The Federation of European Biochemical Societies is delighted to announce the Short-Term Fellowships for the academic year 2022-2023.
FEBS Short-Term Fellowships are awarded for the purpose of scientific collaboration, advanced training, or employing techniques for high-potential candidates.
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The Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS), founded on 1 January 1964, has grown to become one of Europe’s largest organizations in the molecular life sciences, with over 35,000 members in over 35 biochemistry and molecular biology societies (referred to as ‘Constituent Societies’) located throughout Europe and neighboring regions. As a grass-roots organization, FEBS thus gives a voice to a sizable portion of Europe’s academic research and teaching communities.
Why should you apply for the programme? Through its journals, Congresses, Advanced Courses, Fellowships, and other initiatives, FEBS promotes and supports biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, and molecular biophysics, as well as related research areas. Numerous programmes place a premium on scientific exchange and collaboration between scientists working in different countries, as well as on the development of early-career scientists.
Application Deadline: Applicants can apply anytime.
- University or Organization: Federation of European Biochemical Societies
- Department: NA
- Course Level: Postdoctoral
- Award: Travel cost
- Number of Awards: NA
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: International
- The award can be taken in Europe
- Eligible Countries: Applications are accepted from around the world
- Eligible Course or Subjects: The scholarship will be awarded in any subject offered by the university
- Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following/given criteria:
- These Fellowships are for short-term visits (not longer than two or, in exceptional cases, three months), for the purpose of scientific collaboration, advanced training, or employing techniques not available at the usual place of work.
- Candidates should normally be scientists who have obtained their PhD degree within the past six years.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: To apply, applicants must have to complete the online application form.
- Supporting Documents: Submit the following documents:
- An outline of the research proposal, sufficiently detailed, on no more than two A4-sized pages of single-spaced text set out under the following headings:
- nature of the work and outline of the experiments proposed;
- why it is necessary to travel to a laboratory in another country to perform the work
- why the particular laboratory has been selected, including a list of relevant publications (up to five) from the host laboratory;
- why the project will require the time period requested.
- A short curriculum vitae with a list of publications in the format of the references required by the FEBS Journal. Abstracts should not be included.
- The host acceptance from the appointed head of the host institute or department, countersigned by the head of the research group(s)
- A referee’s letter of support.
- A dated letter from the appropriate FEBS Constituent Society confirming that the applicant is a member and indicating the date upon which the applicant joined the Society. The letter should be scanned and uploaded with the other documents.
- Admission Requirements: Applicants must have a PhD or have at least one published paper as the main author in an international scientific journal.
- Language Requirement: Applicants have to be proficient in written and spoken the English language.
Short-Term Fellowships are intended to cover subsistence and travel costs for the Fellow only; expenses incurred by dependants are not provided. The daily subsistence allowance amounts to €90 per day. Travel costs will provide for a second-class rail fare or an economy flight between the place of residence and the host laboratory.