Due Date: January 7, 2019,
Applications to the 2018/2019 CIPHER Fellowship Program round are now open. Collaborative Effort for Paediatric HIV Education and Research Study (CIPHER) introduced its Growing the Leaders of Tomorrow Fellowship Program in 2017 to construct and support medical research study management in paediatric and teen HIV in low- and middle-income nations, especially high-burden nations in sub-Saharan Africa.
CIPHER Fellows are physicians from sub-Saharan Africa with medical research study experience and the prospective to end up being the next generation of leaders in paediatric and teen HIV medical science. Each fellow gets $70,00 0 over 2 years, and has actually currently related to a prospective coach. The coach is a worldwide renowned scientist in paediatric and teen HIV with a recognized medical research study partnership based at an institute of quality in sub-Saharan Africa.
By supporting this link, the program enhances each fellow’s research study abilities, facilitates their combination into worldwide medical research study networks, and allows them to complete better for worldwide research study financing. At the very same time, it assists address top priority research study spaces in paediatric and teen HIV medical science and adds to constructing institutional capability in sub-Saharan Africa.
- Fellow/mentor sets send an applications to the Growing the Leaders of Tomorrow Fellowship Program.
- Awardees will be chosen to get a two-year fellowship of as much as US$ 70,00 0 (US$ 35,00 0 annually) in overall, consisting of indirect expenses and travel costs. Second-year financing rests upon presentation of satisfying development throughout year one. Financing for the last quarter of the fellowship rests upon evidence of submission of an application to an intermediate fellowship or comparable advancement award or grant.
Coach’s eligibility requirements
The coach need to:
- Be either a Partner or Complete Teacher or Chief/Principal Research Study Officer with a recognized position at a research study institute in SSA;-LRB- ************).
- Send their CV, consisting of publication record in paediatric HIV medical research study;-LRB- ************).
- Show that they are the primary private investigator of the proposed research study job that the fellow will be adding to which direct research study costs and sufficient facilities for the duration of the fellowship will be attended to by other grants or sources of moneying;-LRB- ************).
- Develop a mentorship strategy that shows how the fellowship will add to ability structure and expert advancement of the fellow, along with guaranteeing effective conclusion of the research study job.
Fellow’s eligibility requirements:
- The fellow need to be a junior private investigator with a postgraduate degree (PhD) or a physician of medication degree (e.g., MD, MBBS or comparable) gotten no greater than 10 years prior to the application due date and who has less than 5 years of appropriate research study experience.
- The fellow need to hold a passport from a nation in SSA1.
- The fellow need to satisfy among the following requirements prior to the application submission due date:.
- He/she is a clinical/research student (e.g., research study or medical fellow, senior medical resident/Registrar) at an SSA scholastic institute or an SSA institute whose main objective is research study.
- He/she has a professors or similar position (e.g., assistant teacher, speaker, research study officer) at an SSA scholastic institute or an SSA institute whose main objective is research study.
- He/she is operating at an SSA company with sufficient research study facilities to carry out the proposed research study activities.
- The fellow (and coach) need to show that moneying to support the direct expenses of the proposed research study is readily available.
Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Democratic Republic of the, Congo, Republic of the, Cote d’Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, South Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, United Republic of, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe
- Period: Fellowships need to be served continually throughout of the award. The fellowships need to be begun in between July and November 2019.
- Reporting: Fellows and coaches need to supply story and monetary development reports every 6 months throughout the fellowship duration and a last fellowship report, consisting of a last monetary report to the IAS based upon a design template that they will get.
- Terms: All fellows need to get a minimum of one intermediate fellowship or comparable profession advancement award or grant by the end of their two-year fellowship.
- Capability structure element: Recipients need to go to the 10 th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019) in July 2019 where a main awards event will be held and they will be taken part in capability structure occasions. Extra financial backing will be attended to recipients to go to the 23 rd International AIDS Conference (HELP 2020) and IAS 2021.
Applications for the program need to be sent by the fellow through the online application that will be readily available on the CIPHER site from 12 November 2019 up until 7 January 2019 18: 00 CET. Candidates will be asked to information past accomplishments of the fellow and coach, their research study objectives, supply an abstract of their proposed job, and compose a research study strategy and mentorship prepare for the period of the fellowship.
To find out more, check out CIPHER Fellowship