vendredi 16 avril 2021

The Hereditary Disease Foundation: Basic Research Grants & Postdoctoral Fellowships


 

The Hereditary Disease Foundation provides funding for research that advances the discovery and development of treatments for Huntington’s disease and other brain disorders. We are passionate about finding and funding the most innovative, creative and paradigm-changing research possible. The Hereditary Disease Foundation funds applications for Grants and Postdoctoral Fellowships for researchers working in laboratories around the world.

 

Deadline LOIs: February 1, 2021

Deadline Full Application: April 16, 2021

 

The Foundation’s current focus is on:

1) modifier studies - on DNA repair pathways, protein degradation and other modifiers of phenotype and age of onset; 

2) mechanisms of HD neurodegeneration;

3) biomarkers of disease progression; and

4) therapy for HD-induced neurodegeneration.

vendredi 30 avril 2021

The Branco Weiss Fellowship – Society in Science



The fellowship is designed for postdocs at home in sciences, engineering and social sciences who are willing to engage in a dialogue on relevant social, cultural, political or economic issues across the frontiers of their particular discipline.
The Branco Weiss Fellowship is designed to support postdoctoral researchers after their PhD and before their first faculty appointment. Those in current postdoctoral positions are also eligible.

More information: https://brancoweissfellowship.org/who-we-are.html

samedi 01 mai 2021

Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS): Eric Kandel Young Neuroscientists Prize 2021


 

The Hertie Foundation (Germany), in cooperation with the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), is pleased to announce the opening of nominations for the Eric Kandel Young Neuroscientists Prize 2021.

The prize includes:

  • Prize money of € 50,000.00 for personal use,
  • A research budget of € 50,000.00 for a scientific cooperation (partnership or mentoring) which extends the laureate’s area of research,
  • The Eric Kandel Prize Lecture at the FENS Forum 2022 in Paris, France

 

The deadline for nominations is May 1, 2021

 

All European neuroscientists under the age of 40, who have demonstrated outstanding and independent scientific creativity and productivity, as documented by multiple and excellent publications in leading scientific journals, are eligible. The age limit may be extended for specific circumstances such as maternity and paternity leave (max. 2 years per child).

Candidates must be nominated by the head of their university/research institute or by an internationally renowned neuroscientist. Self-nomination is not possible.

 

Email: GrychtolikAF(a)ghst.de

https://www.fens.org/News-Activities/Awards/FENS-Awards/Eric-Kandel-Young-Neuroscientists-Prize/2021/

lundi 10 mai 2021

Campus France MOPGA 4: Visiting Fellowship Program for Young Researchers: "One Health"


The Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE) in partnership with the Ministry of Higher Education for Research and Innovation (MESRI) have launched a visiting fellowship program to welcome young researchers wishing to carry out their research in France as part of a "One Health" approach.

Deadline: May 10th, 2021

Candidate eligibility: Candidates must have obtained their PhD less than five years prior to the application, i.e. they must have defended their PhD between May 2016 and April 2021. They should not have resided in France after September 1st 2020 (more than 90 days) and they must not be French nationals. The start of the visiting fellowship for young researchers in France is due to take effect in January 2022.

40 fellowships will be awarded to the young researchers over a 12-month period from January 2022

The fellowship includes the following benefits:
- Monthly allowance of 2,500 euros  
- Moving allowance of 500 euros
- Support for social security coverage 
- Support for health insurance

 

Research themes: a transdisciplinary "One Health" approach

The "One Health" concept promotes an integrated, systemic approach to human, animal and ecosystem health at local, national and global scales. This approach provides a better understanding of the causes and consequences of the functioning and evolution of our societies (in terms of demographics, mobilities, economic conditions, lifestyles, well-being and public health, etc.), global environmental changes, including climate change and the erosion of biodiversity as well as the proliferation of emerging diseases. It thus helps to guide public policies on health prevention or innovation in a diverse economic and socio-cultural context. It also aims at taking a holistic view of health, environmental management and biodiversity pressures in order to better prevent and respond to emerging diseases at pandemic risk.

mopga@campusfrance.org

https://www.campusfrance.org/en/visiting-fellowship-program-for-young-researchers-mopga-4

samedi 15 mai 2021

La Fondation Française pour la Recherche sur l'Épilepsie (FFRE) : appels à projets de recherche 2021


 

La FFRE lance ses appels à projets de recherche 2021 :

 

  • « Soutien à la recherche clinique : soigner » : 50 000 €

50 000 € pour financer ou co-financer un projet de recherche clinique visant à améliorer la prévention, le diagnostic, ou la prise en charge des épilepsies ou encore le développement d’approches thérapeutiques innovantes pour mieux soigner l’épilepsie. Ce crédit de recherche est lancé avec le soutien de la Fondation Vera Nijs & Jens Erik Rosborg, sous l’égide de la Fondation de Luxembourg.

 

  • « Prix Valérie Chamaillard » : 30 000 €

30 000 € qui seront attribués à un jeune chercheur non statutaire pour ses travaux de recherche réalisés sur l’épilepsie de l’enfant et/ou de l’adolescent. Ce prix est décerné par la Fondation Valérie Chamaillard, abritée par la Fondation de France.

 

Date limite de réception des dossiers : 15 mai 2021

https://www.fondation-epilepsie.fr/appels-a-projets-2021/

https://www.slideshare.net/FondationFrancaiseRechercheEpilepsie/appels-a-projets-ffre-2021

lundi 31 mai 2021

Le Fonds québécois de la recherche sur la nature et les technologies (FQRNT) : bourses de recherche postdoctorale (B3X)



Le FQRNT attribue des bourses de 30 000 $ aux postdoctorants. La durée minimale de la recherche postdoctorale est de six mois et la durée maximale est de 24 mois.

La recherche postdoctorale doit être effectuée dans un autre établissement que celui qui a décerné le doctorat. Les milieux d'accueil hors du Québec internationalement reconnus sont privilégiés.

Pour bénéficier d'une bourse de formation, il faut avoir la citoyenneté canadienne ou la résidence permanente au sens de la Loi sur l'immigration et la protection des réfugiés (L. C. 2001, ch. 27) et être domicilié au Québec au sens de la Loi sur l'assurance maladie du Québec.

+ d'infos : http://www.frqnt.gouv.qc.ca/fr/bourses-et-subventions/consulter-les-programmes-remplir-une-demande/bourse/bourses-de-recherche-postdoctorale-b3x--hdt29fdw1530034567999

mardi 01 juin 2021

The Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds: PhD fellowships



The Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds awards PhD fellowships to outstanding junior scientists who wish to pursue an ambitious PhD project of approximately 3 years in basic biomedical research in an internationally leading laboratory.
The fellowship comprises a competitive monthly stipend that is initially granted for 2 years and that can be extended for up to another 12 months.

Deadlines of application: 1 February, 1 June, 1 October of each year.

More information: https://www.bifonds.de/fellowships-grants/phd-fellowships.html

mercredi 09 juin 2021

Postdoctoral Individual National Research Service Award:


PAR-20-021: NINDS Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) for Training of Postdoctoral Fellows (F32 Clinical Trial Not Allowed)

Application Due Date(s):
February 11, 2020, June 9, 2020, and October 14, 2020, February 11, 2021, June 9, 2021, October 14, 2021, February 9, 2022, June 8, 2022, and October 11, 2022.
Expiration Date: January 8, 2023

https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-20-021.html

vendredi 09 juillet 2021

The Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA): HD Human Biology Project


 

The Human Biology Project was launched in 2013 with the goal of fostering innovative research in collaboration with HD clinics to better understand the biology of Huntington’s disease as it occurs in humans. HDSA encourages researchers to consider one of HDSA’s 54 Centers of Excellence as a potential collaborator, but applicants may propose to work with any HD clinic around the world.

Project Details

  • 1-2 years of funding to support a scientist working collaboratively with an HD clinic anywhere in the world
  • Awards up to $75,000/year ($50,000 salary support and $25,000 research budget)
  • Recipient must commit at least 50% effort to the project
  • Open to researchers from around the world regardless of position/title
  • Preference given to young postdoctoral and clinical investigators (PhD and/or MDs) who are not yet independent
  • Innovative ideas from non-scientists will also be accepted and encouraged
  • Applications from for-profit institutions are welcome

Dates and Deadlines

  • Letter of Intent due: May 7, 2021
  • Complete applications due: July 9, 2021
  • Scientific Advisory Board review: September 2021
  • Notification of award: October 2021
  • Fellowship start date: No later than December 1, 2021

https://hdsa.org/hd-research/hd-human-biology-project/