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Outcome: 3rd Annual Seedcorn Fund 2017

Posted on 15 June 2017 by Amy Baldwin

Contributors: Liliana Ordonez and Amy Baldwin The Annual Post-doc Seedcorn Fund gives BIOSI research staff the opportunity to develop their own research interests. Launched at this year’s Research Day, the Cardiff School of Biosciences generously increased its support of the scheme to £20,000 this year from £12,000 previously. The additional funding enabled research staff to
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MEETING: next RSG meeting 30th Nov 2016

Posted on 24 November 2016 by Andrew Hollins

The next general Research Staff Meeting will be on Wednesday the 30th November 2-3PM 1-2PM Room E1.03 in the Sir Martin Evans Building There will be donuts for all !! Come along to the meeting to hear about and discuss all the exciting new developments for Research Staff including the Research Day, the new Seed Corn
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NEWS: 2nd Annual Post-doc Seedcorn Fund – outcome

Posted on 21 June 2016 by Andrew Hollins

2nd Annual Post-doc Seedcorn Fund outcome The Biosciences Research Staff Group is delighted to announce that the following eight researchers will receive a BIOSI Post-doc Seedcorn fund award. Many congratulations to (in alphabetical order): Amy Baldwin Cerith Jones Christian Schnell Michail Kukarsky Monika Jakubowska Pawel Ferdek Polina Yarova Rhiannon French
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2nd Annual Post-doc Seedcorn Fund

Posted on 12 May 2016 by Maddy Young

The Biosi Research Staff Group are pleased to be able to announce the call for applications for the 2nd Annual Post-doc Seedcorn Fund. There are up to 6 grants of up to £2,000 each available, and it is open to all post-docs within Cardiff University School of Biosciences who have more than 2 years experience.
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INTERVIEW: Maddy Young (RSG Co-Chair)

Posted on 2 March 2016 by Andrew Hollins

Contributor – Maddy Young Co-chair Biosciences Research Staff Group (Fixed Term Research Staff representative) Research Associate on a Cancer Research UK funded programme grant Since finishing my PhD at Cardiff in 2013, I was fortunate enough to be able to continue my research into the relationship between intestinal stem cells and colorectal cancer as a
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