing Narrative CVs

Posted on: 30 May 2023

The benefits of policy briefingsThe benefits of policy briefings

The benefits of policy briefings

Dr Tom Arnold, from the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, discusses the benefits of policy briefings for researchers and policymakers.

Posted on: 16 May 2023

Never let fear get in the way of a good story!Never let fear get in the way of a good story!

Never let fear get in the way of a good story!

Stephanie Power shares tips on dealing with nervousness over media interviews, ahead of her Making an Impact workshop in June.

Posted on: 2 May 2023

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