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1:15pm

All-aboard the Brain Train! Experiences of Europe's global scientific diaspora
    Saturday July 14, 2012 1:15pm - 2:45pm @ Liffey Hall 1

    This session will leverage the collective experience of the Wild Geese Network of Irish Scientists (WGN) and the European EURAXESS  network to explore how engaging diaspora contributes to the enrichment of scientific careers. The session begins with a 5-minute, audio-visual presentation of “Postcards from Abroad”, featuring WGN members presenting short vignettes of their research careers. The session continues with four, 10-minute presentations from internationally renowned members who will discuss Diaspora in Science and examine broad perspectives of their experiences as global researchers. Approaches to maintaining collaborations at home, while simultaneously forging successful partnerships abroad, will be described.  Two researchers will then join the panel to discuss, with audience interaction, the value of leveraging the global scientific diaspora in maintaining international collaborations and advancing research mobility and give examples of the benefits of trilateral research programs in enabling European scientists to study abroad. The session serves as a preamble to the WGN ‘Breakfast with Champions’, where ESOF participants will engage directly with representatives from industry and academia, as well as science communicators and policy makers. The benefits of professional networking, both virtual and in-person, will be shown during these two events. The WGN serves as an instructive template for the development and maintenance of connections, both at home and abroad, demonstrating that today’s internationally mobile researchers are indeed aboard the ‘brain train’, rather than contributors to a ‘brain drain’.



    Speakers
     National Cancer Institute, USA

    EURAXESS Links USA Project Manager

    NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre, USA

    Associate Professor, University College Dublin, Ireland

    University of Maryland, USA


    Type Careers Programme, The Global Researcher
    Host Organization Wild Geese Network
  • Organiser Nicholas Farrell
  • Tags CP14
 




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