About This Show
Through our podcasts we aim to explore a range of topics which will be of interest to Early Career Dementia Researchers, or others interested in working and studying in the field.
The topics range from those focused on careers, such as grant writing and areas of science and research, delving into specific studies aiming to help beat dementia.
This podcast series brought to you by DementiaResearcher.nihr.ac.uk a new website for Early Career Dementia Researchers - everything you need, all in one place.
Most Recent Episode
Managing & fostering good relations with PhD supervisors
3 days ago
Working life is inherently relational and in the case of doing a PhD, a specific and unique relation is that with your mentor or supervisor. Mutually nurturing this relationship, is key to success, or is it?
In this weeks podcast, our panel explore how they have worked with, and managed their relationships with supervisors. How this develops over time, how you ensure your research is your own and their tips for success.
This weeks host is Chris Hardy a Clinical neuroscience and Postdoc from University College London and the panellists are Jacki Stansfield a PhD working also at UCL, Robyn Dowlen, PhD Student at The University of Manchester and finally Lisa Thorpe a PhD Student, University of Chester.
(Needless to say, they all have perfect relationships with their supervisors)
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