UNSW has recently established the Early Career Academic Network (ECAN) to promote, connect, enable and represents the careers and interests of Early Career Academics at UNSW. ECAN hold a number of events and workshops for the ECAN community. To become a part of the ECAN community, please contact the ECAN Medicine rep Maria Agaliotis or visit the ECAN website.
Academic Women in UNSW Medicine
UNSW Medicine has a long and proud tradition of employing and promoting female academics across all of its schools and affiliated research institutes.
Initiative: The Apte Scholarship
The Apte Scholarship is offered to support academic women within UNSW Medicine who are about to or have recently completed a period of parental leave and are seeking to return to their career in either a full-time or part-time basis. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide eligible staff with relief from teaching and administration to write publications, grant applications and/or access research assistance. The successful applicant may access the funds for any legitimate University purpose including hiring research assistance, research equipment and providing relief from teaching and/or administrative duties.
The Apte Scholarship is named after inspiring female academic Professor Minoti Apte OAM. In 2015 Professor Apte was awarded the NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year Award for her contribution to the tertiary sector and medical research in the area of pancreatology. Professor Apte is also a long term member of the UNSW Medicine Women Employment Strategy Committee (WESC) member.
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- Research Consultations - UNSW Library
UNSW Library Research Consultations connect researchers to the information and skills needed to support their research. The Research Consultation service is an extended opportunity to have specific research queries answered.
- Research Profiles (also adding ILP topics to your profile)
Instructions on how to update your profile and adding your topics for ILP supervision.
- Research Publications
- Research Outputs System (ROS) is UNSW's system for capturing and reporting research publications and outputs. ROS is designed to help reduce the time and effort spent on managing publication and research outputs across the University and offers a number of functionalities to support researchers at UNSW.
- Grants Management Office
The UNSW Grants Management Office facilitates the research efforts of UNSW staff by assisting with applications for grants and fellowships, the negotiation of research contracts and the administration of externally awarded funds. The Office also contains the Ethics Secretariat.
- Graduate Research School - Information for Staff
The UNSW Graduate Research School is the central administrative and support unit for all higher degree research students and their supervisors at UNSW.