COVID Principal Investigator Blog: Dr Terry Quinn

COVID Principal Investigator Blog: Dr Terry Quinn

Following on from the success of our SDRC Early Career Researcher guest blogs, we wanted to represent our more established researchers as well. We are delighted to share a blog from Dr Terry Quinn, Clinical Senior Lecturer from the University of Glasgow and SDRC...
Two Project Opportunities for Early Career Researchers

Two Project Opportunities for Early Career Researchers

Scottish Dementia Research Consortium are pleased to share some exciting short-term projects. These opportunities are particularly suited to early career researchers and have been designed to allow for useful skills development, networking and publications. ...
COVID Impact on ECRs: Tuuli Hietamies

COVID Impact on ECRs: Tuuli Hietamies

The SDRC are continuting our series of blogs featuring Early Career Researchers who are sharing how COVID has impacted their research and career prospects. Today’s blog is from Tuuli Hietamies, thank you Tuuli for your contribution! Read the rest of...
Early Career Researchers: Fatene Abakar Ismail

Early Career Researchers: Fatene Abakar Ismail

In today’s COVID Impact blog, Fatene Abakar Ismail from the University of Glasgow is sharing her experiences of lockdown so far, how the pandemic has affected research and balancing working with being a mum. Read more blogs in the series here. My name is Fatene...
COVID Impact on ECRs: Tharin Phenwan

COVID Impact on ECRs: Tharin Phenwan

This week on the SDRC blog we are continuing our Early Career Researcher blog series on the impact of COVID.  Today’s blog is by Tharin Phenwan. You can read the entire blog series here. My name is Tharin Phenwan. I am a second-year PhD student at the University...