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Junior Group Leaders Positions
• Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute
• Junior Group Leader
• Job Ref: MI/16/78 – Junior Group Leader
• Salary range £47,400 – £71,700 (depending on relevant experience)
• 6 year duration
The Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute (www.cruk.manchester.ac.uk) is seeking several tenure-track Junior Group Leaders to join a vibrant programme of basic, translational and clinical research.
We are seeking outstanding individuals, who excel in…
Salary in the range of £23,800 – £39,900 dependent upon qualifications and experience
Job Ref: MI/16/65_2
Duration: fixed term for 3 years (in the first instance)
We are looking for a Biostatistician to join the Molecular Oncology Group led by Professor Richard Marais, to work in an inspiring multidisciplinary environment with scientists, clinicians, and informaticians. As part of an on-going programme to translate key research findings into patient benefit, the candi…
Research Assistant / Research Associate- Bioinformatics (Fixed Term)
£25,298 – £38,183
Department/Location: Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
The Caldas Lab is focused on understanding heterogeneity in breast cancer. We have redefined this disease as a constellation of 10 genomic driver-based subtypes, and this new molecular taxonomy of breast cancer is being translated into the clinic in stratification, tumour monitoring and therapy studies. In parallel we are de…
School of Social and Community Medicine
£28,453 – £32,004
Open ended contract staff
Job number: SUPP102763
ALSPAC is a large birth cohort study founded in the early 1990s that has collected comprehensive and detailed information on study children and their parents from pregnancy through to adulthood.
We are looking for a research nurse for an exciting, new, world-wide, multi-centred asthma study. In this role, you will be the primary contact point for the …
You shouldn’t look at this as some treacherous and anxiety-ridden task. If you just follow these steps, not only will you not sweat as much, but you’ll also end up with her number on your phone.
#1 Should you get her number? Before you go and put yourself out on a limb, think about if you actually want her number or not. Not because you’re scared of rejection, but think about it—did you actually have a good time talking to her?
I see it all the time where guys get the number of a girl and then never text her because he wasn’t that interested in her. Then why even bother? Are you just practicing your pick-up skills? What’s the point? Listen, it should be simple: if you’re interested in her then get her number.
#2 What’s your goal? What do you want from this girl? Okay, that may have been a bad question, I know at the end of the day what you’re interested in, but let’s just pretend that’s not the only thing on your mind. Do you want to go on a date with her? Or are you just planning on pulling a one-nighter with her?
Because if that’s the case, then you should probably be leaving the club with her right now instead of trying to get her number. Know what you want before you start trying to form some sort of relationship with her.
#3 Pick the right time. This is what most guys worry about—when do you ask for her number? You probably think it’s a good idea to ask her for her number at the end of the conversation—no, not a good idea.
Rather, when you and she are at the peak of your conversation where the conversation is really flowing, that’s when you should ask her for her number. If you ask for her number right before leaving the club or party, it’ll look like you were just trying to score anything. After you get her number, carry on with the conversation. This shows you’re genuinely interested in her.
#4 Don’t ask her. Let’s make this very clear: do not ask her for her number. It kind of gives off a desperate vibe and though women like manners on a guy, we want a guy who knows what they want. Asking for our number makes it appear that you’re unsure.
So, instead, say to her, “I would really like to meet you again, give me your number and I’ll give you a call.” Be confident and completely normal when telling her. She’ll probably say yes.
#5 Be prepared. You cannot tell her to give you her number confidently and then spend the next five minutes fumbling in your pockets trying to find your phone. Have it ready to go. Okay, not to where the screen is opened to “new contact,” but have it easily accessible. You want it to flow smoothly from her saying yes to her giving you her number.
#6 Give her your phone. Just hand her your phone so she can enter in her number herself. Don’t have her yelling the number into your ear and then you don’t get it right and she has to do it again. She knows how to work a phone, let her do it herself. If you’re nervous about handing her your phone you obviously need to clean up some of the photos from your gallery.
#7 Casually bring up some possible dates. As she’s entering her number into your phone, casually bring up some ideas for your date. You can say, “We can meet up for a coffee,” or “If you like sushi, I know a great place in the city.” It shows her you’re interested and you know what you want.
Also, you can see from her reply what she likes and what she doesn’t like, that helps you figure out where to take her.
#8 Text her right away. After she gives you her number shoot her a quick text. I know there’s some secret rule about how long you have to wait until you text her, I heard it was three days. Listen, that’s stupid. You’re a grown man. You don’t have to sit and wait three days to text a girl you’re interested in. If you like her, you text her whenever you want.
I recommend texting her right away just so she knows the number is yours. Text her something flirtatious or keep it casual. The point is, she’ll know it’s you.
#9 Don’t lie your way to get her number. Many guys lie about their intentions when getting a girl’s number. Don’t lie, it’s pointless. You don’t need her number because you’re interested in the health food store she works at or you wanted to switch gyms and you’ve been eyeing the one she goes to.
Come on, we’re not stupid. So, cut the crap and just be straight up. She’ll respect you more if you’re honest than if you come up with a lame excuse to ask her out. To be honest, your odds of getting rejected are higher as well.
#10 Know when to back off. You have to know when she’s not interested in you or feels uncomfortable with giving you her number. In that case, don’t force her. If she’s not comfortable then ask if you can add her on Facebook. Some girls don’t feel comfortable giving their numbers to complete strangers. I know, you spoke to her for an hour, but that still makes you a stranger.
So, just suck it up and add her on Facebook. From there, continue speaking until she feels more comfortable to meet you for a date. What I’m trying to say is, don’t force something that’s not coming naturally to you.
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Whether you’re meeting your partner’s parents or your partner meeting yours, timing is of the essence!
Do not introduce your girlfriend or boyfriend to your parents just for the sake of doing so. Do it when you are both ready. Figuring out when the right time is will, of course, have a lot to do with how strict or relaxed your parents are. If they are laid back then go right ahead and plan something casual. Just remember to be sure that your partner is comfortable with it as well.
It may not be a big deal on your part, but it will be a big deal to your partner as meeting the folks is a surefire way to validate the seriousness of your relationship.
These signs will tell you if you’re ready.
#1 You are mutually exclusive
You will know that it’s the right time to meet the parents once you are mutually exclusive. There is no point in putting everyone through the paces of getting to know one another if your relationship is not going to last. Once you have decided that you are going to be saddled with your partner indefinitely, it is probably the right moment to make the introduction to your parents.
#2 Your partner has met your friends
If your partner has hung out with your friends on more than one occasion, then it is safe to say that he or she may be ready to meet the folks. There is less pressure when it comes to meeting a group of friends and if you partner passes with flying colors, then think about amping it up a notch and introducing him or her to your parents.
#3 Your partner has met your other family members
Whether your partner has met other family members by pure chance or intentionally, once he or she has met an extended family member, it is probably time to meet the parents.
For example, you and your boyfriend may have run into your aunt at the supermarket and you introduced them so as not to be rude. Remember that people talk. And if your family is anything at all like mine, they will talk a lot. News will spread like wildfire that your aunt met your boyfriend before your parents did.
Even chance encounters such as these can lead to massive family drama, so take the bull by the horns and set up a lunch date with your parents sooner rather than later. The same can be said if you introduce your girlfriend to your sister over cocktails and tapas. What makes you think your sister is not going to report everything to your mum? Expectations will be set, pre-judgments will be made and before you know it, your parents will be harping on you to introduce them to your special someone.
#4 You talk about the future
Once you start thinking in terms of “us” instead of “me” then you know that the timing is right. If you see yourself being with your partner for a long time, then the next course of action is to make him or her a part of your life. That means meeting the people who created you. This step will certainly make your partner happy as it serves as validation that you are taking things to the next level.
#5 The idea isn’t intimidating to you
If the idea of your partner meeting your folks does not scare the bejeezus out of you, then what are you waiting for? This is a good sign as it indicates that you are comfortable with the two worlds colliding. Ensure that your partner feels the same way and not to push him or her if they are not ready.
#6 You are proud of your partner
It is undoubtedly harder to introduce your parents to your slacker boyfriend than it is to introduce them to someone who has his shit together. If you are proud of who you are with, it is inevitable that you would want everyone to know about his or her accomplishments. You want the people you care about to see just why you are so in love with this person.
#7 Everyone is ready
I suppose if you cannot figure out when the “right time” is, then just take it easy and only set up a meeting once everyone is mentally ready. Speak to your parents about this special someone and gauge their reaction when you suggest a meeting. Do the same with your partner. Once you think that everyone is comfortable enough to take the next step, then you will know that it is the perfect time.
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