Paul is a Grant Applications Manager at the LSE. Working with colleagues in the Research & Innovation Division, Paul provides expert advice, guidance and support to academic colleagues in the development of research bids to UK, EU and international funders.

Paul has over half a decade’s worth of experience working in research development. Before taking up his position at LSE, Paul held roles at the Universities of Sussex, Brighton, and Lincoln. These opportunities allowed Paul to work across several disciplines in the Social Sciences, Sciences, and Arts and Humanities, as well as with a wide and diverse range of funders.


14:00 - 15:15
17th Jun 2019
Hall 2b

Creativity as methodology: Thriving during periods of change and uncertainty

This session will offer attendees the opportunity to engage in conversations surrounding the future of Research Administration and Management during periods of change and uncertainty. Representing three research-intensive universities, with diverse organisational structures and research priorities, Pascale, Paul, and Elizabeth will begin the session with a short introduction by way of sharing their experiences of

Theme: Culture, environment & people
Level: Open to all
Speakers:Dr Elizabeth Penner, Dr Paul Davidson, Pascal Fanning-Tichborne
Time: 14:00 - 15:15
Date: 17th Jun 2019
Room: Hall 2b