Walter Benjamin Programme (German postdoc fellowship)

The Walter Benjamin Programme from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) enables postdoctoral researchers to conduct research at an institution of their choice by providing a salary stipend. International applicants may only conduct their research in Germany. For those seeking to conduct their research outside of Germany, the applicant must be integrated into Germany´s academic system. The … Read more

LF Early-Career Clinician Scientist 2023 (Denmark)

The LF Early-Career Clinician Scientist 2023 from the Lundbeck Foundation seeks to support clinician-scientists in Denmark to pursue clinical research careers. Applicants must be an MD/PhD and have completed their clinical internship. Applicants must be licensed to practice medicine in Denmark. Applicants may apply for up to 2.5 million DKK for up to 5 years, … Read more

LF Postdocs (Denmark neuroscience)

The LF Postdocs from the Lundbeck Foundation support Danish neuroscience by funding Denmark-affiliated biomedical researchers to work on the treatment of brain disorders. The program supports 4 categories of postdoctoral training situations: Scientists in Denmark who wish to conduct research abroad up between 12- 36 months, and who wish to return to Denmark to continue … Read more

LF Postdocs (Danish neuroscience)

The LF Postdocs from the Lundbeck Foundation support Danish neuroscience by funding Denmark-affiliated biomedical researchers to work on the treatment of brain disorders. The program supports 4 categories of postdoctoral training situations: Scientists in Denmark who wish to conduct research abroad up between 12- 36 months, and who wish to return to Denmark to continue … Read more

LSRF Postdoctoral Fellowship (American life science researchers)

The Postdoctoral Fellowship supported by the Life Sciences Research Foundation provides postdoctoral fellowship funding for life scientists. Applicants who are US citizens may use the fellowship funding at recognized research institutions worldwide; non-US citizens must conduct their research in the USA. Applicants must be within 5 years of completing their PhD. The fellowships provide three … Read more

CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowship to Promote Racial Diversity (immunology)

The CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowship to Promote Racial Diversity is funded by the Cancer Research Institute and seeks to promote racial diversity in biomedical research. The program is open to Black, Hispanic, and Latino/Latina candidates who are US citizens. Research may be conducted at a non-profit organization anywhere in the world. The Fellowship provides a … Read more

PhD Scholarships (humanities worldwide)

The PhD Scholarships from the Gerda Henkel Foundation provide research funding for humanities researchers worldwide with a particular focus on the following subject areas: Archaeology History of Art Historical Islamic Studies History History of Science History of Law Prehistory and Early History The grant provides PhD and/or research scholarships + additional benefits of up to … Read more

CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowship Program (immunology)

The CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Cancer Research Institute funds promising young scientists working in immunology whose projects seek to address challenges in cancer. All research must be conducted at non-profit institutions. There are no restrictions on citizenship nor location of the host institution. The Fellowship provides 3 years of stipend funding starting at 55,000 … Read more

Career Development Program – Fellow (blood cancers worldwide)

The Career Development Program – Fellow funded by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) supports the career development of top-performing postdocs and instructors. Applicants must hold a PhD, MD, DVM, or equivalent degree, and have not more than 3 years of postdoctoral training. Applications are open to qualified researchers worldwide. The program provides up to … Read more

German Chancellor Fellowship (future leaders)

The German Chancellor Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is intended for future leaders to conduct a research project in Germany for one year. Applicants should be active in the areas of politics, business, media, administration, society or culture, and have demonstrable leadership experience. Applicants must be citizens of Brazil, China, India, South Africa … Read more