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Palestra: Mecanismos de Colaboração do Fundo Newton e parcerias com as UK Academies

Criada em 03/11/17 12:56.

Data e horário: dia 9 de novembro de 2017, quinta-feira, às 15:00 horas

Local: Miniauditório da Faculdade de Administração, Ciências Contábeis e Economia (FACE), UFG-Câmpus Samambaia, Goiânia

Público alvo: Docentes e estudantes de pós-graduação

Palestra: Mecanismos de Colaboração do Fundo Newton e parcerias com as UK Academies

 

Data e horário: dia 9 de novembro de 2017, quinta-feira, às 15:00 horas

Local: Miniauditório da Faculdade de Administração, Ciências Contábeis e Economia (FACE), UFG-Câmpus Samambaia, Goiânia

Público alvo: Docentes e estudantes de pós-graduação

 

Informações gerais sobre o Fundo Newton aqui

 

Palestrantes:

Mariana da Veiga (Newton Fund) – based at the British Embassy in Brasilia, she is responsible for strategic management of the Newton Fund portfolio in Brazil. Also, she supports the UK Science and Innovation network in their work around research, R&D and innovation. Prior to joining the Embassy, Mariana worked in industry market analysis and competitive research for the private sector for 10 years. Her academic background focuses on International Relations and Anthropology (focus on ethnographic and qualitative analysis). 

James Harden (Academy of Medical Sciences) - has nearly twenty years of experience in Grants Management which has provided him with a broad understanding of the global funding landscape. He is currently the International Grants Manager at the Academy of Medical Sciences (AMS), were he leads the team with responsibility for delivering the Newton Fund activities.  Prior to joining the AMS, he worked at the Wellcome Trust, where he managed the schemes for research active clinicians.

Tom Egan (British Academy) - has over 10 years of experience in Project and Grants Management in both the University and Research Funding Charity sectors . He is currently the Research Funding Manager at the British Academy (BA), were he has responsibility for delivering the Academy’s Newton Fund activities.  Prior to joining the BA, he worked at the Royal Academy of Engineering, where he managed the Research Chairs and Senior Research Fellowships programme which aimed to strengthen the links between industry and UK academia to collaborate on a wide range of engineering research projects. He has also worked for King College London and the University of East London on a wide range of International, European and Domestic research projects.

Ryan Ahmed (Royal Society) – has over 5 years of experience in Project and Grants management at the Royal Society, where he is currently Senior Manager for International Grants and Newton Fund. He obtained his BSc in Medical Biochemistry from the University of Surrey.  

Atualmente, por meio do Fundo Newton, há dois esquemas de colaboração entre UK Academies e CONFAP para mobilidade entre Brasil e Reino Unido, para os quais o estado de Goias é elegível.

O evento será em inglês.

Fonte : CAI

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