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Discuss challenges, network with others, and find out what support is available.

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We have teamed up with the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences this year to mark International Women's Day on Friday 8 March: come along to the MRC WIMM seminar room at the JR hospital, 2-4 pm on Friday 8 March to hear practical advice from researchers at different stages of their careers, discuss challenges, network with others, and find out what support is available to you. Case-studies include NDCN's Head of Department Prof Irene Tracey, with a panel discussion chaired by RDM Head of Department Prof Hugh Watkins. Event open to everybody, and registration is free.

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