Nick joined N8 in October 2012. Prior to this role he worked as a Research Manager with a medical research charity, helping to shape the policy on translational research, and as a Discovery Manager at Renovo, a biotechnology spin-out from the University of Manchester. Nick has a degree in Applied Chemistry and PhD from the University of Nottingham, as well as two years’ experience as a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Texas at Austin.
Despite an extensive literature exploring the costs and benefits of Academic-Industry research consortia; and intra/inter-institutional collaboration through block-funded research centres, little attention has been paid to understanding the drivers behind and ongoing performance management of voluntary, formally-constituted, cross-institutional, collaborations within academia. Yet various such consortia, e.g. Eastern ARC, GW4, N8, U4 now exist. How do …
|Speakers:||Sarah Tetley, Dr Sarah Perkins, Dr Gijs Coucke, Dr Alice Brewer, Dr Helen Turner, Dr Nick Goldspink|