The Arturo Falaschi ICGEB Fellowship Application
ICGEB is launching a new, trial fellowship programme, which is named after Dr Arturo Falaschi, founder of ICGEB and former A-IMBN Executive Director, for young scientists from its member states to enable them to spend between three and twelve months at a research institution in an ICGEB Member State other than their own, to enhance skills building of promising young scientists helping them to acquire specific hands-on research capacity available from the receiving laboratory.
Basic sciences, human health care, industrial and agricultural biotechnology and environmental bioremediation.
Fellowships are offered to young scientists holding at least an MSc or equivalent degree. Eligible applicants should work in any area of research having a potential translational benefit for the applicants¡¯ home laboratory. They should be citizens of an ICGEB Member State, enrolled or employed by a research and training institution in an ICGEB Member State and wish to be trained in a laboratory of an ICGEB Member State other than their own.
There is no age limit.
However, preference is given to young scientists at the beginning of their research career.
SMART Fellowships are not intended to prolong visits begun under other auspices, to support participation to courses, workshops or symposia or as bridging fellowships between, or prior to, long term stays funded by ICGEB or other organizations.
No application deadline
More information may be found in the web site : http://www.icgeb.org/icgeb-smart-fellowships.html