The Ten Secrets of Success in Science by Professor Trevor Robbins
Tuesday, 1st September 2015
Updated: Thursday, 26th April 2018
The BAP takes supporting the next generation of clinical and preclinical scientists seriously. We do this in a number of ways, including offering discounted trainee membership, support to attend our meetings, training in clinical and non-clinical psychopharmacology, and generous prizes and bursaries to recognise the work of trainees and support them to attend our meetings and other conferences.
We also run a dedicated Trainees' Workshop at our annual meeting to help students and early career researchers develop their careers. Topics have included how to get started in research, how to combine research with family life, how to develop a career in clinical and/or preclinical research and working in industry.
This year in Bristol the workshop included an interactive discussion on the secrets of success in science from Professor Trevor Robbins. Professor Robbins is arguably one of the top ten neuroscientists in the World and has had a major impact on the field. He has also supervised and mentored over 80 PhD and post-doctoral researchers, many of whom have gone on to head research teams in their own right.
You can hear Professor Robbins summarising his top ten secrets for success based on the workshop at this year's summer meeting in the video (above). There are some interesting surprises and there was much more that came out at the workshop!
BAP will run another Trainees’ Workshop at the next summer meeting in Brighton, 17-20 July 2016.