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Fri 5 Jul, '24
Guest Speaker: Professor Vincent Reid, The University of Waikato - Building a Network and Strategic Portfolio
H0.03, Humanities Building

Registration Required: Link to register to attendLink opens in a new window

Speaker Professor Vincent Reid, The University of Waikato

Biography Vincent Reid is a Professor of Psychology. He completed his Ph.D. at Birkbeck, University of London in 2004. After working as a research scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany, he became a Lecturer at Durham University. In 2012, Vincent moved to Lancaster University eventually being appointed to the role of Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) prior to his departure to Waikato University in New Zealand where he has been Head of School since 2019. Vincent's research has included creating solutions for measuring the developing functional brain, understanding the visual development of the fetus in the third trimester of pregnancy, exploring perceptual and social development during infancy, and relations between motor-social-perceptual systems during development. Vincent explores these issues using a mix of EEG and behaviour-based experimental approaches and interventions.

Abstract: In this talk, I will discuss why networks are essential to academic success. Drawing on my own experience, I will outline how first involvement in, and then leading, networks provides a basis for grant acquisition, lab capacity building, and resource acquisition for research purposes. I will outline how to navigate university structures to enable your research programme as an emerging academic through to senior roles. Choosing your core research focus and ensuring that it is constantly covered with at least one source of funding is essential, as is the ability to take risks on projects that are aligned to core activities. The interface between risk and safety in research will be a key theme of this presentation.

Tue 29 Oct, '24
The 2nd International Conference on Natural Products and Chronic Diseases 2024
The conference held Hybrid via Zoom Meeting and Offline at Auditorium Universitas Nasional, Jakarta.


The 2nd International Conference on Natural Products and Chronic Diseases 2024 aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, and research scientists to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Natural Products and Chronic Diseases. The premier interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the latest innovations, trends, and concerns as well as the practical challenges faced and solutions adopted in the field of Natural Products and Chronic Diseases.

Conference Theme

Natural Products for Quality of Life towards Achieving Sustainable Development Goals


The organizers of this activity are the Universitas Nasional, Universitas Pancasila, Universitas Sriwijaya, and The Center for Botanicals and Chronic Diseases (CBCD) School of Environmental and Biological Sciences - Rutgers University.

Time: Thursday-Wednesday, October 29th-30th, 2024. 08:00 AM West Indonesia Time (1:00am UK Time). Sessions to be pre-recorded (TBC).

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For more information, please contact Dr Ani Permana.