University of Cambridge Careers Service Event: Making it in Academia

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University of Cambridge Careers Service Event: Making it in Academia

Thursday 11 January 2018, 9:00am – 5:00pm

Academia is the career that the Careers Service gets asked most about and it’s a more diverse job market than most people think.

The event is free and includes lunch and time to talk to the speakers 1:1. Join them on Thursday 11th Jan for their flagship event on academic careers to:

• Hear from senior academics on how to succeed in lectureship/PI interviews

• Understand if lectureships/PI jobs require the same achievements

• Find a job which matches talents and achievements

• Get ideas to gain research independence

There is a fantastic line up of speakers from a wide range of institutions in the UK and abroad.

Speakers include:

Professor Gerard Evan, Head of Dept of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge and Dr. Mariann Bienz, Group Leader and Joint Division Head, MRC LMB, Cambridge on applications and the dreaded lectureship/PI interview

10 former Cambridge postdocs who have secured fantastic positions

2 group leaders doing quantitative life science research

Group leaders in a Max Planck Institute in Germany and the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, and in the USA.

Confirmed programme and book your free place now!

You need to be registered with the Careers Service to book a place.

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