Information about iCARE-2 fellows will be listed in this page as soon as the fellowships start.
As highlighted in the European Charter of Researchers training in non-research oriented skills is essential to develop abilities that make researchers more valuable in the job market, expanding their career opportunities also in non-academic sectors.
Transferable skills include science communication, grant writing, Intellectual Property Rights, entrepreneurship, leadership, research integrity, and many more.
Within iCARE-2 program a dedicated budget (€ 1800/year) is transferred to the Hosting Institution and must be used for meetings and/or training events.
Date: 14/12/2018 Host/Organizer: IPR HelpDesk
From finding the right management framework for one’s activity to the question of how to develop a credible strategy focused on the management and exploitation of the research results, this webinar addresses different ways to define professional and systematic IP (Intellectual Property) management in Horizon 2020 projects.
Date: 19/12/2018 Host/Organizer: IPR HelpDesk
Learn more about exploitation of IP rights in H2020 projects. This webinar gives an overall view of the creation and the development of IP rights both during and after the duration of an H2020 project. The most common planning mistakes will be analysed and some practical tips will be given, so that you can have the best possible results from an H2020 project.
Date: 21-23 January 2019 and other dates available Host/Organizer: EMBO Location: Leimen - Germany (near Heidelberg)
The aim of this 3-day course is to explore with attendees their own approach to leadership – and the approaches of the other participants - and use this insight to define for each individual how they want to lead and manage their research groups or other teams. The course also provides insight into how teams work best together and how to identify and resolve barriers to the efficient operation of teams. Throughout the course, the trainers provide tools, techniques and insight tailored specifically to the laboratory/research setting for the management of teams, good communication, healthy resolution of conflict and the management of workloads and responsibilities.
Date: 19–21 February 2019 and other dates available Host/Organizer: EMBO Location: Leimen - Germany (near Heidelberg)
The successful management of research projects is key to success in science. This course introduces key concepts in project management, both for planning and managing work, and for working effectively with people (including with yourself).
Date: 27 February–1 March 2019 Host/Organizer: EMBO Location: Leimen - Germany (near Heidelberg)
This course aims to give women specific support, advice and tools to use in their leadership roles. It is intended for senior postdocs and group leaders.
Date: 29–31 May 2019 and other dates available Host/Organizer: EMBO Location: Leimen - Germany (near Heidelberg)
This workshop focuses on negotiation. Participants will gain an understanding and mastery of the negotiation process, which will support them in reaching their professional as well as private goals, and in building lasting partnerships.
If funded with an iCARE-2 fellowship, you get the right to register in the Marie Curie Alumni Association, a global network of researchers.
This publication (available as open access) suggests ten rules to collaboratively write a multi-authored paper.
The website Think. Check. Submit. helps researchers identify trusted journals for their research.
This publication (available online free of charge) give some advice on how to plan a fellowship application.
Researchers who are mobile get more citations and build broader teams of collaborators than those who aren’t, study finds.
This fact sheet is written as a frequently asked questions (FAQ) document, in order to answer the queries from Horizon 2020 applicants.
This book (available for free as a downloadable PDF document) is a collection of practical advice and experiences from seasoned biomedical investigators and includes chapters on laboratory leadership, getting funded, project management, and teaching and course design.
Short article in the Career News section of Nature (23 November 2018)
AIRC wants to give visibility to the scientific production of iCARE-2 fellows.
This page will host a link to all the scientific achievements produced during the fellowship’s period, such as papers, patents and conference proceedings.