Nick Pokorzynski, PhD, our eLife Ambassador, alongside our experienced panel of speakers will follow-on from the August ECR Wednesday webinar introduction to Science Policy and discuss more real world applications of science policy and their science policy related projects in detail.
Due to the large interest by the ECR community in science policy we have organised this follow-up event. Come learn how to get involved and create action and true impact!
Naomi Wallace, PhD, Manager of Impact Initiatives at Association of Science and Technology Centers: will discuss connecting researchers with communities for grassroots action.
Emily Myers, PhD student in Political Science at Duke University and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow: will explain how science and labor policy impact the scientific workforce- using collective action to tackle challenges facing researchers at every level of career
Shannon Kozlovich, PhD, Science and Policy Consultant, World Health Organization: will discuss the 'Political Determinants of Health - how systems and policies impact the health and wellbeing of societies and what science and data can do about it'.
Hana Janebar, PhD, Co-Founder and CEO at Juno Bio: will share her experiences for 'Multi-route approaches for tackling health needs of under-addressed groups'.