PenTAG researchers gain two of four university awards for Early Career Researchers

1 February 2013

In the most recent round of awards for the Researcher-led initiative grants, three PenTAG researchers scooped two of the awards. These grants support the development and cascade of personal, professional and career management skills by and for early career researchers across the University of Exeter. Dr Mark Pearson and Rebecca Hardwick gained an award to create “the realist hive” - to develop realist approaches to evaluation and research synthesis at Exeter.   With her award, Dr Jaime Peters aims to develop a network to increase knowledge for researchers involved in decision modelling.

Both projects will build more links between researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School, and those in other Colleges of the university. For more details, please contact the award winners directly.