Due Date: April 1, 2019
Applications for the SSI/ISID Transmittable Illness Research Study Fellowship Program 2019 are now open. The function of this Fellowship Program is to support contagious illness doctors and researchers from under-resourced nations through multidisciplinary medical and laboratory training at choose biomedical organizations in Switzerland.
The goals of the Fellowship Program are:
- To train appealing young doctors and researchers from under-resourced nations for medical and research study positions in contagious illness.
- To promote collaborations in between fellows and contagious illness leaders in Switzerland.
- To increase clinical research study capability in under-resourced/high illness concern nations.
- A monetary stipend of as much as 36,000 SF annually (around $35,500 USD) will be provided to Fellows to cover travel expenses and living expenditures. The program means to award 2 fellowships every year.
- Open to locals of low and middle earnings nations as categorized by the World Bank who have either a M.D. or Ph.D. in an appropriate field and hold a position at a medical, research study or public health organization;-LRB- **************).
- Candidates are needed to be competent in composing and speaking English and either German (for Basel, Bern, Zurich and St. Gallen) or French (for Geneva and Lausanne). Candidates who propose a research-only fellowship do not require French or German fluency.
Applications need to be used the online submissions system and consist of:
- A letter of dedication from the candidate’s house organization guaranteeing position upon conclusion of the fellowship
- Recommendation letter
- Individual declaration explaining profession objectives and goals, and significance of training
For more details, see SSI/ISID Fellowship