Resources for PhD students, ECRs and PIs
Below are some of the most useful resources I've come across for researchers at any level. From how to review papers to setting up your first lab. I try to keep it updated, and of course if you've got any suggestions for useful additions do get in touch!
how to write a great abstract/summary
writing your (first) paper
Ten simple rules for structuring your paper
I came across this nice summary from Brett Mensh and Konrad Kording published in PLoS Computational Biology but is applicable to all papers. You can read the full text of the article here.
Article Peer Review
Getting the most from a conference
and here are some links to Travel Grants that might help you get to some of these conferences!
The Company of Biologists Conference Travel Grants (N.B. They also offer Travelling Fellowships for collaborative visits to another lab).
Starting a new lab
Ready for your first PI role?
This is a really nice guide from the Wellcome Trust full of tips for those following a career in research and starting their own research group. With topics such as Choosing your research direction, Managing yourself, Leading your group and Building your reputation there's sure to be something that you may have been wondering about. Click here for the full text.