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European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology: Research Fellowship (Grant) by the PPRC

Інформація: The EADV Research Fellowship is a novel scholarship funded by the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV) with the aim of supporting the research training of junior Dermatologists-Venereologists, residents in Dermatology- Venereology, or junior scientists from Europe in a high standard academic center in an European country, USA, Canada, Australia, or elsewhere.

Speciality:
dermato-venereology

Requirements:
1. The Fellow is a dermatologist- venereologist or a resident or a scientist with special interest in DermatologyVenereology under the age of 40 on the day of application.
2. Previous published experience in the field of research or planning to engage in or have a track record in skin research documented by publication records.
3. An established agreement between the candidate Fellow and a research or clinical center (Host Institution) that offers excellent research opportunities for the particular research subject and has accepted the candidate for a one year fellowship.
4. The fellowship lasts for 12 months, with the fellowship period starting within the year after submission. Period shorter than 12 months will not be accepted.
5. A detailed project that will be submitted by the candidate.

Budget:
A sum of 30,000 euros for their travel and living expenses and their insurance coverage during the training period.

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Amgen Scholars Program

Інформація: ETH offers 20 scholarships for a summer research stay within the Amgen Scholars Program for students studying for a Bachelor’s degree at a European university.Research opportunities are available in the different research groups and departments. The ten-week programme covers nine weeks of intensive research in a state-of-the art laboratory

Speciality:
biological sciences, neurosciences, bioinformatics, biomedical ingeneering

Requirements:
- to be enrolled as regular students at a university in a country that participates in the Bologna Process1
- to have successfully completed at least two years of Bachelor's degree by the start of the programme in July 2017, but have not yet graduated prior to termination of the programme in September2
- to be interested in pursuing a doctorate/PhD.

Budget:
Amgen Scholars at ETH will receive a stipend of CHF 4,000 to cover housing and living expenses. Amgen Scholars living outside Zurich may claim up to CHF 500 as travel expenses for their travel and back home from Cambridge.

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The Amgen Scholars Program at Institut Pasteur

Інформація: The goal of the Amgen Scholars Program at Institut Pasteur (ASP-IP) is to provide scholars an international laboratory experience during two months in summer. Participating in the daily life of a research group will encourage and inspire students to pursue a scientific career. The program also includes non-laboratory activities, social programs, general scientific training, discussions and interactions with scientists of different cultures and origins. Together with the practical scientific experience, this program will make an unforgettable experience for all participants.

Speciality:
Biochemistry,Bioinformatics,Cellular Biology,Developmental Biology,Epidemiology,Genetics &Genomics,Immunology,Microbiology,Mycology,Neurosciences,Parasitology,Structural Biology,Vaccinology,Virology

Requirements:
Applicants to the ASP-IP must
1) be undergraduate students who:
- are registered in colleges or universities in Europe
- will not have graduated from their second cycle, according to the Bologna Process, in Summer 2017. In other words, students able to enroll in a PhD program in Fall 2017 are NOT eligible for this program.
- for medical students: eligible applicants must have not completed their fourth year of studies prior to termination of the programme in September.
- first year students are not eligible at the Institut Pasteur.

2) have:
- a strong record of academic performance;
- an interest in pursuing a PhD.

Prior research experience is not required.

Budget:
Scholars will receive a total stipend of € 1300 to cover living expenses.Non-local Scholars may claim up to € 450 as travel expenses for their travel to Paris. To receive the reimbursement of travel expenses, students will need to provide original receipts and validated boarding passes.

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Amgen Scholars Program at University of Cambridge

Інформація: Amgen Scholars at the University of Cambridge will have the opportunity to work alongside our experienced faculty members, including some of the world's top academic scientists.

Speciality:
biochemistry, neurobiology, developmental biology, cell biology

Requirements:
Applicants to the Amgen Scholars Programme in Cambridge must be undergraduate students:
- who are enrolled in colleges or universities in Europe*, and
- who have not entered the final year of their bachelor's or first degree (or its equivalent) before participating in the programme. (For medical students you must not have completed your pre-clinical studies prior to starting the programme)

Applicants must also:
- be able to demonstrate a strong record of academic performance
- have an interest in undertaking a PhD.
It is not essential that applicants have prior research experience. The language of the Scholars Programme is English and Scholars at Cambridge will need a good working knowledge of English in order to participate fully.

Budget:
Amgen Scholars at the University of Cambridge will receive a stipend of £1120 to cover living costs. Students not normally resident in Cambridge will be able to claim up to £200 towards the cost of travel from their home to Cambridge. Students will need to provide receipts.

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Amgen Scholars Program at University of Tokyo

Інформація: The objective of the program is to provide undergraduate students from different countries (including some from Japan) who are committed to or who are considering a career in biology or related sciences and looking to continue to graduate studies, with eight weeks of biomedical research experience in the basic and translational sciences.

Speciality:
biochemistry,bioengineering, bioinformatics, biotechnology, chemical and biomolecular engineering, chemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, olecular medicine, statistics, toxicology, neurobiology, neurophysiology, physiology

Requirements:
UTokyo Amgen Scholars Program applicants must be undergraduate students who are:
- Enrolled in colleges or universities worldwide that award a bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent); and
- At the minimum, have completed their first year of undergraduate study at the time the summer program begins, and
- Are not graduating before the summer program begins, and after the summer program ends will resume undergraduate studies for at least 1 semester or 1 quarter

UTokyo Amgen Scholars Program applicants must also:
- Have a strong record of academic performance; and
- Have good working knowledge of English, demonstrated by a minimum TOEFL (iBT) score of 72, IELTS overall band score of 5.5, Cambridge English FCE, TOEIC score of 1095, TOEIC L&R score of 785, or TOEIC S&W score of 310, if not a native English speaker or English is not your first language, and
- Have an interest in pursuing a Ph.D.

Budget:
Amgen Scholars at the University of Tokyo will receive a stipend of 500,000 JPY

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Founders Affiliate Undergraduate Student Summer Fellowship Program

Інформація: The goal of this program is to encourage students to pursue careers in cardiovascular research. Research projects with broad relevance to cardiovascular biology and stroke will be considered.

Speciality:
сardiology

Requirements:
An eligible student should be:
- enrolled in a full time undergraduate degree program at the time of application submission
- maintained a cumulative GPA ³ 3.0
- have identified an established researcher to serve as a sponsor for the fellowship project.

Budget:
Fellowships of $5,000 each are available

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Founders Affiliate Medical Student Research Program

Інформація: The need for new researchers in the health sciences, from basic science to human behaviors, is critical. The purpose of the grant is to encourage medical students to consider a career in cardiovascular research.

Speciality:
сardiology

Requirements:
An eligible Student must be:
- enrolled in an accredited medical school at the time of application
- Ph.D. candidates who are engaging in research as part of their educational requirements are not eligible for this award.

Budget:
Awards for student stipends are made for a period of 12 months for $22,000 total

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Cleveland Clinic, Florida

Інформація: Cleveland Clinic Florida offers physicians from around the world the opportunity to observe our physicians and residents in practice. The Observership Program provides insight into the day-to-day responsibilities of Cleveland Clinic physicians in their respective specialties.

Speciality:
: - Cardiology- Colorectal Surgery
- Critical Care /ICU (Pulmonary)
- Breast Surgery
- Gastroenterology
- General Surgery
- Nephrology & Hypertension
- Radiology
- Urogynecology
- Urology
- Vascular Medicine

Requirements:

- M.D. status
- vaccination evidence

Budget:
must pay
$500.00 application fee which is non-refundable.
weekly tuition fee in the amount of $100.00. This fee can be paid on or before starting your rotation.

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Travel grant (society for endocrinology)

Інформація: The Society for Endocrinology is pleased to offer grants to members of the Society to assist with the registration, travel and accommodation costs to attend endocrine meetings in which members have an active involvement by acceptance of an abstract. Applications will be considered three times a year. The deadlines for receipt of applications are 15 March, 15 August and 15 December and we aim to notify you of our decision within 3 weeks of each deadline. Applications received after these dates will not be considered until the next due date. Please note that grants cannot be awarded retrospectively. Members are encouraged to apply early for travel grants as funds are limited. As such, grants will be awarded on a first–come–first–served basis.

Speciality:
endocrinology

Requirements:
- all applicants must be in good standing with their membership subscriptions when applying and receiving grant monies;
- Full or Associate Members may apply after being a member for one year (Nurse Members may apply after being a member for one year, or if the event is the SfE Endocrine Nurse Update, Nurse Members may use their overseas grant to apply immediately; Clinician–in–Training and Scientist–in–Training Members may apply after six months or, if the event is the SfE BES conference, members in these membership categories may apply immediately);
- Monies will only be paid into named institutional accounts. Successful applicants will be asked to submit institutional account details at a later date. Full bank account details are required for payments outside the UK.
- As acondition of the award the applicant must: a) for the SfE BES conference – Attend all plenary lectures and complete a questionnaire providing details of posters visited; b) for all other meetings – Attend all plenary lectures and complete a feedback questionnaire. The questionnaire will be sent to you with your grant award notification. In both cases, the completed questionnaire should be sent to the Society Office within 4 weeks after the meeting.

Budget:
travel grants up to the value of £500 (up to £600 for an overseas meeting) can be awarded.

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Equipment Grant (Society for Endocrinology)

Інформація: This grantis to support members who are principal investigators wishing to establish alab. The grant is aimed at those in a first lectureship or those holding a charity fellowship and who are not in receipt of a substantial fellowship(defined as £300,000).

Speciality:
endocrinology.

Requirements:
1. Applications submitted by a recognised Higher Education Research Institute and/or Medical Institution will be considered
2. Applications are considered from all types of paid members who hold a minimum of 1 year's membership at the time of the grant deadline.

Budget:
Up to £10,000

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Endocrine Network Research Grant

Інформація: Endocrine Network grants are intended to support SocietyEndocrine Network activities such as: -co–ordinate cross–institute and collaborative research initiatives in areas of endocrinology such as coordinating research grant applications to funding bodies-running an event-employment of a member of staff to set up a database, etc

Speciality:
endocrinology.

Requirements:
1) Only applications submitted by a recognised Society for Endocrinology Endocrine Network Convenor will be accepted:
2) Grants cannot be awarded retrospectively;
3) The Society requires written details on the activity and how the grant benefited endocrinology.

Budget:
up to £5,000

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Practical Skills Grant

Інформація: These grants have been established to assist Scientist-in-Training Members and Associate Members to:- Visit labs to learn a technique or to carry out experiments essential to their projects- Attend lab-based workshops to gain practical skillsScientist–in–Training Members may apply if they hold a minimum of six months' membership at the date of application; Associate Members may apply if they hold a minimum of 12 months' membership at the date of application. It is anticipated that the applicant will normally be an academic or academic-related staff member. If not, a letter of support is required from the principal investigator or clinical team leader.

Speciality:
endocrinology 

Requirements:
- Only applications submitted by a recognised Higher Education Research Institute and/or Medical Institute will be considered
- The Society requires a written report from the applicant (500 words max) focusing on how the award has improved/changed their career. This should be sent within 3 months after the end of the visit/attendance at workshop. This will be published on the Society's website. As we wish to highlight these awards, we may also publish the report in The Endocrinologist. Please send any relevant photos electronically along with the report.
- Grants cannot be awarded retrospectively.

Budget:
Up to £1000 per grant

More details:
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Summer Studentships

Інформація: These are to assist undergraduate students in gaining research experience by working in a research environment. A stipend is offered for a period of study of up to ten weeks, together with a sum for the host department consumables.The student will normally be an undergraduate following a course in endocrinology or a related life science subject. Students will normally take up the award during the summer vacation before their final year. A student applying for this grant when in their final year should provide a justification as to their reasons for doing so. Please email the appropriate information separately to grants@endocrinology.org

Speciality:
endocrinology

Requirements:
Applications are invited from students whose intended host supervisor is a Society member of at least one year’s standing. It is anticipated that the host supervisor will normally be an academic or academic-related staff member. If not, a letter of support is required from the principal investigator or clinical team leader. The host supervisor will be required to submit a report at the end of the studentship detailing the success of the student and the progress of the project.
- Host supervisors are required to be members of the Society for Endocrinology working in a university or research institute
- Grants are available in the summer, awarded to eligible student applicants.   Successful host supervisors and students should not re-apply for funding for a minimum of 2 years. 
- In the event of the period of the studentship being less than 10 weeks, the amount will be equivalent to the number of weeks the student is actually undertaking the project
- Host supervisors of those awarded studentships are required to submit a report, no later than 3 months after the end of the studentship. A reporting template can be found below
- The Society reserves the right to publish successful supervisors' final reports in The Endocrinologist.Reports may be edited if space is an issue

Budget:
 £185/week up to a maximum of 10 weeks plus up to £1000 for consumables. 

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Public Engagement Grants

Інформація: These grants have been developed to help Society members and public engagement professionals (non-members) organise and deliver outreach activities, aimed at school children and/or the general public, to communicate the science of endocrinology.Examples of activities that could be funded by the scheme include (but are not limited to):-A presentation open to the general public-Talking to a classroom of children about endocrinology, careers in science etc.-Hosting a stand at a science festival-Developing online/video/audio/print resources for the public

Speciality:
endocrinology.

Requirements:
some of theme- Grants cannot be retrospectively awarded.
- The Society requires one written report (500 words) on the activity and how the grant benefited the public, endocrine science and the applicant. This is required from the applicant no later than three months after receipt of the grant. We may publish this report in The Endocrinologist and on the Society website, therefore it should be written for a general audience in lay language.
- Only legitimate public engagement activities will be considered. The definition of a ‘public engagement activity’ will be at the discretion of the judging panel, whose decision is final.
- Non–members applying for grants must submit evidence of managing previous successful public engagement event

Budget:
The grants will provide up to £1,000 of funding 

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Themed Scientific Meeting Grant

Інформація: This grant supports the best new science by funding short, focused, scientific meetings. Typically we would expect a 1–2 day format meeting, with a single theme, comprising presentations from established and emerging investigators. We would encourage representation of women and under–represented minorities in the faculty. As an explicit aim is to encourage community building we would like to see free communications by poster, accompanied by a networking lunch. Poster prizes are often an effective way to encourage emerging investigators. We would envisage the meetings being hosted within the organiser's host institution, and with every effort made to minimise overheads. We would require a registration fee to be levied, but SFE members can, of course, apply for a conference grant to cover this, and travel/accommodation.The application will focus on explaining the scientific topics to be addressed, an outline schedule with potential speakers, and likely venue.We would be happy to consider co-funding meetings with other academic societies but not supporting an existing meeting series. Such co-funded applications would require pro-rata contribution, and accreditation.

Speciality:
endocrinology

Requirements:
-One grant is available per calendar year
- The Society will fund one-off events only and not a regular series of events or repeat events
- The meeting must take place no more than 18 months after the application is accepted
- No funding will be provided to existing meetings
- The organiser is responsible for all aspects of the organisation and running of the event
- Applicants should be members of 1 year's standing or more at the time of application. The Clinical and Science Committees, Endocrine Networks and Society journal editorial boards are encouraged to submit proposals
- The applicant will provide a report in a standard format and suitable for publication in The Endocrinologist no later than one month after the meeting
- The Society expects to see accumulated invoices related to meeting expenditure within 2 months of the meeting close date.

Budget:
Up to £10,000 per grant

More details:
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Early career grant (society for endocrinology)

Інформація: Early Career grants are intended to support endocrinologists in anumber of ways, including for example: 1) resources to gain preliminary data before applying for other external funding; 2) resources to finalise a project; 3) short term salary funding.This grant incorporates monies from the Society for Endocrinology Marjorie Robinson endowment fund. If applicants wish to be considered for Marjorie Robinson funding, the application should reflect the criteria of the fund; this is that the grant must be used for research into diseases of the adrenal and/or pituitary glands.

Speciality:
endocrinology

Requirements:
-Applications should normally be from post-docs or, in exceptional cases, from applicantswithin the final year of a PhD; the project should also be one that is distinctfrom that done during a PhD.
- also require a short article (100-200 words) which may be published in The Endocrinologist. This short report should focus on how the award has improved or changed the successful applicant’s career.
- Paid members of the Society for Endocrinology may apply at a stage in their career that is within 10 years of completion of postgraduate degree.
- It is anticipated that the applicant willnormally be an academic or academic-related staff member. If not, a letter ofsupport is required by the principal investigator or clinical team leader. Thisgrant is ideally suited to trainee members.

Budget:
up to £10,000

More details:
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National Cancer Institute Program: Metabolic reprogramming to improve immunotherapy

Інформація: The overall goal of this funding opportunity announcement is to encourage grant applications to generate a mechanistic understanding of the metabolic processes that support robust anti-tumor immune responses in vivo, determine how the metabolic landscape of the tumor microenvironment affects immune effector functions, and then use this information to manipulate (reprogram) the metabolic pathways used by the tumor, the immune response, or both to improve cancer immunotherapy.Critical needs for future studies include developing approaches to reprogram the metabolic qualities of anti-tumor immune cells (either ex vivo or in vivo) to improve immunotherapy (homing, persistence and/or effector function), and/or approaches that target cancer cell metabolic pathways to impair cancer cell survival without compromising endogenous anti-tumor immunity.

Speciality:
oncology, immunology

Requirements:
to have an experience in cancer research

Budget:
Application budgets are not limited but need to reflect the actual needs of the proposed project.

More details:
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STP Early Career Travel Grant Program

Інформація: The Society for The Teaching of Psychology (Division Two of APA) is pleased to announce the Early Career Psychologist Travel Grant Program (formerly the Faculty Development Small Grants Program). The grant program is open only to STP members who are enrolled in a psychology Ph.D. program or otherwise meet the ECP definition below. Grant funds can be used to defray the costs of attending psychology teaching conferences or conferences with a significant teaching of psychology component.

Speciality:
psychologist

Requirements:
STP defines an Early Career Psychologist as an individual who is within ten (10) years post-doctorate or within ten (10) years of beginning full-time college teaching, whichever comes first.

Budget:
a maximum award of $500 per grant, for conference attendance.

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American Academy of Dermatology Grant

Інформація: The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) offers three (3) grants to young dermatologists from Europe to facilitate the attendance of the AAD Annual Meeting

Speciality:
Dermatology

Requirements:
1. under 35 years of age ;
2. must be an EADV member;
3. must not have previously received this grant;
4. must have adequate knowledge of the English language;
5. must have the nationality of a European country

Budget:
The grant includes a stipend of 1000 USD, a complimentary registration to the Annual Meeting and admission to one session, and an invitation to an AAD leadership dinner.

More details:
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British Society of Paediatric Dermatology Grant

Інформація: Once a year, the British Society for Paediatric Dermatology (BSPD) invites two trainee dermatologists from Central or Eastern Europe to attend their Annual General Meeting.

Speciality:
Dermatology

Requirements:
1. under 35 years of age ;
2. must be an EADV member;
3. must not have previously received this grant;
4. must have adequate knowledge of the English language;
5. Must have the nationality of a Central or Eastern European country

Budget:
Two successful applicants from Central or Eastern Europe will receive free registration to the BSPD Annual meeting and a grant of GBP 500,- kindly provided by the British Society of Paediatric Dermatology.

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Société Française de Dermatologie Grant

Інформація: The French Society of Dermatology (SFD) offers three (3) grants to young dermatologists from Europe to facilitate the attendance of the French-speaking JDP Congress: “Journées Dermatologiques de Paris”

Speciality:
Dermatology

Requirements:
1. Young dermatovenereologists or residents/trainees under 35 years of age
2. Must be an EADV member
3. Must be working in a European country

Budget:
The grant consists of a free registration to the Annual Meeting and a stipend of 1500 EUR for both accommodation and transportation. This scholarship agreement is based on reciprocal agreements between the SFD and the EADV.

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The Duke Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship

Інформація: The Duke Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship program is a one-year, ACGME-accredited program offering experience in the management of adults and children with epilepsy, video EEG monitoring in all age groups, ICU EEG monitoring, routine EEG, EP, and neurophysiologic intraoperative monitoring (NIOM). Upon completion of the program, fellows can choose to take an additional one-year epilepsy fellowship.

Speciality:
neurology or pediatric neurology.

Requirements:
- Completion of an approved neurology residency in neurology or pediatric neurology;
- 2-3 Letters of reference;
- Completed Application
- USMLE Transcript
- ECFMG Certificate (if applicable)
- Curriculum Vitae

Budget:
Salary PGY-5.

More details:
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The Duke Movement Disorders Fellowship

Інформація: The Duke Department of Neurology’s fellowship in Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders provides trained neurologists with expertise in diagnosis and management of patients with of various movement disorders including: Parkinson's disease and related neurodegenerative disorders, tremor disorders, focal and generalized dystonia, Huntington's disease and other choreiform disorders, Tourette syndrome, restless leg syndrome, tardive dyskinesia, myoclonus, hemiballismus, and other rare disorders associated with abnormal movements. We are now accepting applications for fellowships for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Speciality:
Neurology

Requirements:
- Residency in neurology;
- Completed Application;
- 2-3 Letters of reference;
- USMLE Transcript;
- ECFMG Certificate (if applicable);
- Curriculum Vitae;

Budget:
Salary PGY-5.

More details:
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The Sleep Medicine Fellowship

Інформація: The Duke Division of Neurology fellowship in sleep medicine is a one-year, ACGME-accredited program that emphasizes advanced training in sleep disorders management. Trainees will gain experience with interpretation of polysomnograms and multiple sleep latency tests, as well as seeing patients with a wide spectrum of sleep disorders. Fellows rotate in many subspecialty sleep disorders clinics to obtain a broad based training in sleep medicine.

Speciality:
neurology or pediatric neurology.

Requirements:
- Completion of an approved neurology residency in neurology or pediatric neurology;
- 2-3 Letters of reference;
- Completed Application
- USMLE Transcript
- ECFMG Certificate (if applicable)
- Curriculum Vitae

Budget:
Salary PGY-5.

More details:
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Duke Neuromuscular Medicine fellowship

Інформація: Our ACGME-approved fellowship in neuromuscular medicine provides trained neurologists with expertise in diagnosis and management of patients with peripheral nerve, neuromuscular junction, and muscle disorders. The fellowship includes experiences in outpatient neuromuscular clinics and inpatient neuromuscular consultation. There are opportunities for clinical research during the fellowship. A research project suitable for publication is strongly encouraged. Fellows interested in additional training may continue their fellowship for a second year. This advanced fellowship program will allow participants to develop advanced electrodiagnostic skills including single-fiber EMG, quantitative motor unit potential analysis, and motor unit number estimation. In addition, opportunities will be available to collaborate in genetic, immunologic, and histopathologic investigations relating to neuromuscular disease. The trainee will acquire a set of skills important for a successful academic career in neuromuscular medicine.

Speciality:
neurology

Requirements:
- Completion of an approved neurology residency in neurology;
- 2-3 Letters of reference;
- Completed Application
- USMLE Transcript
- ECFMG Certificate (if applicable)
- Curriculum Vitae

Budget:
Salary PGY-5.

More details:
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Clinical Research Training Fellowship in Epilepsy

Інформація: The American Academy of Neurology is pleased to announce a fellowship to support clinical research training in epilepsy. This fellowship is funded by Lundbeck. The award aims to recognize the importance of good clinical research and encourage young investigators in clinical studies.

Speciality:
neurology

Requirements:
- Recipient must be an AAN member interested in an academic career in clinical research who has completed residency or a post-doctoral fellowship (for a PhD) within the past five years of the start date of the award (July 1, 2017).
- Letter of nomination from the chair of the department of neurology
- CV
- Three-page research plan
- Letter from proposed mentor
- Other materials for application you can find with a link down below

Budget:
Each fellowship will consist of a commitment of $55,000 per year for two years, plus a $10,000 per year stipend to support education and research-related costs.

More details:
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Clinical Research Training Fellowship in Muscular Dystrophy

Інформація: The American Academy of Neurology, the American Brain Foundation, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association are pleased to announce a new twoyear fellowship to support clinical research training in muscular dystrophy. The award aims to recognize the importance of good clinical research and encourage young investigators in clinical studies.

Speciality:
neurology

Requirements:
- Recipient must be an AAN member interested in an academic career in clinical research who has completed residency or a post-doctoral fellowship (for a PhD) within the past five years of the start date of the award (July 1, 2017).
- Letter of nomination from the chair of the department of neurology
- CV
- Three-page research plan
- Letter from proposed mentor
- Other materials for application you can find with a link down below

Budget:
Each fellowship will consist of a commitment of $55,000 per year for two years, plus a $10,000 per year stipend to support education and research-related costs.

More details:
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2017 International GI Training Grant Award

Інформація: The International GI Training Grant provides partial financial support to physicians outside of the United States and Canada to receive clinical or clinical research training or education in Gastroenterology and Hepatology in selected medical training centers in North America.

Speciality:
gastroenterologist

Requirements:
1)Applicants must submit a completed application form, a personal statement.Three letters of recommendation are also required — one from the training preceptor/director; one from an ACG Fellow; and another from a person of your choosing.
2)Applicants are responsible for selecting a host training center who will voluntarily agree to participate in the program.
3)The International GI Training Grant of the College must be mentioned in any publication(s) generated by the awardee and host training center through this program.

Budget:
The amount of the grant will not exceed $10,000, and is to be used for travel to and from the training center and to the ACG Annual Meeting as well as for incidental expenses related to the training. A travel grant may or may not be awarded in any given year.

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Travel Grants for the FENS Forum

Інформація: FENS - IBRO/PERC and number of FENS members societies and partners will be offering travel grants and stipends for students and young investigators to support their attendance to the FENS Forum. These conferences bring together outstanding researchers in key areas of contemporary neuroscience to discuss current concepts and define challenges for future research.

Speciality:
neuroscience

Requirements:
1. PhD student or a postdoctoral fellow
2. Registration for the FENS Forum 2016
3. To submit an abstract as 1st author
4. At least one PubMed registered publication
5. Support from your current supervisor/PI

Budget:
€ 750. Funding can be used to cover travel and local expenses.

More details:
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S. Weir Mitchell Alliance Award from The American Academy of Neurology

Інформація: This award is designed to encourage basic research in neuroscience by physicians in clinical neurology training programs. The Alliance Awards Workgroup considers originality, scientific merit, neurological interest, and clarity of expression as criteria for review.

Speciality:
neuroscience

Requirements:

- should be members of the AAN in good standing and less than 18 months from the completion of their Neurology residency training (at the time of submission)
- must be a senior author of a research-based manuscript that must not be previously published or submitted for publication (at the time of submission)
- completed application form
- curriculum vitae
- typed, double-spaced copy of the complete manuscript in the format used in Neurology journal
- letter from the training program director
- letter from the faculty researcher sponsor
- list of residency and/or fellowship start dates, end dates, and program directors

Budget:
$1,000 prize, complimentary registration for 69th Annual Meeting, reimbursement for 69th Annual Meeting travel and housing $100 per diem per day for expenses (up to two days)

More details:
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Stipends for the Twelfth Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society

Інформація: The German Neuroscience Society – Neurowissenschaftliche Gesellschaft (NWG) – offers 20 travel grants for the participation in the Twelfth Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society

Speciality:
neuroscience

Requirements:
1. Eligible are students, Ph. D. students and young postdocs
2. The age limit is 35 years by the time of application
3. The applicant participates with an own contribution
4. The applicant is first author of the contribution

Budget:
The financial support amounts to 300 €

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Alliance Award for Founders from The American Academy of Neurology

Інформація: This award is designed to encourage clinical and translational research in neuroscience by physicians in clinical neurology training programs. The Alliance Awards Workgroup considers originality, scientific merit, neurological interest, and clarity of expression as criteria for review.

Speciality:
neuroscience

Requirements:
- should be members of the AAN in good standing and less than 18 months from the completion of their Neurology residency training (at the time of submission)
- must be a senior author of a research-based manuscript that must not be previously published or submitted for publication (at the time of submission)
- completed application form
- curriculum vitae
- typed, double-spaced copy of the complete manuscript in the format used in Neurology journal
- letter from the training program director
- letter from the faculty researcher sponsor
- list of residency and/or fellowship start dates, end dates, and program directors
- applicants can apply for only one of the Alliance Awards

Budget:
$1,000 prize, complimentary registration for 69th Annual Meeting, reimbursement for 69th Annual Meeting travel and housing $100 per diem per day for expenses (up to two days)

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The Brain Prize and FENS stipend

Інформація: The Brain Conferences are intimate scale meetings focused on current topics in neuroscience. This meeting is part of a new series of high-level bi-annual Brain Conferences in Europe. The Brain Conferences are organised by FENS in partnership with The Brain Prize. FENS, IBRO-PERC and The Brain Prize offer 15 stipends of 1,000 EUR each for international students and early career scientists that attend the conference.

Speciality:
neuroscience

Requirements:
1. Your application (if submitted under early or regular registration deadline) will be considered for a FENS, IBRO-PERC and The Brain Prize stipend (if "Yes" was selected in the "Stipend requested" field);
2. You might be asked to present your abstract in the form of a short talk;
3. You agree to present a poster during the conference

Budget:
The stipend of 1,000 EUR. Part of the grant will cover the registration fee (early or regular, depending on the time when the application was submitted) of the awardees.

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Summer Undergraduate Research in Pharmacology

Інформація: Department of Pharmacology has sponsored a summer research program designed to introduce college undergraduates to basic laboratory research

Speciality:
pharmacologist

Requirements:
1) Successful applicants should have strong academic records and have completed at least one laboratory course prior to application.
2) Previous experience performing independent laboratory research is not required.

Budget:
The program supplies a stipend and contributes additional funds to defray housing and travel expenses.

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IBRO/SfN Travel Grants Program

Інформація: The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) offers travel fellowships to their annual meeting for neuroscientists under the age of 35 who are currently working and living in a resource-restricted country – those defined by the World Bank as low, lower-middle, or upper-middle income.

Speciality:
neuroscience

Requirements:
1. To be a citizen of and reside in a country that the World Bank has classified low, lower-middle or upper-middle income (Ukraine is included)
2. The applicant should be the first author of an abstract to be presented at the SfN annual meeting.
3. A copy of the abstract submitted to SfN for a poster or a platform presentation is required.

Budget:
Up to USD 2,000

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Internships and Summer School in a Neuroscience Institute

Інформація: Institute offers a summer school scheme for current undergraduate students who want to learn more about Neuroscience research techniques.

Speciality:
neurologist

Requirements:
The scheme lasts 6-8 weeks.
1)You must attend a Health and Safety induction at the start of you placement.
2)We accept applications from both Newcastle students and those at other Institutions.

Budget:
The student pays for the program

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IBRO International Travel Grants

Інформація: IBRO International Travel Grants aim to foster neuroscience research, especially in less well-funded countries, by providing support to high-quality neuroscientists from diverse geographic and scientific areas (US/Canada Region excluded), who wish to participate in international neuroscience meetings.

Speciality:
neuroscience

Requirements:
1. Priority is given to those who have not obtained funding from this program within the past three years.
2. Applicants cannot apply for more than one category of funding within travel grants in the same funding cycle.
3. One letter of reference is required in order to be considered for this grant (two is ideal).

Budget:
Up to 1,800 euros

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The International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) and the International Society for Neurochemistry (ISN) Research Fellowships

Інформація:

Speciality:
medical science: neuroscience

Requirements:
1. Project proposal (1-2 pages)
2. A letter of acceptance from the proposed supervisor (host scientist) indicating they are willing to accept the candidate and agree on the proposed project. The letter should also comment on how the proposed project could be integrated into the laboratory’s research program.
3. Two letters of reference are required, one of which should be from the current supervisor.
4. If available, evidence of an offer that the applicant will have a position to return to in his/her home country after the fellowship.
5. Applications from candidates who have completed their PhD within the past seven years are preferred.

Budget:
up to 35,000 Euros. Funds from an IBRO-ISN Fellowship should not be spent on indirect costs (such as administrative costs of a research institution or university)

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The Return Home Program of IBRO

Інформація: The objective of the Return Home Program of IBRO is to coordinate efforts with other organizations: (1) to improve the opportunities for productive neuroscience research (allied to health services) within the less advantaged regions of the world and (2) to provide more aid to those researchers trained overseas who wish to return to their home countries.

Speciality:
medical science: neuroscience

Requirements:
1. Postdoctoral fellows who have finished research training in neurosciences (including clinical research) in a center of excellence of a developed country.
2. Those willing to start up their own laboratory and/or work independently.
3. Scientists who are developing a successful basic/clinical research career in a developed country and wish to return to their country of origin or to a less developed country for personal or cultural reasons.

Budget:
Up to 20,000 Euros

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NENS Exchange Grants

Інформація: These exchange grants for training stays are intended for Masters and PhD students registered within NENS member schools or programmes. Applicants are expected to spend a period of one to three months at a NENS member school of their choice in a different European country for the purpose of methodological training.

Speciality:
neuroscience

Requirements:
1. Cover sheet (information on personal details)
2. Proof that applicant is a registered student at a NENS school program and proof of NENS membership of host school program.
3. Statement on motivation for intended training stay (250 words max.)
4. Short description of Master or PhD project (250 words max.)
5. Description of proposed project during training stay (500 words max.)
6. Description of methods to be learned or course to be followed during training stay (250 words max.)
7. Declaration of expected costs
8. Letter of recommendation from Master/ PhD supervisor (500 words max.)
9. Letter of support from host laboratory (500 words max.)

Budget:
The exchange grants cover travel and accommodation costs of up to 2,000 EUR.

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