October 26th
Career Development Course

Mentoring and Networking

Octobre 2017

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
Registration deadline



Develop your career by networking and mentoring

Practical Informations

Practical Informations


Young researchers, Junior PIs, Postdocs, Internes, junior MDs

Selection result
24 octobre 2017
There is no registration fee for this course
Institut Curie - Bâtiment de Biologie du Développement - Annexes 1 & 2
11 Rue Pierre et Marie Curie,
75248 Paris cedex 05

Maximum Number of Participants

20 people

Number of Participants

20 people.

Selection Criteria

First-come, first-served basis



This workshop will be facilitated by Colby Benari, Head of the Academic Careers Office, University College London. Colby has many years of experience supporting biomedical researchers to find mentors, win funding and develop their careers. Colby has previously managed research funding schemes and mentoring programmes for Cancer Research UK and the UK Academy of Medical Sciences.

Keynote speakers

This list of speakers may still change