The research areas of this scholarship are: Not provided
Who can apply to this scholarship? Must be a national or legal resident of a low
· and middle
· income country and should be either:
· a graduate in a subject relevant to public health or tropical medicine (e.g. biomedical or social science, veterinary medicine, physics, chemistry or mathematics) with a PhD and three to six years’ postdoctoral experience, or
· a medical graduate with a higher qualification equivalent to membership of the UK Royal Colleges of Physicians (i.e. qualified to enter higher specialist training) or recognized as a specialist within a relevant research area, with three to six years’ research experience
· must have a relevant high
· quality publication record and show potential to become a future scientific leader.
· Applicants who do not have a PhD but who are educated to first degree or Master’s level and have extensive research experience, as evidenced by their publication record, may be considered.
Benefits of the scholarship: Fellowships are for up to five years (non-renewable) and provide support that includes: -a basic salary for the fellow -research expenses (e.g. consumables, equipment, collaborative travel, research assistance, technical support, fieldwork and data collection) -training costs where appropriate and justified an inflation and flexible funding allowance -support to attend scientific meetings -provision for public engagement costs. Contributions to costs of the project which are directly incurred by the overseas institution may be provided.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: Fellowships will be offered for up to five years (non-renewable).
Number of scholarships: Not Known