Calls, Grants, Post docs & Open Positions
This page is devoted to a selection of Calls, Grants, Prizes, Fellowships and Job Offers that may interest neuroscientists and students. It is regularly update
Inserm / FRSQ (Fonds de Recherche Santé Quebec) is announcing online forms opening for 2-years Post-doctoral applications. Closing application will be december 14th 2018. See
The FYSSEN FOUNDATION is announcing online forms opening September, 14th, 2018 for Research grant application intended to support either French or foreign post-doctoral researchers, maximum age 35 years for the biological sciences and 40 years in the human sciences, on closing date.The research grant, for one year non renewable, could range from 15 000 to 35 000 euros. See goals and eligibility conditions in the Application form . Closing online application will be October, 25th, 2018.
The AMYDIS - FRC on Dystonia in children is announcing online forms for Research grant application. 30.000 euros. Closing date : Oct 20th, 2018. see more :
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) funding opportunities 2018 Announcements for International Research (January 2018 to June 2020). more info
National Institute of Health (NIH) funding opportunities 2018 Announcements for International Research. more info
The CHRISTINE KAVLI AWARD in Neuroscience is attributed in 2018 to Professor Christine PETIT : The Institut Pasteur, the Collège de France, the Academy of Sciences and Inserm are honored to announce the decision of the Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Letters to award the Christine Kawli Award in Neuroscience to Christine Petit for her work pioneered the molecular and neural mechanisms of hearing. This award, awarded every two years, consists of a $ 1 million fund to be shared by Christine Petit and two other world-renowned researchers: A. James Hudspeth (Rockefeller University, USA) and Robert Fettiplace (University of Wisconsin, USA). The award ceremony will be held in Oslo on September 4, 2018. The Kavli Prize was established in 2005 through a joint venture between the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research, and The Kavli Foundation. more info