Research projects attractive for biopharmaceutical industry by Horacio Moreno, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at IRB Barcelona
If you love reading about the latest scientific advances and are interested in pursuing employment opportunities beyond the bench, then an editorial career might be for you. In this seminar, Brooke LaFlamme, Chief Editor of Communications Biology, will talk about her personal career path and what she thinks makes a great editor. Her presentation will also provide an overview of the editorial process at Nature Research and Communications Biology in particular, including how they decide which papers to send to review and how the publication process works. In the last part of her presentation, she will give advice on how to best organise and present manuscripts prior to submission, from an editor’s perspective. In the final part of the session, you will work in groups to edit your own abstracts, applying the principles learned.
This training workshop aims to:
Become familiar with the working of scientific argumentation.
Recognize the structure and content of different types of scientific documents.
Write a solid project’s abstract.
Learn a few tips and common mistakes in English.
Set the basis for writing of a scientific article.
Scientists at IRB Barcelona are supported by an extensive range of common core facilities that provide state-of-the-art technologies and scientific services.
The mission of the Biostatistics/Bioinformatics Unit is to conduct collaborative research and to provide consultation and quantitative research resources to all IRB Barcelona research groups.
We assist scientists by providing both short and long-term consultancy services in the following areas:
• Experimental design: sample size, study design, planning of statistical methodology
• Data analysis: clinical or biomedical databases, genomics data
• Assistance with statistical methodology in own or others’ research
• Software: help in using software, development of software to meet special data analysis or study design needs
This one-day event aims to train participants in negotiation skills, providing them insights into the key factors that underpin negotiation across a variety of contexts. The programme will cover a range of competences that contribute to effective negotiation. In addition, gender aspects of negotiation will also be included. By the end of the workshop, participants should understand the process of negotiation, be more aware of their own style of communication, feel more confident about entering into negotiations, and recognise areas for personal development. The workshop will be given by Sarah Blackford, an academic career specialist (MA, Warwick University) with a background in bioscience research.