The Executive Committee of ASBDD has welcomed the formation of a sub-committee of early/mid career researchers (EMCR). This sub-committee consists of early/mid-career researchers interested in supporting their peers and promoting early/mid career researchers through the ASBDD.
The aim of the early/mid-career researcher sub-committee is to foster early/mid-career ASBDD members through a variety of channels:
- To provide a support network for ASBDD early/mid-career researchers through ASBDD membership
- To provide an avenue for early/mid-career researchers to voice their concerns in regards to psychiatric research and the activities of the ASBDD
- To provide peer support and/or mentoring for early/mid-career researchers
- To provide an avenue of communication and promotion from early/mid-career researchers back to the ASBDD regarding ASBDD supported projects.
The members of the sub-committee invite all early to mid-career researchers to take part in these activities. Researchers will be considered early/mid-career if they are less than 10 years post-PhD, although this wouldn’t be expected to be enforced (other than for awards etc).
Learn about the dedicated committee members of the EMCR here
View past issues of the ASBDD EMCR Sub-Committee newsletters here
CALL FOR MEMBERS
The ASBDD EMCR sub-committee is putting together a mailing list of ASBDD Members who identify themselves as ASBDD EMCR (less than 10 years post PhD, Masters, or research equivalent). If you would like to receive correspondence and be involved in the ASBDD EMCR activities, please complete the form below.
The ASBDD EMCR sub-committee is also calling for Committee Members to represent their state as ASBDD EMCR Committee Members. If you are interested in contributing to the Committee please contact Emma to put forward your nomination. There is no additional membership fee to join the EMCR sub-committee for ASBDD members.
Trung Ngo is the Online Liaison Officer. Trung can be contacted by email at Trung.Ngo@uq.edu.au