Centre for Predictive In Vitro Models ECR Network Event
Date: 2 November 2021 Time: 14:00 - 16:00
Queen Mary's Centre for Predictive in vitro Models would like to invite you to an ECR network event to find out more about the centre and what it has currently has to offer ECRs as well as discuss future activities.
The event will be held online will provide an overview of recent and on-going CPM activities and key resources; benefits and expectations of membership as well as small group sessions to discuss and sharing ideas to help shape future centre activities. Please see event programme:
14.00 Welcome and introduction: Maggie Kaneva – Post-doc Fellow/CPM ECR advisor
14.05 CPM management team to provide an overview of recent and on-going CPM activities and key resources; benefits and expectations of membership (Thomas Iskratsch – CPM Industrial Engagement Lead); CREATE lab (Liisa Blowes – CREATE Lab Manager); Emulate Centre (Clare Thompson – Centre Research Scientist) Q&A
14.25 Intro to breakout group tasks (Maggie)
14.30 Breakout Groups
1 min participant intro slide (ECRs to prepare 1 x ppt slide on current research including current/future work on in vitro models (in advance) Group discussion on the following questions:
- How could advanced in vitro models strengthen your research/what are your interests in this field?
- What do you hope to get out of the CPM ECR network, what activities would be useful?
- What do you think the next steps should be and how could the CPM help facilitate this?
15.10 Groups return to main meeting room for feedback (Breakout group lead)
15.30 Instructions on how to update researcher profiles on the website (Maggie)
15.50 Meeting wrap-up/next steps summary (Thomas)
If you are interested in attending this event and joining the CPM ECR network please first register your interests on the CPM registration page:
This event will be organised and run by the CPM ECR advisory group, please REGISTER HERE before the deadline of noon, Thursday 21 October 2021 if you would like to attend.
Updated by: Julia Coffey