Visiting Professorship (Denmark neuroscience)

The Visiting Professorship from the Lundbeck Foundation provides funding for foreign visiting professors to Danish research institutions. Applicants must be a leading research leader at a Danish non-commercial research institution who wishes to invite an international colleague to Denmark. Projects within neuroscience will be prioritized. Funding of up to 500,000 DKK are available for visits … Read more

ESID Short-Term Fellowships (primary immunodeficiency)

The Short-Term Fellowships funded by the European Society for Immunodeficiencies (ESID) support short-term visits of junior ESID members to another laboratory for training purposes, including learning diagnostic/therapeutic procedures or lab techniques in the field of primary immunodeficiencies. Short-term visits should be between 1-2 months long and the Fellowship provides 1500 EUR + 500 EUR for additional … Read more

International Exchange Fund (UK researchers – natural sciences)

The International Exchange Fund from The Royal Society promotes new scientific exchanges of UK-based researchers with colleagues worldwide. The main applicant must have a current appointment at a UK research institution. Applicants may apply for up to 12,000 GBP for a period of 2 years. Applications must be within the remit of the Royal Society, including biological … Read more

Collaborative Developmental Scholarships (life science travel exchange grant)

The Collaborative Developmental Scholarships from the Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) provide travel funding for students currently undertaking their PhD in Armenia, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, Morocco, Serbia, Tunisia and Ukraine for the purpose of carrying out experimental procedures that are not otherwise available in their home institutions. The scholarship covers subsistence … Read more

EMBO Core Facility Fellowships (life sciences)

The EMBO Core Facility Fellowships support the training of core facility staff in the life sciences through funding of international exchange. Applicant must be an active research scientist or technician working in a core research facility at an EMBC Member State, an EMBC Associate Member State, or in countries/territories covered by a co-operation agreement (see … Read more

Visiting Professorships (UK institutions)

The funding scheme Visiting Professorships from the Leverhulme Trust enables UK institutions to invite eminent researchers from abroad to enhance the skills and knowledge of its staff and students. Funding of up to 150,000 GBP are available per application and visiting professors may stay for 3-12 months. Applications from all subject areas are encouraged, with the exception … Read more

EMBO Advanced Collaboration Grants (life sciences)

The Advanced Collaboration Grants from the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) facilitate independent group leaders working in Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovenia, or Turkey, to form international collaborations and further their research. The proposed projects should reveal biological insights and constitute joint projects with tangible objectives with the hosting laboratory. Flexibility … Read more

EMBO New Venture Fellowships (life sciences)

The New Venture Fellowships from the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) support early career researchers to develop their expertise in a new field of research. Applicants must have at least 2 years of research experience at the PhD level and not more than 2 years as an independent group leader. Applicants may use the award … Read more

EMBO Scientific Exchange Grants (life sciences)

The EMBO Scientific Exchange Grants provides funding for short-term exchanges for active researchers at any career stage, with at least 1 year of experience at the PhD student level. Researchers and exchange institutions must be in an EMBC Member State, an EMBC Associate Member State, or in countries/territories covered by a co-operation agreement (see full-list … Read more

FEMS Research and Training Grants (microbiology)

The FEMS Research and Training Grants provide support for early-career microbiologists in pursuing research and training at a European host institution other than their own country of residence. Applicants must be members of FEMS member societies. Applicants may apply for up to 4000 EUR in funding. Next application closing date: July 1, 2022.