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Home Africa ARNTD/USAID African Scientists’ Little Grants Program 2019 (Approximately $25,000)

ARNTD/USAID African Scientists’ Little Grants Program 2019 (Approximately $25,000)

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Due Date: September 30, 2019

The African Research Study Network for Neglected Tropical Illness (ARNTD) with assistance from the U.S. Firm for International Advancement (USAID) and UK help from the UK federal government, through the Union for Operational Research Study on Neglected Tropical Illness (COR-NTD), is looking for propositions for both functional and social science research study on” Emerging Obstacles dealing with NTD program execution in Africa.”

This 3rd edition of the Little Grants Program (SGP III) is to support African scientists in both early and mid/late profession to carry out functional research study lined up with the objectives developed in the London Statement on Disregarded Tropical Illness. SGP III is consisted of 2 little grant financing tracks:

  • Little grants for junior scientists
  • Little grants for mid-career and/or senior scientists.

Grants

  • The little grants targeted at junior and senior scientists at the Masters or PhD level will supply grants varying from USD $5,000– $25,000

Eligibility

Basic requirements:

  • Candidates need to be presently used by or registered as a trainee in a scholastic, health, or research study organization in Africa throughout of the grant
  • Should show having a dedication to NTD-related research study along with the abilities and experience needed to perform the proposed work
  • Should have the ability to supply proof of research study output, consisting of publications and/or discussions at clinical conferences

Particular to candidates for the junior scientists’ grants:

  • Candidates need to be an early profession scientist, specified as a standard biomedical researcher, medically certified detective, or public health scientist, who has not formerly completed effectively as primary detective for a significant research study grant (i.e., ≥ USD 200,000)
  • Should hold a minimum of a Master’s degree or must be actively registered in doctoral research studies. Candidates holding a postgraduate degree (e.g., PhD, DrPH, DSc) needs to have finished no greater than 7 years back. Clinicians (e.g. MBChB, MBBS, MD, DVM holders), who have actually not finished a Master’s degree need to have some professional training (e.g., Subscription, Fellowship) or have the ability to show pertinent research study training/experience
  • Should not presently hold positions above lecturer/assistant teacher level or equivalent
  • Should have the ability to supply written proof of dedication to offering mentorship and guidance from a senior scientist with a performance history and continuous dedication to NTD research study.

Particular to candidates for the mid-career/senior scientists grants:

  • Candidates need to be a mid-career/senior scientist, specified as a standard biomedical researcher, medically certified detective, or public health scientist, who has actually formerly completed effectively as primary detective for a significant research study grant, however disappears than fifteen years from their greatest degree of research study
  • Should hold a postgraduate degree (e.g. PhD, DrPH, DSc). Clinicians (e.g. MBChB, MBBS, MD, DVM holders), who have actually not finished a PhD needs to have finished professional training (e.g., Fellowship) or have the ability to show pertinent training connected to research study (e.g., MSc, MPhil), or experience
  • Should hold a position no lower than Senior lecturer/Senior Scientific Officer level or equivalent
  • Should show that they have a performance history and continuous dedication to NTD research study

Choice Requirements

  • The eligibility of the candidate
  • The clinical benefit of the proposed job
  • The significance of the research study
  • The capacity for scaling up the research study
  • The general quality of the application

Application

To learn more, go to SGP III