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New global fellowship programme for experienced researchers

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on 3 December 2013

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Transcript of New global fellowship programme for experienced researchers

New global fellowship programme for experienced researchers in Health Sciences

Access to excellent candidates
Expanding existing research portfolio
Network enlargement
Co-financing of a post-doc researcher post (40%)

Benefits for a Host:

Career development opportunities
Access to hosts of high level international excellence
Employment and mentoring
Comprehensive offer of training courses
Networking / network building

Benefits for a Fellow:

Evaluation process:


Stimulation and promotion of career development
of experienced researchers

(website under construction)

Different for each Call:

Basic Medical Science
eg. Immunology, nutrition, neurosciences, biostatistics

Clinical Medicine
eg. Cancer, clinical immunology, clinical neurosciences

Health & Society
eg. Community health, nursing sciences, health economics

Thematic areas

5 years: May 2014 – May 2019

3 Calls for applications
– different research areas in focus

Approx. 57 fellowships (24 – 36 months)

Global participation

40% costs covered by the EU,
60% by host organisation

Key facts

co-funded by the European Union – FP7 Marie Curie Action

Managed by the University of Oslo, Faculty of Medicne – Coordinator: Prof. Hilde Nebb, Dean of Research

Total budget: ~ 16.630.950 EUR
EU contribution: ~ 6.652.380 EUR


Marta Lorens-Thommesen
Project Manager/Project Administrator

Transnational mobility to leading research organisations
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