Research training events

  • These events are of particular interest to research staff at Brookes.

    Further details about the "Your first three years" programme

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    Further details about the Research Staff Mentoring Scheme (internal access only)

    Graduate College Training Events


    Upcoming events

    • Introduction to Sequencing Data Analysis

      Introduction to Sequencing Data Analysis

      22 January 2020
      Day 1 and 2 will be workshops on generic computational skills for biologists who have little to no experience in R and/or the Linux environment and would like to gain further skills in these areas. Day 3 will be end-to-end tutorials on analyzing RNAseq and ATAC-seq (or ChIP-seq) data

    • Lean Start-up Method and Mindset - Your Why, How and What?

      Lean Start-up Method and Mindset - Your Why, How and What?

      28 January 2020
      Spark Session 1: James Lemon, a specialised start-up and travel consultant will explain the key concepts and principles of world of enterprise and look into the Lean Startup method, which teaches you how to drive a startup-how to steer, when to turn, and when to persevere-and grow a business with maximum acceleration.

    • Fuel Info Session

      Fuel Info Session

      31 January 2020
      Gather all the information you need to make your applications to the FUEL Awards 2020.

    • Applying for research funding - Why is this important? - Part of "Your First Three Years"

      05 February 2020
      The event focuses on why external research funding is important and includes a Q&A session with an expert panel, providing top tips on winning grants and managing rejection. THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

    • Bitesize LGBTQ+ Allies Workshop

      Bitesize LGBTQ+ Allies Workshop

      26 February 2020
      An introduction to being an LGBTQ+ ally.

    • Managing a research grant project - Part of "Your First Three Years"

      18 March 2020
      This session looks at how to manage an externally-funded research grant project, including the roles and responsibilities of the Principal Investigator in recruiting, managing and developing research staff and the who and where of post award support

    • Consultancy - An introduction for researchers

      22 April 2020
      Consultancy is the application of research knowledge and expertise to deliver impact for clients, and can take a variety of forms. This introduction will explore what consultancy looks like in practice, why do it, and some of the key issues to consider. It will be an interactive session which aims to build your understanding of how to develop your consultancy offer, and the support and information available. To be delivered by Juliet Bligh, Knowledge Exchange Support Manager, RBDO. This session includes lunch.

    • University Research Induction - Part of "Your First Three Years"

      10 June 2020
      A re-run of the Autumn 2019 event for new researchers unable to make the first date, or who started later in the academic year.

    • Introduction to Sequencing Data Analysis

      Introduction to Sequencing Data Analysis

      27 August 2020
      Day 1 and 2 will be workshops on generic computational skills for biologists who have little to no experience in R and/or the Linux environment and would like to gain further skills in these areas. Day 3 will be end-to-end tutorials on analyzing RNAseq and ATAC-seq (or ChIP-seq) data

  • Further training

    There's a wide variety of additional training on offer around Brookes.

    Vitae

    Vitae is the global leader in supporting the professional development of researchers. Oxford Brookes has a membership with Vitae and full access to a wide range of services. Further information can be obtained from the Research Training Co-ordinator, Susan Brooks.

    The Vitae Programme »