Due Date: December 17, 2018
Are you a college student or postdoc in any field of biology with an engaging research study story that you wish to show the world? Do you wish to discover how to provide among the very best science talks of your profession? Get the iBiology Young Researcher Seminars Competitors 2019
The Young Researcher Workshops (YSS) is a video series produced by iBiology that includes early-career researchers providing talks about their research study and discoveries. Just like all iBiology videos, the YSS videos are easily readily available online and extensively seen by a worldwide audience of trainees, researchers, teachers, and the general public.
- Winners will get an all-expenses paid journey to the University of California, San Francisco (late Spring 2019, specific date TBD), where they will go to a multi-day science interaction workshop led by the Alan Alda Center for Interacting Science, in partnership with iBiology. Throughout the workshop, they will make enhancements to their 30- minute research study talks.
- At the end of the workshop week, winners will tape-record their enhanced 30- minute research study talks in iBiology’s green screen studio. Studio-recorded talks will be published on the iBiology site as part of a the Young Researcher Seminars.
- Get a $500 honorarium.
- Open to U.S. and global pre-doctoral college student (i.e. PhD prospects) and post-doctoral fellows in any field of the life sciences;-LRB- ****************).
- Although you are not needed to be a PhD prospect to be qualified to use, your research study story must be close to publication or have actually been just recently released to be thought about.
The winners will be picked in 2 stages.
- Stage 1– Finalist Choice: 10 to twenty finalists will be selected based upon their sent application products
- Stage 2– Winner Choice: Finalists will provide a 20- minute audition talk in English utilizing videoconference to the iBiology personnel. Info about the 20- minute talk, consisting of the due date and standards, will be provided to the finalists prior to the audition. 4 winners will be picked from the swimming pool of finalists, based upon both the science and clearness of the talks.
Each application need to consist of:
- A brief declaration (3000 characters optimum, consisting of areas) describing why you (the candidate) are using to the YSS competitors and how you would gain from getting involved
- A 2-page CV or resume that highlights: research study experience, clinical discussion experience and awards, and science interaction, outreach or education activities
- A brief composed description (3000 characters optimum, consisting of areas) of the clinical discovery that you (the candidate) wish to share on video camera and its value, for a non-expert however clinical audience (e.g. an undergraduate trainee in the life sciences). This brief research study description should explain why the research study is fascinating and unique, and discuss the ‘so what?’ of your work. You are welcome to utilize stories and examples to achieve this. You do not require to send a video for this
- A recommendation letter from a professor (emailed individually) that discuss the candidate’s clinical benefit and interaction abilities. Recommenders must send out a signed recommendation letter (in.pdf format) connected to an e-mail to [email protected] with “[APPLICANT LAST NAME, FIRST INITIAL]” in the subject line
To find out more, see iBiology