This talk will provide insights and general guidance on securing research funding and will be given by the University’s Research Director, Tim Brundle.
Tim’s talk will focus on the motivations for research grant applications, the development of ideas that secure funding, grant writing, collaborating with research partners and the best sources of funding for first time applicants.
Tim will be pleased to provide follow up support to each seminar participant.
Virtual Researcher Seminar Series
This seminar is part of the Virtual Researcher Seminar Series, running across October.
These short lunch-time seminars are online and are designed to provide general research mentorship to help coach post-doctoral researchers (namely research fellows, research associates and research assistants).
PhD researchers are also welcome to attend.
The first set of seminars will involve four sessions covering:
General advice and maxims to develop yourself as a researcher,
How to use good scientific principles from the open science framework,
The role of innovation and creativity in research, and
How to get your first funded research project.
These four seminars are short and to the point and will last between 30 minutes and 1 hour.
There will be an opportunity for an open discussion after each talk.