Have you ever been frustrated with the process of editing and revising your manuscript? Have you had the sense that something wasn’t quite right, but were unsure what the issue is or how to address it? If you answered yes to these questions, join Christine Feak from the English Language Institute and Jiawei Ribaudo from Global REACH at the Medical School in this hands-on workshop on January 24, 2022, as we discuss approaches to editing and revising a manuscript.
Lecturer IV, English Language Institute
Michigan Research Experts (MRE) is a searchable database of researcher interests and expertise from across the University of Michigan. It includes research profiles with publications, grants, clinical trials, and more.
In this session, attendees will learn how to use MRE to:
Thank you to everyone who attended the inaugural Research Track Faculty Symposium will be held on Thursday, March 23rd, 2023.
A success factor for any career, networking can be daunting for shyer people, who then envy the “people-oriented” ones. In fact, both the introverted and the extraverted can benefit from a more systematic approach to professional networking.
This lecture reviews the types of network worth considering and the approaches to effective networking, both face to face and online, each time offering concrete, readily applicable tips.
Join us for a full-day program designed specifically for scientists and faculty in the research space. This comprehensive program offers two tailored workshops to meet the unique needs of the community:
- Difficult Conversations in the Research Workplace: Fundamentals of Negotiation
- Managing Your Science Team: Setting Goals, Giving Feedback, and Evaluating Scientists
Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your skills and become a more effective leader and collaborator.
This presentation will describe user-friendly tools and services for harnessing clinical, genetic, wearables, etc data for your research projects.
After attending this presentation, attendees should be able to: