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EMBL Careers Webinar | Careers in science policy and administration
Our eighth webinar is aimed at PhDs and postdocs who interested in careers in science policy and administration. In this webinar, we invited two scientists are working in this area, to share their own career paths and their personal advice to anyone considering a similar transition.

- James Morris, Science Europe
- Nadia El-Mjiyad, European Research Council

Following each talk there will be short Q&A, guided by questions from the audience.

After the webinar, there will also be the option to join "meet the speakers" sessions for smaller group discussion. Places in these sessions will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis, with priority given to current PhDs and postdocs at EMBL. If you get a spot in these sessions, we will send you an email a few days before the event.

For details of our future webinars, please see: www.embl.org/careerday
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James Morris
Senior Policy Officer @Science Europe
James Morris is a senior policy officer at Science Europe, an association of pubic organisations that fund or perform research in Europe. His current interests lie in Research Assessment, Quality of Science and Research Infrastructures. James originally trained as a marine & molecular biologist, completing a PhD at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton (UK) and a postdoc at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences.
Nadia El Mjiyad
Research Programme Officer @European Research Council
Nadia El Mjiyad is Research Programme Officer for Synergy Grants at the European Research Council. Nadia completed her PhD in Biology at the Université de Liège, and spent time as a postdoc in Spain at IMIM and IDIBELL. Her first role in research management was as an Executive Research Manager as the Université de Liège. She then joined the European Research Council as a scientific officer, coordinating evaluation of proposals and monitoring research activities of grantees.