EMCR Pathways issue 24—July 2021

EMCR Pathways EMCR newsletter Issue 24 July 2021

The Australian Early- and Mid-Career Researcher Forum of the Australian Academy of Science serves as the voice of the country's future scientific and research leaders. We currently reach over 4000 people and are seeking to broaden and increase our engagement with Australian EMCRs to better represent their views, needs and vision to decision-makers within the government, members of parliament and key funding agencies.

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Editors’ welcome

Hi again EMCRs! We have prepared a special edition of the newsletter to celebrate our 10th birthday.

10 years of EMCR Forum: Why, where, and how it all started

Marguerite Evans-Galea tells the story of how it all started.

10 years of EMCR Forum: Reflections from current and past­ Chairs

Chairs of the EMCR Forum share their journey helping build a more rewarding, sustainable, interconnected research environment for EMCRs.

10 years of EMCR Forum: Stories from our members

Vanessa Wong, Andrew Siebel and Jiao Jiao Li share reflections on how being members of the EMCR Forum has contributed to their careers.

Pride Month: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and something STEMM

Mohammad Taha shares some reflections on Pride Month: where it started, why, and where we want it to lead us.

On the job with… Dr Cherie Gambley

Cherie Gambley tells us about her path to become a plant pathologist and reflects on the challenges and rewards of this job

Cardiovascular Champions: Empowering scientists to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease

This unique training program is promoting communication skills among emerging leaders in the cardiovascular field.

EMCR Agony Aunt

Agony Aunt has a message to share with EMCRs while on annual leave.

What have we been up to?

It has been a busy couple of months for the EMCR Forum as they prepare to deliver the biggest Science Pathways conference yet.

Everything which is new has to come out of fundamental research, otherwise it’s not new. 

Manfred Eigen, 1967 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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