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ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery Series

ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery Series

By James Glasbey
Honest and open discussion about life as an academic surgeon with members of the Society for Research Surgeons committee (surgicalresearch.org.uk/).

Top tips, advice and guidance from leading researchers across all surgical disciplines.
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ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery Series: Miss Natalie Blencowe
Welcome to the ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery podcast series. Join James Glasbey (NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow) and Sivesh Kamarajah (NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow) for an honest and open discussion about life as an academic surgeon with members of the Society for Research Surgeons committee (http://surgicalresearch.org.uk/) In our third episode, we are delighted to welcome Miss Natalie Blencowe, a MRC Clinical Scientist in Surgical Trials and Honorary Clinical Lecturer in Oesophagogastric Surgery. We discuss NIHR integrated clinical academic training, applying to externally competitive research fellowships and the place of research in the development of all surgical trainees. Read more about Miss Blencowe here: https://research-information.bris.ac.uk/en/persons/natalie-s-blencowe You can get in touch directly with Miss Blencowe for advice or guidance at: Natalie.Blencowe@bristol.ac.uk
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October 7, 2020
ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery Series: Academic Careers Webinar
Our first ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery national webinar, attended by over 200 trainees from around the UK & Ireland! This week we were joined by a fantastic panel of talented researchers along the whole breadth of the academic career pathway: Dr Emily Mills, Academic Foundation Programme, Cambridge Dr Sivesh Kamarajah, Academic Clinical Fellow, Birmingham Mr Stephen Chapman, NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, Leeds Miss Ruth Benson, Academic Clinical Lecturer, Birmingham Mr Joseph Shalhoub, Senior Clinical Lecturer, London Join us for an exciting discussion on different models of academic careers in surgery, maximising your chances of success and most importantly, enjoying the ride! The ASiT/SRS Representative is Mr James Glasbey, NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow and would be happy to chat to anyone interested in an academic surgical career: j.glasbey@bham.ac.uk
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October 4, 2020
ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery Series: Professor Arnie Hill
Welcome to the ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery podcast series. Join James Glasbey (NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow) and Sivesh Kamarajah (NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow) for an honest and open discussion about life as an academic surgeon with members of the Society for Research Surgeons committee (http://surgicalresearch.org.uk/) In our third episode, we are delighted to welcome Professor Arnie Hill,  President of SRS and Professor and Chair of Surgery in the RCSI in Dublin. We discuss how to work flexibly in academic surgery, respond to key themes in research, how key role models can influence your career progression and the value of exposure to international research practices in developing your research skills. Read more about Professor Hill here: www.rcsi.com/people/profile/adkhill You can get in touch directly with Prof Hill for advice or guidance at: adkhill@rcsi.ie
30:57
August 12, 2020
ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery Series: Professor Lorna Marson
Welcome to the ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery podcast series. Join James Glasbey (NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow) and Sivesh Kamarajah (NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow) for an honest and open discussion about life as an academic surgeon with members of the Society for Research Surgeons committee (http://surgicalresearch.org.uk/) In our second episode, we are delighted to welcome Professor Lorna Marson, Consultant Transplant Surgeon with lead responsibility for renal transplantation and Vice President and President Elect of the British Transplantation Society. We cover how to select your academic interest, how less-than-full-time training and academia can work exceptionally well together, and the importance of a research mentor in developing your career path. Read more about Professor Marson here: https://www.ed.ac.uk/inflammation-research/people/principal-investigators/prof-lorna-marson Prof Marson would be delighted to chat to anyone interested in a career in academic surgery @ Lorna.Marson@ed.ac.uk
29:11
August 12, 2020
ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery Series: Professor Tim Underwood
Welcome to the ASiT/SRS Preparing for a Career in Academic Surgery podcast series. Join James Glasbey (NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow) and Sivesh Kamarajah (NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow) for an honest and open discussion about life as an academic surgeon with members of the Society for Research Surgeons committee (http://surgicalresearch.org.uk/) In our first episode, we are delighted to welcome Professor Tim Underwood, Cancer Research UK & Royal College of Surgeons of England Advanced Clinician Scientist Fellow within Medicine at the University of Southampton. We cover the ups and downs of academic life, how to overcome failures, pick a mentor and build an academic team around you. Read more about Professor Underwood here: https://www.southampton.ac.uk/medicine/about/staff/tju.page Prof Underwood is delighted to speak to anyone interested in an academic surgery career at: T.J.Underwood@soton.ac.uk 
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August 12, 2020