sábado, 23 de outubro de 2010

Oportunidades de Financiamento

Oportunidades Vigentes

AAI-BD Biosciences Investigator Award
The American Association of Immunologists (AAI) holds an annual meeting, and periodically hosts the International Congress of Immunology. Each year, the annual meeting draws thousands of attendees and hundreds of exhibitors. The AAI is proud to showcase presentations such as the President’s Address, the President’s Symposium, and the Distinguished Lecture Series. The annual meetings also features Major Symposia, Special Symposia, block symposia, and guest society presentations. These meetings are supported through grants, registration and exhibit fees, corporate donations, and membership dues.Elegibilidade
Nominees must be Regular AAI members in good standing* who have received an advanced degree (Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent) within the last 15 years (a 2011 nominee must have received his/her degree on or after June 1, 1996). To remain eligible and receive the award, nominees must also be members in good standing through 2010. Eligibility of the nominee will be checked at time of award submission and before presentation of award.
Data Limite: November 19, 2010.

Erasmus Mundus Consortium in Systems Biology (euSYSBIO): Master Scholarships for non-Eu Students 2011-2012

The Erasmus Mundus master's programme in Systems Biology (euSYSBIO) is a cooperation between KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden (KTH), Instituto Superior Tecnologico in Portugal (IST) and Helsinki University of Technology in Finland (TKK). It is a two-year Master's programme including compulsory mobilty for the students. Systems biology is defined as the study of the interactions between the components of a biological system, and how these interactions give rise to the function and behaviour of that system. The origins of systems biology are investigations of the concerted responses of single cells to drugs and other environmental stresses.

The aim of euSYSBIO programme is to train professionals who can cope with the expected future demands of a systems biology specialist. The euSYSBIO programme gives the students a solid back-ground in methodological sciences and hands-on experience in measurement modern measurement technologies, thus providing the students the means for handling large quantities of data and using the information to make valid biological hypotheses, and then to test them.
Data Limite: Apply online until 30 November, 2010. Last date for send the documents is 10 December 2010.

Individual PhD Sandwich Scholarship Programme ITM-DGDC - Call 2010
The Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM) offers doctoral programs in fields ranging from molecular biology to health systems research, in collaboration with Belgian and foreign universities. The actual doctoral degree is awarded by the university, following public defence of the thesis. Each PhD student is jointly supervised by an ITM supervisor and a university supervisor or a supervisor from the student’s home institution, in case of a sandwich PhD. The research work takes place at the ITM and/or in the field. The doctoral research and course work will typically take four years. The program curriculum consists mainly of a comprehensive original research project, resulting in a thesis based on one’s own publications in international peer-reviewed journals. Depending on the university, course work is optional and tailored towards the individual needs of the candidates.
Data Limite: The deadline for submission is 30 November 2010. Home Page:

MFPL Vienna International Post-Doctoral Training in Molecular Life Sciences - 2nd Call
The Max F. Perutz Laboratories (MFPL) at the Campus Vienna Biocenter were established to form a new research institute in the field of biotechnology with groups from the University of Vienna and the Medical University of Vienna. The MFPL has a strong focus on promotion of young scientists, cooperation across the campus and other research institutes as well as companies and intends to set up central scientific services. The main aim for the MFPL to become a Center of Excellence in the Life Sciences during the next decades. 

The mission of the Vienna International Post-Doctoral Training in Molecular Life Sciences (VIPS) is to offer an excellent environment to post-doctoral scientists and to support them on their way to scientific independence. The VIPS offer a broad coverage of research areas, ranging from Biochemistry, Cellular Biology, Immunobiology to Organismal Biology, Bioinformatics, Structural Biology and Neurosciences.
Data Limite: The online submission form will be open until 15 November 2010. Home Page:  aqui

AAI Excellence in Mentoring Award
The Excellence in Mentoring Award was established by the American Association of Immunologists (AAI) in 1997 to recognize the importance of the mentor-trainee relationship. A dedicated mentor can significantly influence a trainee’s successful development and career. With this award, AAI honors a member for his or her contributions to the profession through outstanding mentoring. The award is conferred annually during an awards ceremony at the Annual Meeting AAI.

A dedicated mentor significantly influences a trainee’s professional development and career. This award recognizes the importance of this mentor-trainee relationship. AAI honors the award recipient’s contributions to the profession through outstanding mentoring. This award is presented at an Awards Presentation Program at the AAI Annual Meeting.
A nominee must be a Regular AAI member in good standing who has demonstrated a career-long commitment to mentoring. Click here to join the AAI.
Data Limite: Complete nomination packages must be received by 12 Midnight E.S.T. on November 19th, 2010.

HIV Research Trust Training Scholarships 2011
The HIV Research Trust (HIVRT) is a charitable foundation that provides financial support for researchers in resource - poor countries working in the field of HIV infection. The support is in the form of scholarships awarded annually. These are designed for the research worker to travel to another research unit to learn techniques that will be of value when he or she returns. All aspects of research are eligible including clinical care, epidemiology, psychological and societal aspects, basic and applied biology. The HIVRT has worked in partnership with the International Aids Society in advertising the Scholarships 

HIV Research Trust Scholarships 2011 are awarded each year in open competition. The aim of the Scholarships is to enable investigators in resource-poor countries to travel to other centres to acquire skills necessary to conduct their research more effectively when they return to their host institution. All areas of research related to HIV are supported including laboratory methods, epidemiology, clinical and therapeutic research and research into psychological, social and other aspects of daily care of patients.
Data Limite: Applications will be open from 6 September 2010 until 24 October 2010. Home Page:

Biochemical Society's General Travel Grants
The aim of the Biochemical Society is to promote the advancement of the science of Biochemistry. It will do so in the context of cellular and molecular life sciences as a seamless continuum. Opportunities will be provided for members to exchange opinions and discuss matters relating to research connected with cellular and molecular life sciences. The Society exists to communicate biochemistry internationally. 

The Biochemical Society's General Travel Grants will be available to assist all eligible members meet the cost of attending scientific meetings.
Data Limite: The Travel Grants Committee meet seven times a year with closing dates for applications of: 1st of January, March, May, June, July, September and November. It is adviseable to submit your application as early as possible. For example you could apply for an April meeting using the January Deadline. Home Page:

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