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WHO's report on comprehensive and up-to-date assessment of the TB.

Helpful reference to justify the importance of TB vaccine development with number of messages for grant applications

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TB genomic epidemiology

Dr Ella Meumann is an infectious diseases physician at Royal Darwin Hospital and a PhD candidate at Menzies School of Health Research and Charles Darwin University. Her research is on the application of genomic sequencing to infectious disease epidemiology in the Top End of the Northern Territory and includes work on tuberculosis, melioidosis and Acinetobacter baumannii.

Find out more here.

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Working in the public health space and WHO consultancy

Dr Chris Lowbridge presents a session on his experiences as a TB researcher working in the public health space and WHO consultancy. This Session discussess what you can expect, as well as how to approach these positions. 

 

You can sign up for mentoring to help you with your career planing here.  

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Image from original Nature survey (here)


Career planning for Post-Docs 

Dr Diana Quan presents Nature’s inaugural survey of postdocs in academia worldwide and discusses the data indicating a pervasive sense of instability. The TB-CRE ECR group and Professor Warwick Britton discuss their own experiences with career planning within Academia, and what we can do to achieve success and decide what that means for us personally. 

 

You can sign up for mentoring to help you with your career planing here.  

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