The Australian Academy of Science supports early- and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) through a variety of mechanisms.
The major initiatives are:
If you identify as an EMCR working in Australia, the Academy and EMCR Forum Executive encourage you to get involved in the national discussion(s) about your future.
Below are a range of ways you can get involved.
Become a member of the Australian EMCR Forum and receive the regular email updates on opportunities for EMCRs and the newsletter EMCR Pathways.
A great way to develop your career and build your network is through the range of events and opportunities affiliated with the EMCR Forum and the Australian Academy of Science. If you have an idea for an activity apply to have funded through the Theo Murphy (Australia) Initiative.
This new initiative for EMCRs aims to shape the future of Australian brain science, learn how you can get involved.
The EMCR Forum Executive have created and compiled a collection of online resources to meet the needs of Australia’s future leaders.
Read past EMCR Pathways newsletters and find out what’s going on around Australia.
Get inspired by some of our EMCRs member stories.
The EMCR Forum Executive seeks feedback from all EMCRs in Australia in shaping responses to the submission/consultation calls from various agencies and funding bodies. Follow this link for information on what Australia’s EMCRs have responded to to-date.
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