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School of Medicine Mentoring Scheme

School of Medicine’s Mentoring Scheme (TRAMS), is now closed for applications for the 2021/2022 cycle.

To apply to join the scheme, please complete the expression of interest form: TRAMS Expression of Interest Form

For further information about the scheme and eligibility criteria, please read here.

Early Career Researcher Training for Impact – Seminar Series 2022

Early Career Researcher Training for Impact 2022 is a series of lunchtime 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

Practical guidelines in designing a data management plan (DMP) for HRB

Chair – Laure Marignol, Associate Director of Research, School of Medicine

Keynote Speaker – Darach Golden works as a support scientist at the Trinity Centre for High Performance Computing in Trinity College. He holds a BSc and MSc in theoretical physics from University College Dublin and a PhD in applied mathematics from Trinity College. In addition to teaching a finance module on the MSc in High Performance Computing he also delivers a core module on risk quantification on the MSc in Financial Risk Management.

Please email research.medicine@tcd.ie

Early 2022

Preparing a High-Impact HRB Applied Partnership 2022

Application

Chair – Prof Ursula Fearon, Director of Research, School of Medicine Speakers - Information on the remit of the call, submission guidelines and candidate eligibility, Dr Florence Impens, Research Funding Specialist (HRB), Research Development Office, Trinity Research & Innovation

Successful HRB Applied Partnership awardee and lessons for potential applicants

Register

 

Friday 28th January 2022,

10am-11am

Preparing a HRB Applying Research into Policy & Practice (ARPP) 2022 application

Chair – Prof Ursula Fearon, Director of Research, School of Medicine

Speakers - Information on the remit of the call, submission guidelines and candidate eligibility, Dr Florence Impens, Research Funding Specialist (HRB), Research Development Office, Trinity Research & Innovation

Successful HRB ARPP awardee and lessons for potential applicants

Register

Tuesday 15th February 2022,

10am-11am