16 Dec 2015
WiSPP grant and fellowship workshop vodcast
In early December, the Women in Science Parkville Precinct (WiSPP) network hosted a grant and fellowship workshop to provide attendees with stategies to write a strong track record section.
Guest speaker, Dr Saraid Billiards, Director of Project Grants at the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), said it was essential to use plain English, be consistent with terms, references and writing style, and identify weak links in the application.
For more tips from Dr Billiards, as well as other guest speakers Professor Mary Wlodek, Associate Dean of Research at the University of Melbourne; Professor Katie Allen, Theme Director Population Health, Murdoch Children's Research Institute; Professor Ricky Johnstone, Associate Director Peter Mac Laboratory Research; and Professor Vicki Anderson, Theme Director Clinical Services, Murdoch Children's Research Institute view the vodcast here.