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Annual Vitae Researcher Development International Conference

last modified Apr 28, 2016 02:41 PM

When: 12th - 13th September

Where: Manchester, UK.

We have now published all of the conference themes and you can find them alongside some crucial information on how to submit your proposal on our event's page.

Key deadlines:

  • The deadline for proposing a workshop is 17.00 on Monday 8 June 2015
  • Special interest session or poster deadline: Friday 22 July 2016

The Vitae Conference is a key feature in the annual calendar of researcher development across the world and the 2015 conference was a resounding success with more researcher developers and academic staff attending than ever before, indicating a real commitment to the field.  You can read about last year’s conference, revisit the plenary presentations and browse the videos from the Three Minute Thesis 2015 UK Final, which is always a highlight at the conference.

We would be delighted if you could join us in Manchester (which is also the European City of Science 2016) so please save the date and register your interest to be notified when the event opens for bookings. Discounted participant rates will be available for successful contributors.

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