If you are a young researcher from a less developed country, who studied neuroscience in an advanced research center, apply for the IBRO Return Home Program to return to your home country to continue an internationally valid scientific activity in brain research.
Successful applicants will receive funding to support their home country exploits.
Application Deadline: September 6, 2020
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Selected applicants will receive up to £20,000.
The IBRO Return Home Program caters to three types of scientists:
- Postdoctoral fellows who have finished research training in neurosciences (including clinical research) in a center of excellence of a developed country.
- Research students who have been trained in a Center of Excellence in Brain Research (CEBR).
- Scientists who are developing a successful basic/clinical research career in a developed country
Who wish to return to their country of origin or to a less developed country for personal or cultural reasons.
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- At least one letter of reference (two are expected) and a Return Home Acceptance Letter are required in order to be considered for this grant.
- Apply here
Qualified candidates will not yet have returned to the laboratory where he/she is applying for the fellowship at the time the application is submitted.
About the IBRO Return Home Fellowships 2021
The International Brain Research Organisation (IBRO) is the global federation of neuroscience organizations established in 1961 that aims to promote and support neuroscience around the world through training, teaching, research, and global outreach.
The IBRO Return Home Program is focused on enabling young researchers to continuously use their experience and expertise in brain research in their home country.
IBRO seeks to promote the exchange of scientific information on brain research throughout the world and assist in the dissemination of information relevant to brain research.