Year 1: Foundation training

Dr Nicholas Weise at the EASTBIO World-Class Underpinning session on Computing & Machine Learning in Biology (Dundee, 6 March 2020)


 

Your first year (2022/23) comprises the following training elements:

Mandatory:

Induction Day activities (3-4 October 2022, Stirling; 10 points)

PIPS/CASE Q&A event (1 & 2 February 2023; 10 points)

Virtual Thematic meetings (4 in year 1, starting from December 2022; student-led; in alternating months; 40 points)

Foundation Masterclasses - Set 1 (30 points)

Presentation Skills training (via host institution; 10 points)

The Resilient Researcher Workshop (20 & 27 January 2023, online, mandatory)

Enterprise Skills Development (10 points) - for Collaborative students only

Public Engagement activities, 2 days per year (via host institution; student-led)

Annual Symposium (Edinburgh, 12-13 June 2023; 10 points)     

Research Integrity online training (via host institution; 10 points)       


Student-Selected Development (optional):

Foundation Masterclasses - Set 2 and Set 3 (10 points per course)

SysMIC course (via competitive application; 20 points for SysMIC Module I)

Advanced Bioscience Skills (no points in year 1; 10 points per course in year 2)

Click on each heading above to see more details about each training component.


EASTBIO PhD Professional Development Record & Sign-Up Form

To enable us to deliver our bespoke EASTBIO training, we ask all first-year students to submit an editable online Sign-Up Form by 1st of November 2022.  Students will also be asked to submit their PhD Professional Development Form by the end of September 2023 and again by the end of September 2024, with details of all the training they will have had by these deadline(s); both mandatory and optional training should be included. EASTBIO-related training should amount to a total of 200 points by the end of their second year of PhD study. Documents will be circulated to students directly.

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