Early Career Networking Event

Hodgkin Huxley House,
30 Farringdon Lane,
London EC1R 3AW, United Kingdom

On Thursday 9 June, The Physiological Society hosted an early career networking event to support Affiliates wishing to meet each other and senior members of The Society. The event also included a series of talks providing an insight into some key skills such as public engagement and networking.

The full programme can be found here, and the presentations can be accessed from the links below. The organisers thought the following links might also be useful, specifically with regards to opportunities to engage in outreach:

STEM Ambassadors: http://www.stemnet.org.uk/ambassadors/

British Science Association Local Branches: http://www.britishscienceassociation.org/the-branches

Opportunites to engage with Physoc-organised outreach activities: http://www.physoc.org/volunteer

Presentations

Presenting your Science to Lay Audiences, Charlotte Haigh

Discovery Zone as a Case Study, Sue Deuchars (presented by Laura Corns)

Applying for an Outreach Grant, Laura Corns

Mentoring, Natalia Lajczak and Hannah Moir

Networking Tips, Rachel Tribe.

The event was free to attend, and there are plans to repeat the event outside London. The website will be updated with details as they are made available.

Please note that there will also be plenty of opportunities at The Society’s main meeting, Physiology 2016, including at the Early Career Social on Thursday 28 July.