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How to identify the right funding for your research

Learn the best places for early career researchers in neuroscience, psychiatry and psychology to look for project funding. 

How to set achievable research goals

What is realistic? What is feasible? What can be achieved?

Discover the latest research findings before they're published

How can you bridge the knowledge gap between project completion and publication? 

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