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We are excited to invite you to our monthly networking and research sharing meetings hosted by the Mohn Centre. This series of informal gatherings aim to bring together academics from all levels and backgrounds to collaboratively discuss ideas and explore ways to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people in urban environments. The theme for this session will focus on youth activism.

Speakers:

  • Dr Rhiannon Thompson, Postdoctoral Research Associate Imperial College London
  • Esther Curtin, NIHR SPHR PhD student – Nutrition and Sustainability, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
  • Angel Chen, Young Person’s Research Advisor
  • Zarah Khan, Young Person’s Research Advisor

These meetings will occur on the last Tuesday of every month. If you would like to present, please email mohncentre@imperial.ac.uk.

Why attend?

Cross-collaboration

Connect with fellow, passionate academics across the College. These meetings are an excellent opportunity to expand your network and form valuable interdisciplinary partnerships.

Research exposure

Present your ongoing research or projects related to the theme, gaining valuable insights and feedback from your peers. Alternatively, offer your expertise to help others fine-tune their work.

Knowledge exchange

Stay updated on the latest research trends, opportunities, projects, and calls for grant funding.

Networking

Enjoy tea, coffee, biscuits, and fresh fruit while mingling with like-minded individuals both within and external to Imperial. These informal interactions often lead to meaningful discussions and collaborations.

Supportive environment

We encourage a welcoming and constructive atmosphere. No matter where you are in your research career, you’ll find an environment that nurtures your growth and development.

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