Gain familiarity with tools for measuring research outputs, such as citation metrics and benchmarking. In this two-hour seminar, we demonstrate locating and using citation information to highlight aspects of your track record for grant or promotion applications.
The evening will commence with a welcome address and updates on what is happening at your University by Vice Chancellor and President, Professor Carolyn Evans. Our special guest speaker is alumnus Captain Jan Becker AM.
After the presentations, you will have the opportunity to network, meet new people and reunite over drinks and canapes with your fellow Griffith alumni.
My research is focused on validating the importance of investing in promoting the respect and spiritual skills required to appreciate the importance of Kanyini - relationship to all things, interconnectedness and Dadirri - deep listening and inner, quiet awareness and waiting. Gifted to us by NT Elders: Uncle Bob Randall and Aunty Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr-Baumann.
James N. Baraniuk MD, is a Professor in the Department of Medicine, Georgetown University, Washington DC. In this seminar he explains his work in relation to different "Nociplastic pain in ME/CFS and overlap with migraine and other disorders". Dr Baraniuk details his proposition that dysfunction of systems in the midbrain and brainstem may provide a unifying pathogenic mechanism to explain the heightened experiences of interoception in ME/CFS and allied conditions.