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Teaching, Research and Academic Mentoring Scheme (TRAM)

New mentee and mentor applications are now welcome for the 2022-23 TRAM cycle from School of Medicine affiliated clinicians and researchers.

The scheme, now in its 16th year, comprises University of St Andrews (ODSD), the University of Dundee (OPD), Abertay University, Glasgow School of Art, the James Hutton Institute, Trinity College Dublin (School of Medicine) and Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh making this a unique, seven-way collaboration.

Closing date for new applications: 2nd September

More information from research.medicine@tcd.ie

Register your application

Early Career Researcher Training for Impact – Seminar Series 2022

Early Career Researcher Training for Impact 2022 is a series of seminars designed for early and mid-career researchers working in health research, organised by the School of Medicine.

The one hour seminars are delivered by subject experts who share best practice in building researcher profiles and research grant proposals for maximum impact and visibility.

The format comprises: (1) Welcome and Introduction by the Chair. (2) Presentation by Keynote Speaker/Trainer (s), (3) Q & A.

Early Career Researcher Training Seminar Topics

Date

Health Research Regulations Training

HEALTH RESEARCH REGULATIONS training comprises a 1 hour basic workshop covering the relevant law and guidelines under The Health Research Regulations, introduced by the Department of Health in 2018, including amendments to the original legislation.

Participants will be offered practical guidance around the legal issues facing the research community when conducting health research, so they are armed with the necessary knowledge to ensure their research is compliant and meets best practice.

The training will be delivered by Evelyn Fox, Solicitor and TCD Deputy Data Protection Officer (Research). There will be 15 minutes set aside after the training for questions in relation to any aspects of data protection that researchers are experiencing that are not covered in the training.

Registration

Wednesday 7th September, 12pm-1pm

Wednesday 5th October, 12pm-1pm

Wednesday 16th November, 12pm-1pm

 

 

New Research Staff Induction & Welcome

The new research staff induction tour is an online event to welcome new researchers, at all levels, to the School of Medicine. We recognise the importance of researchers as the drivers of research excellence and that the burden of administration, policies and procedures presents challenges.

This workshop is designed to offer easy signposting to College and School of Medicine contacts, functions, policies and processes which underpin the successful conduct of research.

As well as signposting help and assistance in Financial Services, Contracts and Research Development, attendees will find out about resources for early career researchers in mentoring, research funding support, Grant application planning, TCD Research Database (RSS), and bibliometrics and altmetrics platforms

Registration

  • Tuesday Dec 6, 12:00 PM Dublin - Register in advance for this meeting
  • Thursday Jan 19, 12:00 PM Dublin - Register in advance for this meeting
  • Tuesday Feb 21, 12:00 PM Dublin -Register in advance for this meeting:
  • Thursday Mar 23, 12:00 PM Dublin - Register in advance for this meeting

Tuesday Dec 6, 2022 12:00 PM Dublin

Thursday Jan 19, 2023 12:00 PM Dublin

Tuesday Feb 21, 2023 12:00 PM Dublin

Thursday Mar 23, 2023 12:00 PM Dublin

 


 

 

Health Research Regulations Training

HEALTH RESEARCH REGULATIONS training comprises a 1 hour basic workshop covering the relevant law and guidelines under The Health Research Regulations, introduced by the Department of Health in 2018, including amendments to the original legislation.

Participants will be offered practical guidance around the legal issues facing the research community when conducting health research, so they are armed with the necessary knowledge to ensure their research is compliant and meets best practice.

The training will be delivered by Evelyn Fox, Solicitor and TCD Deputy Data Protection Officer (Research). There will be 15 minutes set aside after the training for questions in relation to any aspects of data protection that researchers are experiencing that are not covered in the training.

Registration


Wednesday 5th October, 12pm-1pm

Wednesday 16th November, 12pm-1pm

How to conduct a research impact inventory

This objective of this workshop is to demonstrate how to utilise online search tools and your own track record to showcase the unique and distinctive aspects of your research activity, either as an individual author or as part of a research project.

This session will offer a detailed demonstration of how to analyse your research activity and performance impact using the best sources for bibliometrics, altmetrics and policy citations as well as tips on how to create a narrative around your impact.

The seminars will be delivered by Bridget Gavin, Research Impact officer, School of Medicine

Registration


Friday 14th October, 12pm-1pm

Friday 18th November, 12pm-1pm

 

Please email research.medicine@tcd.ie

Further information on our website https://www.tcd.ie/medicine/research/mentor-and-training/