This session is aimed at students beginning their studies in the October 2022 block and registering with the Social & Economic Research Institutes (SERI). Invitations to attend this session will be sent directly by the SERI PGR Admin team.
A briefing workshop to build and refresh awareness of EPSRC standard grants. Additionally although the focus will be on EPSRC standard grants in this instance the basic principles will be applicable to other research council standard grants so may be of interest to a broad range of academics. The session will be led by … Continue reading EPSRC Standard Research Grant Briefing Workshop
Delivered by specialists in grant writing, GrantCraft, this workshop will help you develop the skills and expertise needed to tackle the grant development process with increased confidence and knowledge. The session will introduce the process of research funding from the initial generation of an idea through to submission and the review process. It will help … Continue reading GrantCraft Workshop: Fundamentals of Grant Writing
This session is aimed at SHU staff, but is not appropriate for PGRs and ECRs. Delivered by funding specialists GrantCraft, this workshop is specifically designed for academics who would like to apply for significant (>£100k) grant funding from funders such as UK Research Councils (particularly focused on BBSRC, MRC, and EPSRC), National Institute for Health … Continue reading GrantCraft Workshop: Strategies for Successful Targeted Proposals
Taking a piece of academic research through to being incorporated in a medical device for launch into the clinic and onto the market is not a simple process, but it is plannable. This talk uses an established medical device process, the Biodesign Process, to illustrate the journey from academic research to full launch. The … Continue reading Some successful approaches to medical device design
In this training session we will walk you through the planning of a translational research project and how to develop your research proposal with the end in mind. We will discuss what makes a strong translational project/proposal and which common gaps/mistakes to look out for. We will guide you through the funding landscape and ‘what … Continue reading Developing your translational funding strategy – Innovation Funding Team event
Between an invention and, finally, a new medical product there is a vast amount of innovation to do. Whilst the invention is important (it is the spark that enables the innovation, after all), it is not intrinsically where the true commercial value lies; that is determined by a host of other considerations, many of which … Continue reading Commercialisation of medical innovations