Fellowship Event_Research Design Service Yorkshire and the Humber

RDS Fellowship Event Tuesday 3 June 2014 12.00 to 16.30

This half day event will offer an opportunity to gain a greater understanding of Fellowship schemes. Registration to this event is FREE and lunch will be provided.

The event is open to all who are interested in applying for either the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) or Medical Research Council (MRC) Fellowship schemes, including methodologists, healthcare scientists, nurses, midwives, allied health professionals, clinicians, doctors and dentists. The event is organised by the NIHR Research Design Service for Yorkshire and Humber (RDS YH) and will provide an overview of the programmes and offer insight into what makes a good application. If you intend to apply for a fellowship in the future or would just like to know more about Fellowships then this will be an ideal opportunity.

The event will include:

An overview of NIHR and MRC Fellowship Awards
o Dr James Fenton, NIHR fellowships
o Prof Kate Gerrish, NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowships
o Prof Stephen Walters, MRC fellowships

Presentations from current and past personal research awards
o Dr Mark Strong (doctorial and post doctorial experience)
o Mark Jayes (doctorial experience)

Top tips for applicants from NIHR and MRC panel members.

To reserve your place please book here: http://bit.ly/1g0tbHK

Venue: Lecture room 2, Medical School, The University of Sheffield Beech Hill Road, Sheffield, S10 2RX
Time: 12.00 to 16.30.
Map & Visitor Information: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/visitors/mapsandtravel
The Medical school is on grid ref: (C5, 88)

For further information please contact Samaira Khan on 0114 222 0777 or e-mail samaira.khan@sheffield.ac.uk

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