The research areas of this scholarship are: Research should be aimed at gaining more insight into the current and new uses of Antithrombin.
Who can apply to this scholarship? Scientists or clinicians with an innovative idea relevant to Antithrombin research. Applications are encouraged from both individuals and teams who may be undertaking research at universities, hospitals or independent research institutions. Applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria to apply for the GATRA Program:
· The work submitted must represent an original contribution to basic or clinical research and be specifically related to Antithrombin.
· Applicants must present a focused project with goals that can be achieved within 12 months.
· Participants must fulfill a Letter of Intent (LOI), providing: Basic details of professional position, Short CV in PDF and Summary protocol
· Applicants must be employed or supported by a university, hospital or independent research institution.
Benefits of the scholarship: The Program offers 2 awards of EUR 50,000 to applicants whose proposals best match the program’s objectives, as assessed by an independent review committee.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: GATRA offers two annual awards of 50,000 euros each for a period of twelve month investigation.
Number of scholarships: The Program offers 2 awards.