Infrastructure Grant (USA epilepsy)

The Infrastructure Grant from the American Epilepsy Society (AES) facilitates the creation of national or international multicenter research programs. Proposals are welcomed across the spectrum of epilepsy research, including basic, translational, and clinical research methodology to study epilepsy, seizures, and related disorders. Eligibility criteria include: The grant provides 50,000 USD for 1 year (no indirect … Read more

Falling Walls Nominations 2023 (international)

The Falling Wall Nominations 2022 is a call announced and supported by Falling Walls Foundation to award internationally recognized and outstanding researchers with established scientific breakthroughs, excellent academics and leaders, focused on understanding and resolving global challenges affecting societies. The nominees should have made substantial contributions in the following subject areas: life sciences, physical sciences, engineering … Read more

Postdoctoral Fellowship (Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Biomedicine in Germany)

The Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Fritz Thyssen Foundation provides funding support for postdoctoral researchers in the arts, humanities, the social sciences and biomedicine in Germany or whose research projects are clearly connected to the German research system. Applicants should have received their doctoral degree within the past two years. The focus areas include: The Fellowship … 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: The grant provides PhD and/or research scholarships + additional benefits of up to 2 years with the possibility of a 12 months extension. Each year around 50 applicants are awarded a … Read more

Senior Research Awards (Crohn’s & colitis worldwide)

The Senior Research Awards from the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation provide funding for established researchers working on inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) or Crohn’s disease and/or ulcerative colitis to generate sufficient preliminary data for further competitive funding. There are no restrictions on the location of research nor any citizenship/residency requirements. The Awards provide research funding of up to … Read more

VinFuture Grand Prize (UN SDG)

The VinFuture Grand Prize recognizes the achievements of researchers and innovators around the world, in academia and in industry, whose work have led to advancements in the UN´s sustainable development goals. The recognized work should be the underpinning technology and solutions that have benefited millions of people in the past 10 years. Nominations are open … Read more

ECCO Travel Grant (Europe IBD)

The ECCO Travel Grant from the European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation (ECCO) supports early-career basic or clinical inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) researchers to visit European IBD Centres and conduct innovative IBD research. Applicants must be under 40 years of age and under training. Both the applicant and the host supervisor must be members of ECCO. … Read more

ECCO-AOCC Travel Grant (Europe & Asia IBD)

The ECCO-AOCC Travel Grant from the European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation (ECCO) offers European and Asian researchers exchange visits to IBD Centres in Asia or Europe. Applicants must be under 40 years of age and or still in training. In addition, applicants must be members of ECCO or AOCC. The travel grant provides 10,000 EUR … Read more

Catalyst Fellowships (UK child and adolescent musculoskeletal pain)

The Catalyst Fellowships (child and adolescent musculoskeletal pain) from Versus Arthritis and the Medical Research Foundation support UK-based early-career researchers who are seeking to broaden their research experience and develop their own distinct research ideas. Applicants may apply for up to £150,000 to support their research, over a maximum of a 2-year period. Applications close on April … Read more

DGfI Travel Grants (immunology)

The Travel Grants from the German Society of Immunology (DGfI) offer travel allowances.Through these travel grants, the Society supports its members’ participation in scientific events and laboratory stays. Applicants must be members of DGfI at the time of application. In addition, they must be doctoral students or early postdoctoral students up to 3 years after … Read more

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