Training Activities

"Management & Communication in Oxford" and Cambridge



Transferable Skills Workshop

“Management & Communication" in Oxford and Cambridge

6th to 9th May, 2014

 

RADOX RESEARCH MANAGEMENT COURSE 6th MAY 2014

 Venue: West Wing L6, John Radcliffe Hospital, Seminar Rooms A & B

9:00-9:10        Prof. Keith Channon

Introduction

Raising funding for your research/career development

9:10-9:40        Prof. Keith Channon

How to write a successful grant application

9:40-10:10      Dr. Charis Antoniades

Tips and tricks for Marie Curie applications

10:10-10:30    Coffee break

Scientific management

10:30-11:00    Oxford’s Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics core genomics group

Working with core facilities

11:00-11:30    Prof. David Greaves

Scientific planning

11:30-12:00    Dr. Nick Alp

Management and organization of projects in industry vs academia

12:00-13:45    Lunch break

 

Working with industry

12:45-13:15    Dr. Cheerag Shirodaria

Organising and managing clinical trials: The industry’s perspective

13:15-13:45    Alex Prior

Building alliances with industry: The Oxford business model

13:45-14:00    Closing remarks

  

TRAVEL TO CAMBRIDGE 7th MAY

Arrival in Cambridge by minibus late in the morning

Sight seeing in the afternoon

Free evening

  

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL DOCTORAL TRAINING PROGRAM 8th May 2014

Venue: Cambridge Judge Business School, Trumpington Street, CB2 1AG

 The day will be conducted by Harold Chee, Academic Programme Director of Executive Education at the Judge Business School

All sessions will be interactive and consist of exercises

 

Morning Session:     What is Leadership?

                               Leaders versus Managers

                               Leadership Styles

Lunch

 

Afternoon Session:  Effective Teams

                               Extensive Exercise on Teams

                               Personal Action Plans

 

 

Close of Programme

Transferable skills training: Data-management skills and quality control

 

 

Transferable Skills Workshop

“Data and Projectmanagement and Good Scientific Practice"

Bayer HealthCare, Wuppertal

24th to 26th December, 2014

Monday, November 24th

Arrival and Welcome

19:00     Dinner

 

Tuesday, November 25th

Session 1: Good Scientific Practice and Laboratory Work

9:00-9:30         General Principles of Scientific Work

9:30-10:30       Exercise: Research Design and Experimental Planning

10:30-11:00     Coffee break

11:00-11:45     Data Handling and Documentation

11:45-12:30     Animal Management

12:30-14:00     Lunch

Session 2: Working in Multidisciplinary Teams

14:00-14:45      Leadership and Communication in Teams and Projects

14:45-15:30     Conflict Management (incl. Exercise)

15:30-16:00      Coffee break

16:00-16:45     Diversity & Inclusion (incl. Role Play)

16:45-17:30     External Collaborations

18:30-22:00     Social Event

 

Wednesday, November 26th

Session 3: From Research to Development

9:00-9:05         Wrap-up of 1st Day

9:05-9:45         Clinical Development and Study Design

9:45-10:00       Coffee break; Hotel Check-out

10:00-10:30     Regulatory Affairs

10:30-11:00     Market Access

11:00-11:30     Q & A

11:30-12:30     General Discussion/ RADOX Topics

12:40                Transfer to Bayer Research Center for Visit

13:00-13:45     Lunch

14:00-14:30     GDD presentation

14:30-16:30     Visit of Bayer Labs (Lead Discovery, Medical Chemistry, Pharmacology)

17:00                 Individual Departure

 

 

 

 

 

Transferable skills training: Gender-related differences in medicine and management, conflict management & assertiveness

 

Training events, workshops & conferences

Scientific workshop: Kick off meeting

Lead Organising Institution

University of Berlin

Planned date

26

Planned Venue

Berlin

Transferable skills training: Ethics and good clinical practice

 

Training events, workshops & conferences

Transferable skills training: Ethics and good clinical practice

Lead Organising Institution

University of Leuven

Planned date

32

Planned Venue

Leuven

Transferable skills training: Focus on Biomedical Law, Intellectual Property and Health economics

 

Training events, workshops & conferences

Transferable skills training: Focus on Biomedical Law, Intellectual Property and Health economics

Lead Organising Institution

BMB, University of Maastricht

Planned date

40

Planned Venue

Maastricht

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