The ELIXIR-UK DaSH Fellowship call is open for those who work with and manage biological data. Register for the informative webinar on 9th June at 2pm BST.
The ELIXIR-UK DaSH Fellowship has started the second round of applications to find Data Stewards with a passion for training. The project aims to embed Research Data Management (RDM) know-how into UK universities and institutes by producing and delivering training with a Fellowship of Data Stewards, who act as ambassadors in their organisations.
Fellows will be trained as instructors, create short videos to train researchers on RDM and develop and deliver training courses at their organisations. The project team will assist Fellows on all these tasks and help them create the grassroots for a local community of practice.
Deadline to apply: 10 July 2022
Who is this for?
Everyone that could contribute with Research Data Management know-how in the life sciences, and would be able to train other peers.
- Researchers at all career stages, including PhD students
- Data Stewards
- Core support (Bio)informaticians
- Facility Operators
- Research Software Engineers
- IT Support Staff
- Data Policy Officers
- Anyone passionate about data management training in the life sciences
All details on how to apply and what the Fellowship is all about can be found on the webpage ELIXIR-UK DaSH page.
Not sure yet?
There is an informative online meeting for those who would like to know more about the Fellowship on 9th June at 2 pm BST - Register here.
If you have any questions, or would like more information please contact the team via email@example.com