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Mentoring Day

Mentoring Day, Dublin, Sunday September 17, 2017 (a collaborative work of ECR, YPIC, EuBIC)

“On how to create and realize your scientific vision”

In a fast-paced environment, it’s often easy to neglect professional growth and development. The annual one-day workshop during International HUPO 2017 is an intensive and interactive meeting designed to provide and practice helpful tools to the early career proteomics researchers for a more effective career development plan. Get re-energized at this workshop and receive invaluable advice and tips to realize your vision including time management, manuscript writing, grant writing, industrial collaborations/job opportunity, giving and receiving feedback and work-life balance. Everyone is welcome at the Mentoring Day, scheduled for Sunday, September 17th 2017 at HUPO Dublin.

Self-advertisement of the three groups (5 min of presentation, each)

  • EuBIC: who are we? Our resources – Q&A, Wiki, Courses (Marie/Veit)
  • YPIC: who are we, how to contact, join us?
  • ECR – Vision and Mission

 

Early Morning Session (9.15-10:45AM)

Creating your scientific vision and the importance to transmit and communicate your vision and your goals

9:15

Leroy Hood: Developing your scientific vision, path to it and consequence of it

9:45

Panel discussion on experience from different science career paths on how it was to concretize your vision (“senior scientist” experience). What does “future in academia” actually mean?

  • Experience from Academia (Nicki Packer, Thomas Joos, Jennifer Van Eyk)
  • Experience from industry (Delanghe, Bernard (Thermo Fisher), Christine Miller (Agilent))
  • Experience from bioinformatics (Juan Antonio Vizcaíno, Lennart Martens)

Coffee break


 

Late morning Session 11.00-12:45

How to establish your project in the era of big collaborative science?

11:00

David Harrington, Bernard Kuster: “How to Collaborate — and How Not to: How not to be burned with collaborator”

  • Think wisely before choosing the “right” collaborator
  • Thinking logically, not emotionally
  • How (and when) to take sides and still be a good collaborator
  • Building bridges instead of burning them

 

11:45

Michel Hill, Andrew Pitt, John Yates: ” Editor and reviewer highlight the ingredients required for a “great manuscript”?


Lunch break


 

Brain Storming/Round Table Session 14:00 -15:30

  • How to follow your vision?
  • What you need beyond your profession to succeed and how to balance this?
  • Open data in modern science.

15:45-5:45


Happy Hour 



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