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Dr Shalin Naik Jan 16
So my I thought i had been saving for the last 5 days, including on dropbox, apparently did not. 5 days of intense work lost and 2 week holiday starts tomorrow. No movies on the flight for this cat.
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NHMRC Jan 17
With an estimated 1 in 10 Australian adults showing signs of chronic kidney disease, A/Prof Allison Tong is working on patient-informed standardised outcomes to help people live well with . Learn more:
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stevecolbran 31m
So broken, a lottery could do better... On grant writing “As success rates are historically 20–25%, much of this time has no immediate benefit to either the researcher or society, and there are large opportunity costs in lost research output.”
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Alex Cooke Jan 17
The has opened 2019 call for international collaborations in dementia research, with Australian participation through ⁦⁩ and co-funded with the ⁦⁩. See:
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Adrian Barnett Jan 14
It's 2019 and I'm still painfully hand-entering publications into RGMS, even though the ability to automate this has been available for years (e.g., my own )
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Dr Natalie Matosin Jan 10
people... what does Additional Publication Outputs in career disruption mean?
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NHMRC Jan 13
Investigator Grant and MRFF grant opportunities open, draft ME/CFS advisory committee report available, and information on MRFF Million Minds Mission. ’s Tracker is now live
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Dr Darsh Ayton 16h
Wordsmithing my investigator grant & so thankful that is streaming all movies. Watching it in the background.
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Jen Marino Jan 17
so how's everybody holding up? shall we get together for a nationwide primal scream this afternoon?
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Jen Marino Jan 16
I am surprised how cheering it is to hear that everyone, at every level, applying for feels at least slightly at sea. I have heard "Oh God, it's all wrong, I'm starting over" several times, from junior postdocs and named professors.
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NHMRC Jan 14
has opened a 2019 funding call for international collaborations in dementia research. Information on the call is available here
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NHMRC Jan 13
would love to hear from you about how we’re doing with our new brand and our communication methods. It’s your last chance to complete our quick survey to tell us what you think
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Akram Zamani Jan 15
Writing about one’s grant application and research impact=reliving all the horrible events during one’s phd contributing to many lost opportunities over and over again. One Silently cries.Tweets about it to get over it.Continues writing. One is proud of where one is today
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tim moss Jan 11
every time i open on a weekend a little part of the non-medical-researcher-me dies
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NHMRC Jan 14
Applications for the e-ASIA Joint Research Program (JRP) Grant scheme for funding in 2019 will open in RGMS on Friday 18 January 2019. Learn more here:
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Dr Jane Bourke Jan 11
Having had a career disruption, and also served on GRP when these are considered, it’s definitely worth making sure that you include these extra outputs
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NHMRC Jan 15
“My visit to AIATSIS was very educational as the organisation focuses on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge’s, history, art and connections of family, people and land." - Vernon Armstrong, Indigenous Intern
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Prof Rebecca Ritchie Jan 11
Replying to @sjwill99 @MicrobialMe
Totally agree. Bit hard this year though for No precedent for applications (& no, previous fellowship applications not as helpful this year)
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Geoffrey Norman Pain Jan 16
Auditory Working Memory testing, more than just of school children in reveals damage to your brain showing dose-dependent reduction with in drinking water. fail to act on
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Anne Tiedemann Jan 12
needs to change grant deadlines so that we all can have a proper Christmas break with family and friends instead of writing grants
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