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Effective self-management for early career researchers in the natural and life sciences

Bielczyk, Natalia Z., Ando, Ayaka, Badhwar, AmanPreet, Caldinelli, Chiara, Gao, Mengxia, Haugg, Amelie, Hernandez, Leanna M., Ito, Kaori L., Kessler, Dan, Lurie, Dan, Makary, Meena M., Nikolaidis, Aki, Veldsman, Michele, Allen, Christopher, Bankston, Adriana, Bottenhorn, Katherine L., Braukmann, Ricarda, Calhoun, Vince, Cheplygina, Veronika, Boffino, Catarina Costa, Ercan, Ece, Finc, Karolina, Foo, Heidi, Khatibi, Ali, La, Christian, Mehler, David M.A., Narayanan, Sridar, Poldrack, Russell A., Raamana, Pradeep Reddy, Salo, Taylor, Godard-Sebillotte, Claire, Uddin, Lucina Q., Valeriani, Davide, Valk, Sofie L., Walton, Courtney C., Ward, Phillip G.D., Yanes, Julio A. and Zhou, Xinqi 2020. Effective self-management for early career researchers in the natural and life sciences. Neuron 106 (2) 10.1016/j.neuron.2020.03.015

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Early career researchers (ECRs) are faced with a range of competing pressures in academia, making self-management key to building a successful career. The Organization for Human Brain Mapping undertook a group effort to gather helpful advice for ECRs in self-management.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Psychology
Publisher: Elsevier (Cell Press)
ISSN: 0896-6273
Date of Acceptance: 22 April 2020
Last Modified: 22 Jun 2020 13:51

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