Who does what: The committee
Early-Mid Career Researcher Committee at AMREP
2018 AMREP EMCR Committee: Back (L-R): Moeen Riaz, Katharine Goodall, Jodie Abramovitch, Joanna Schwarzman, Ilana Ackerman, Isabel Lopez, Jess Borger, Jay Jha Front (L-R): Mitch Tate, Rosanne Freak-Poli, Caitlin Douglass, Natalie Thomas, Riya Palchaudhuri Absent: Gill Coakley, Alicia Chenoweth, Christina Ekegren, Mahtab Parvaresh, Emma Ridley, Kathleen Ryan
The Early-Mid Career Researchers (EMCR) committee aims to promote scientific exchange and oversee the professional development of early-mid career post docs and PhD students at the Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct (AMREP) site, within Monash University's Central Clinical School (CCS) and the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (SPHPM), the Burnet Institute and the Baker Institute. Our goal is to represent the interests of EMCRs at the highest levels to ensure their involvement in decision making and key processes. We facilitate a number of initiatives, see detail below. Committee member contact details and minutes of meetings are maintained on the CCS Intranet, or alternatively you can contact us.
EMCR Committee Meetings
The EMCR committee meets monthly to discuss ways to improve and promote professional development for EMCRs employed throughout AMREP. From July 2012, minutes are housed on the ECR page in the CCS Intranet. Monash authcate holders and postgraduate students have access: https://sites.google.com/a/monash.edu/ccsintranet/ecr