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Cambridge University Libraries Training: Section for Clinical School Library Training sessions

Cambridge University Personal and Professional Development website (PPD) these pages have lots of useful resources for all career stages. Podcasts, Mentoring, Career Development and lots more.

Cambridge University Postdoc Academy has training opportunities that are listed here - search by category is available.

Cambridge University Public Engagement including Engaged Researcher training is provided by the Public Engagement Team - a portfolio of transferable skill trainings and support for Post Graduate Research students, researchers and professional staff is available. For help with promoting your research to a wider audience or to find out how you can provide expert comment in the media, please contact Craig Brierley.

FameLab UK an annual science communication competition that seeks out, trains and promotes the best new voices in science, technology and engineering. Open to all in October of each year. 

Linked In training sign in with your University/organisations email address to see what's on offer to you.


Career Support

Cambridge University has a Careers Advice service with many resources. You may also find this page from Human Resources helpful.

Bio-Spark is an education and research programme that provides support for early-stage scientists, including but not limited to those engaged in a PhD or Postdoc. Bio-spark provides mentorship, gives opportunity to sample different company environments, and provides help that may lead to the formation of a company.

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We connect cardiovascular researchers in Cambridge and beyond.

For inquiries about our research, please contact Dr Jane Sugars

For enquiries about our website or joining Cambridge Cardiovascular, please contact Denise Hatherly

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