Due Date: November 2, 2018
Applications are open for the Cooperative Danger Decrease (CTR) Biosciences Fellowship Program 2018/2019 The CTR Biosciences Fellowship Program (CBFP) will award as much as 12 fellowships to biological researchers from 3 taking part nations: Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon.
Picked fellows will perform a science fellowship, needing the fellow to take a trip for 4 to 6 months in period, to participate in research study at a host organization various than their house nation starting no earlier than September 2019.
Fellowship focus locations consist of:
- Hazardous human, animal, and zoonotic transmittable illness
- Pathogens of security issue
- Modern transmittable illness diagnostic strategies
- Epidemiological security and reporting of unsafe human and animal transmittable illness
- Application and institutionalization of globally accepted concepts and finest practices of BS&S
- Application and institutionalization of One Health concepts and methods
- Detection, medical diagnosis, and reporting of transmittable illness triggered by specifically unsafe pathogens and pathogens of security issue
- CBFP will make all essential travel plans and lodgings (travel, accommodations, medical insurance coverage and living stipends) for all picked fellows throughout of the fellowship.
- Open to early to mid-career biological researchers operating in federal government ministries, government-operated life science labs, and/or research study and diagnostic centers with experience in lab operations, research study, and diagnostics;-LRB- ***************).
- Candidates must be from Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon. Just applications from these 3 nations will be thought about;-LRB- ***************).
- Candidates should hold a Bachelor’s degree degree to be thought about (candidates with a Master of Science or PhD are chosen) and excel in the English language for regular expert work.
- Candidates should presently live in their nation of long-term house and will be needed to go back to their house
nation after program conclusion.
For additional information, check out CTR Biosciences Fellowship