20 Dec 2019
The Careers in Academia and Beyond seminar series organised by the SLS Research Staff Association (SLSRSA) continued this week with a focus on the transition from Postdoctoral researcher to Principal Investigator. A mixed audience of postdocs and PhD students gathered to hear from a panel of newly appointed PIs within SLS. In this informal discussion format we were able to ask the PIs to reflect on the successes and challenges they faced to date, to share their experiences and advice on applying for PI positions and to reveal their thoughts on becoming a PI.
Wendy Bickmore to deliver SLSRSA Seminar for the Women in Science Festival, 2pm Friday 11 March 201607 Mar 2016
Professor Wendy Bickmore FRSE FMedSci, Director of the MRC Human Genetics Unit in Edinburgh, is to deliver the SLSRSA Women in Science Festival Seminar on Friday 11th March at 2pm in Lecture Theatre 1 of the Dalhousie Building. The seminar entitled 'Throwing a light on gene regulation', highlights how her work uses multi-colour fluorescence microscopy to explore the folding path of specific genes.
26 Feb 2014
stories in science Postdoctoral Career Pathways EXHIBITION | BOOK | WEBSITE Following on from the success of Women in Science (2012), natural reflection (2013) and Postdoc Pathways (2014) – the team, that has for the past few years developed new ways of representing women in scientific careers, now brings you stories in science: postdoctoral career pathways.
25 Feb 2014
As the highlight of the College’s research year approaches (21-23 March 2014 at Crieff Hydro), the organisers have annoinced the introduction of a session of three short talks to be given by PhD students and Postdoctoral Researchers.
01 Feb 2014
The College of Life Sciences is delighted to announce the winners of three of the College’s four awards for research-related activities. CLS invites nominations annually for each of these four prizes as part of the its commitment to encouraging, recognising and celebrating the contribution of Postdoctoral and Doctoral researchers. Dean of Research, Professor Mike Ferguson who awarded the prizes at the annual Research Review of the Year said,