ResNet brings together early career researchers interested in public health research with opportunities for networking, training and funding.
What is ResNet?
The SPHR Researchers’ Network (ResNet) links researchers working on projects across the nine members of the School. It is a forum for communication, peer support and networking to aid the professional development of researchers at any level, through virtual meetings, events and networking at the NIHR SPHR Annual Scientific Meeting.
Who manages ResNet?
ResNet is coordinated by researchers for researchers. ResNet has a committee which was founded in 2014. The ResNet committee is made up of nominated representatives from each member of the School.
The committee meets every two months to plan and coordinate activity in line with the aims and objectives of the group, which are continuously assessed. The group comes together to collaborate, think innovatively and work together on future endeavours.
The position of Chair rotates around the School members. Currently, the position is held by Katie Powell at University of Sheffield. The Vice Chair is held by Mario Martínez-Jiménez at Lancaster University (LiLaC).