Core courses

In this workshop, you will learn how to:

1. Interpret correctly your application form and evaluation criteria;
2. Use strong structure in State of the Art, Objectives, Methodology, and Work Plan sections;
3. Respond in clear, convincing language to the key requirements of feasibility, novelty, research significance, and impact;
4. Make a persuasive description of your research environment, collaborations, dissemination, and future valorization ideas; 
5. Write a compelling personal statement and CV.

The Medicinal Chemistry French Society (in French, Société de Chimie Thérapeutique, SCT) and the industrial property consulting company (Grosset-Fournier-Demachy, GFD) co-organise a one-day introductory seminar on industrial property to institute Curie’s researchers.

This seminar will be presented by senior researchers and industrial property professionals in 5 modules ranging from basic notions to the rules and constraints in this field.

In this course, we will help you to:

1. Highlight the advantages of your work: what to focus on, how to say it, and when to say it;
2. Present in a way that is clear for both experts and non-experts on the panel;
3. Anticipate the typical questions you are likely to be asked;
4. Learn how to deal with unpleasant questions and aggressive panel members;
5. Practice before your peers, and get feedback on your message, speaking style, and overall stage presence.



This theoretical and practical training is an introduction to image processing and analysis using the FIJI software.
This course will be taught in French.

 

Organizer: Patricia Le Baccon

Workshop aims:
1.    To familiarize ERC grant holders and future applicants with the opportunity to apply for top-up Proof of Concept funding.
2.    To provide an overview of the application form and evaluation criteria.
3.    To give tips on how to talk about innovation, impact and feasibility to an audience specialized in technology transfer and innovation management. This aspect of the workshop is relevant to a broader audience beyond the ERC.
4.    To provide one-on-one coaching support to current Proof of Concept applicants.

To Register:  

1- Create an Account by Clicking on the box in the right top corner, you will receive a mail, 

2- Activate account by clicking on link in the mail,

3- Click on http://enseignement.curie.fr/en/content/proof-concept-grant-pitching-science-innovation-managers ,

4- Enter username (e-mail address) and password in the right top corner box ,

5- Click on my account" (in the right had corner) and then "my courses" and choose 3ème Atelier « La bourse " Proof of concept" : Introduire les Managers de l'Inovation à la science. Atelier pour les jeunes chercheurs.” » (towards the end of list),

6- Click on "apply now" tab in the right top corner of page.

How to identify and build the scientific argument of your paper, how to structure the manuscript, convey your scientific message accurately and in polished English?

Organizer: Andrew Moore, Editor in Chief, BioEssays, Weinheim, Germany

By answering basic questions, we’ll discuss:

  •  Tech transfer process
  •  Intellectual property protection: patents and beyond
  •  Value-creation processes and corresponding agreements
  •  Entrepreneurship

and how to put it all into perspective with your everyday lab work.

Please register here


Building an effective network and developing mentoring relationships are critical for a successful career in biomedical science. At the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Plan and proactively build your professional network
  • Approach new contacts and keep in touch without ‘pestering’
  • Initiate a new mentoring relationship
  • Proactively manage your relationship with your mentor
  • Mentor junior colleagues effectively

We're pleased to invite you to take this 1-day training course to prepare you to give a great elevator pitch.

The U900 offers a course in Next-Generation Sequencing and data analysis to staff of the Institut Curie, Centre for Research and Medical Section.

The training is dedicated to biologists and clinicians interested in analyzing their own sequencing data, and will cover the main NGS applications.