Since March 2020, UKRI has been issuing information for DTP holders and funded students relating to the impact of COVID-19 on UKRI-supported research. Below are some key updates:
UKRI update on student support (January 2021).
UKRI Open Letter to funded students
Undergraduate Research Experience Placements
EASTBIO DTP understands the significant opportunity that its Undergraduate Research Experience Placements offers to undergraduate students who may wish to embark on a research career path. EASTBIO is committed to delivering the scheme. However, we will not be able to offer placements this year due to continued restrictions operating in many labs. The scheme will be re-launched in the summer of 2022, with additional awards to take into account those we have been unable to host in 2020 or 2021, and will include a programme of Widening Participation activities open to eligible applicants. We will advertise further details via our website in early 2022.
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EASTBIO Induction and Training Days 2021
The Induction Day events for the new intake of students starting in autumn 2021 will be held online across two half days, the 11th and the 12th of October. Induction will be followed by an online Training Day - with a Masterclass on Statistics and Experimental Design, delivered by Dr Graham Horgan - on the 13th of October. Both events are mandatory for new starts. Further updates here.
EASTBIO Annual Symposia
The tenth EASTBIO Annual Symposium, on the Societal Impact of Bioscience Research, is scheduled to be held in the University of Edinburgh (17-18 June 2021) - we will shortly advise on the format of this key event. Our reps, representing second- and first-year students, have been planning a programme of talks and activities around the focus on societal impact of research.
EASTBIO group photo at the eighth EASTBIO Symposium - Dundee, Dalhousie Building, 13 June 2019
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