Opportunities for Researchers
Germany: Postdoc Fellowships for International Female Researchers, University of Münster - Join the WWU within a self-chosen timeframe of 1 to 6 months, explore our excellent research and development possibilities as well as the city itself and its facilities for accompanying family members. In return, we expect you to help us create further awareness of the excellent and family-friendly research possibilities at the WWU.DEADLINE DATE: 30/09/2018.
Austria - IIASA Funded Postdoctoral Fellowships - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis IIASA Postdoctoral Research programme offers up to 2 years positions. Candidates should have their PhD at the time of taking up the appointment and are expected to have a proven record of research accomplishments, and a solid working knowledge of English. Applications are accepted continually. Upcoming application deadline: 1 October 2018
United Kingdom - BBSRC-GSK PhD in Science: Microbial interactions within denture biofilms，Cardiff University - The aims of this PhD are therefore to explore the types and mechanism(s) of microbial interactions that occur in biofilms, using denture biofilms as model systems. Along with tuition fees, funding from BBSRC will cover an annual maintenance stipend (£14777), which is subject to annual inflammation and will be confirmed by RCUK each year. The industrial partner (GSK) will also provide a fixed sum £3000 pa as a top up to the student stipend. DEADLINE DATE: 31/07/2018
Germany - PhD Scholarship, Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes - The doctoral candidate has been accepted on a doctoral programme at a German university where the thesis will also be submitted; nationality is irrelevant. Funding is initially granted for two years. On application and subject to successful progress, the scholarship may be extended twice, for up to six months respectively. The maximum funding period is 36 months; for scholarship holders with children this period can be increased to 48 months. DEADLINE DESCRIPTION: Open.
Italy - RESEARCHER MOBILITY: INFLOW OF FOREIGN RESEARCHERS, Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori - This international mobility program is meant to be an essential tool for professional development throughout the stages of a researcher’s career and aims at facilitating training, the acquisition and development of new skills, and a process of knowledge transfer in the fields of experimental, translational and clinical research. DEADLINE: Applications are accepted at any time