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PROMOTION & PROGRESSION: A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE. Bridget Lumb Professor of Systems Neuroscience Head of School, Physiology & Pharmacology. 1978 – 1982: Research Assistant, PhD 1982 – 1990: Postdoctoral Researcher 1990 – 1997: Lecturer (UoB) (8 years PD)

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promotion progression a personal perspective

PROMOTION & PROGRESSION:A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE

Bridget Lumb

Professor of Systems Neuroscience

Head of School, Physiology & Pharmacology

1978 – 1982: Research Assistant, PhD

1982 – 1990: Postdoctoral Researcher

1990 – 1997: Lecturer (UoB) (8 years PD)

1997 – 2004: Senior Lecturer (UoB) (15 years PD)

2004 - 2008: Reader (UoB) (22 years PD)

2008 - : Professor (26 years PD)

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How do women and men compare in

progression and promotion?

How does UoB compare with other institutions?

  • How to address these issues?

Why do some people (often women) progress their careers more slowly than their colleagues and/or do not attain

senior positions in the sector?

  • Lack of awareness/interest in the career structure
  • Lack of confidence in own abilities
  • Work-life balance/childcare responsibilities
  • Lack of role models
progression
PROGRESSION
  • Evidence based exercise Clearly laid out criteria
  • Transition to independence Fellowships HEFCE positions
  • Forums for discussion Peer group SET mentoring SRD PI mentoring
promotion
PROMOTION
  • Evidence based and peer reviewed exercise
  • Requires forward planning to achieve the required academic profile - in particular external recognition
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