Earlier this year, Alzheimer’s Research UK offered dementia researchers in the early stages of their career a chance to sit in on a meeting of our Grant Review Board. Dr Lauren Walker took the opportunity…
In this post for the LSE Impact Blog – Shalini Kurapati introduces the concept of data stewarding. Drawing on her own experience, she describes how data stewarding has developed an important role in delivering open science
Is your desk a hot mess right now? Dr Linda Devereux can relate. In this post she shares the touching story of cleaning her office after the PhD was finished and the unexpected difficulty of the clearing out process.
Should early career researchers be expected to relocate regularly in order to land a permanent job? In this post for the LSE Impact Blog, Eva Krockow weighs the benefits of an international career against the costs of constant mobility.
Collaborations & partnerships are key to research across all fields. The Alzheimer’s Society Research Translation programme explores building a network outside of academia to help promote research findings to others and ensure your findings have a big impact.