Launch your research career

Confidently and successfully navigate your options for formal research training (e.g. Honours, MPhil, PhD) – from identifying which course is best for you, finding your ideal research supervisor, locating funding options, and planning your research proposal.

Boost your track record

Learn time-effective ways to engineer impressive successes into your track record, because the main way that prospective employers / promoters / funders judge your future success in research is your past success in research.

Reap the benefits of peer review

Acquire the ability to provide fast and fair peer review of research papers so you can provide more peer review service to your field, while discovering the surprising benefits that being a prolific peer reviewer can bring to your own research career – if you know how.

Systematically review the literature

Discover how to bring systematic searching techniques to your literature reviews, and thereby avoid the common mistake of forming or presenting a biased view of extant literature.

Master the essentials of meta-analysis

Amplify your research productivity and impact by learning how to run your own meta-analyses (including meta-regressions) in this hands-on, step-by-step training. Prerequisite: Systematically review the literature.


Write your paper in 2 weeks

In this series of 5 live webinars, walk through a step-by-step process designed to help you write your research paper in 2 weeks, culminating in a completed draft of your paper ready for feedback from Co-Authors.

Write another paper in 2 weeks

This series of 5 live webinars breaks the process of writing a research paper into a series of do-able steps, and gives you accountability plus expert feedback on sequential drafts of your paper. Prerequisite: Write your paper in 2 weeks.

Make your writing flow like water

Whether English is your first, second or ninth language, the five techniques in this workshop will help you write anything in a way that flows smoothly and logically.

Present on the podium with panache

Learn how to give oral research presentations of the type that leave the audience buzzing with interested questions and congratulatory comments, and that lead to snowballing invitations to present on other podiums.

Revamp your resume

Ensure your resume (or curriculum vitae, CV) is presented in a way that clearly highlights your research aptitude, and which thereby opens doors, because your resume can make or break your applications for opportunities in research.

Write a winning application

Find out how to showcase your achievements and research ideas, and maximize your chances of success in your next application for a scholarship, fellowship, job, prize, promotion or grant.


Thrill your NHMRC Investigator Grant reviewers

Gain specific insider insights on writing successful applications for NHMRC Investigator Grants, from clarifying your past, present and future research paths, presenting them clearly and compellingly in your application, and feeling confident that you’ve done your absolute best.

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