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UiT and Tromsø forskningsstiftelses (TFS) launch the AURORA Outstanding to support UiT's future leading researchers

UiT aims to focus on young talent that has the potential, the will, and the desire to develop into research team leaders and leading researchers. Therefore, a new talent development program, called AURORA Outstanding, has been created, which offers a cross-faculty and systematic follow-up of talent that is at the start of their research career.

In total, 15 candidates distributed at UiT's four largest faculties have been invited to join the new program. Arctic chronobiology and physiology’s (ACP) Shona Wood is an invited candidate for the AURORA Outstanding program.

"These are very good candidates and they were carefully selected from venues where they have already done well. All candidates will be helped to identify what they are missing in their resume to reach out, for example, in competition for external research funds. In this program we will follow the candidates so that they get the help they need to achieve their career goals, "says Research Director Pål Vegar St…

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