Guide on Research Collaboration for early-career researchers

Sarah Assaad, a PhD student at the Department of Public Health and Primary Care, at the University of Cambridge, has co-authored a Guide on Research Collaboration. This guide for early-career researchers was written in collaboration with 51 other PhD students from 25 Universities across Europe, and includes tips and advice for successful collaborations.

This guide is the product of a week-long doctoral summer school organized by the League of European Research Universities (LERU) and the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. The authors, all early-career researchers from across the LERU network have drawn on their experiences, summarising the many benefits of working together, whilst being honest and realistic about the challenges that can arise.

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Sarah is supervised by Professor Carol Brayne and Dr Jane Fleming. Professor Brayne is Theme Lead for the CLAHRC EoE ‘Dementia Frailty and End of Life Care’ theme, and Dr Fleming has co-led research within this theme including looking at Dementia Case finding


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