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COVID-19 & Mental Health Workshop | 7 July 2020


Cambridge Neuroscience, CATS, and the Public Health@Cambridge Network are bringing together researchers across the University tackling mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic in an interactive workshop. 

If you're a Cambridge University investigator planning a project or currently leading a project and looking for collaborators, or if you are a researcher at the University hoping to contribute to an existing project on topics surrounding mental health during the pandemic, sign up for our interactive workshop on 7 July from 10am - 12:30pm: https://forms.gle/1Q3oEXxiEVLMnnQeA 

You'll hear about the latest funding calls for research in this area, find out about specialist help available for translational research, and meet other researchers interested in collaborating on projects related to mental health. 

Share your project to find interested collaborators and join the breakout sessions to connect with others working on similar topics or hoping to contribute to yours. Afterwards, we'll follow up with details on the different funding calls discussed during the workshop to help you apply for the resources you need to implement your ideas. 

Who should come?

  • Those who are planning a project on the theme of COVID-19 and Mental Health

  • Those who are running a project on the theme of COVID-19 and Mental Health

  • Those who are looking for projects to collaborate on but do not have one of their own


Sign up herehttps://forms.gle/1Q3oEXxiEVLMnnQeA


More details to be circulated closer to the workshop to registered attendees.

Projects identified during the workshop will be shared with the Academic Initiatives Hub and you may be contacted by the leads from different nodes in the future. 


Please contact Dervila Glynn (dg248) or Arielle Bennett-Lovell (ab833) if you have any questions.

Posted on 26/06/2020

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