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WINGS workshop on grant writing

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On March 8th, the International Women's Day, WINGS hosted a workshop entitled 'VR application workshop',  together with Future Faculty and Career Center-Faculty of Medicine. The aim of which is to provide insights on VR application, learn for reviewers and grant proposals to both Swedish and European funders, since VR-grants are rather competitive. During the workshop there was a panel discussion moderated by Elevate Scientific, where the partcipants learned the criteria for success. 

The criteria are easy to implement and have a large impact. The workshop has been much appreciated among researchers and have been given at Lund University. 

Moderators: The workshop and panel discussion instructors are: Anders Björklund (Neurobiology), Maria Björkqvist (Biomarkers in Brain Disease), Prof. Zaal Kokaia (Lund Stem Cell Center), Prof. Emer. Åke Nilsson (Gastroenterologi) and Prof. Emma Sparr (Physical Chemistry)

For further information regarding the event and its outcome please visit: http://elevatescientific.com/how-to-get-funded-a-peek-behind-the-scenes/

 

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Photo credit: Cara Harrison/Elevate Scientific

 

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