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Useful links

Post-doctoral Funding Opportunities: Johns Hopkins University have put together an open access resource of international funding opportunities available to Post-doctoral researchers in a mission of 'knowledge for the world'!


Well@York provides helpful information to promote a healthy work-life balance for University of York employees with sections on 'Getting fit', 'Eating well' and 'Feeling good'.


Departmental Training Fund: DMT has access to a staff training budget. Please email the DMT hub directly for further details, an application form detailing the training and why it will benefit is required for this competitive process.

University Research Staff Development

Email of RDT team:


Induction for Researchers in the Department of Biology


Professional Registration

Registration recognises your knowledge and experience alongside any qualifications you may have, capturing on-the-job experience and demonstrating in a few letters the level of competence you have as a practicing scientist. Registration is a mark of quality and competence that is sought after by employers. It commits you to standards of integrity and professional development that help you stand out from the crowd.

The registration champion for Biology RA's at York is James Fox.


Receive professional coaching for research staff


VITAE support personal, professional and career development of doctoral researchers and research staff


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UK Research Staff Association


University and College Union


Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS)


Writing support 



Voice of young science (VoYS)

The Voice of Young Science (VoYS) programme encourages early career researchers to play an active role in public debates about science and runs workshops on a range of topics relvant to PDRA's


Parent Carer Scientist 

Parent Carer Scientist celebrates the diversity of work life patterns of 150 scientists across the UK with the aim of increasing the visibility of people combining a career in science with a family life. 
The project aims to encourage and inspire current and future talented scientists to succeed in science regardless of their commitments outside work. Providing information on both their career and their personal journey through a timeline of academic, career and family milestones, this resource highlights the various formulas utilised by mothers, fathers and carers in the efforts to balance a career in science with family life.
You can participate in the conversation via the hashtag #AndAScientist

Parent Carer Scientist Profiles and advice (PDF , 5,542kb)