The Brain and Mind Centre's Early- Career Research Development Initiative invests in early-career researchers in brain and mind sciences to foster personal and professional success.
Our Early-Career Research Development Initiative is led by Professor Phil Robinson and Associate Professor Kate Double. As Co-Chairs, they work together with early-career researchers at the Brain and Mind Centre to develop pathways, workshops, mentoring programs and project funding to help emerging researchers make the most of their time at the Brain and Mind Centre.
The Brain and Mind Centre Early-Career Research Development Initiative is led by two academic Co-Chairs, Prof. Phil Robinson and A/Prof Kay Double. The Co-Chairs provide guidance and report upwards into Brain and Mind Centre's Research Committee.
At present the committee comprises of early-career researchers from Brain and Mind Centre's Camperdown and Westmead campuses. Representatives from Nepean and Northern Clinical School are currently invited to apply.