The AREF Research Development Fellowship (RDF) Programme is being launched to support African researchers who are working on important challenges for human health in Africa.
Application Deadline: 23rd September 2021 12:00 GMT
Eligible Countries: sub-Sahara African countries
To be taken at (country): Europe or Africa
Eligible Field of Study: Not specified
About the Award: AREF Research Fellowship is designed to enable talented, early-career African researchers to develop their own research ideas and specialist skills, to grow their research relationships through collaboration and mentorship, and to work towards a major funding proposal. This year, funding will be made available for a “planned follow-through” in the awardee’s home institution.
The RDF Programme aims to develop emerging African scientists who are working on important challenges for human health in Africa, growing their skills, experience, confidence and research outputs.
The scope of the Programme includes both infectious and non-communicable diseases that are significant and/or identified as “neglected” in Africa.
The RDF Programme enables talented early-career researchers to:
Offered Since: 2015
Type: Research Fellowship
Eligibility: Research active post-doctoral scientists and clinicians who are nationals of and employed in Sub-Saharan Africa who were awarded their doctorate after May 2014; and clinicians without a doctorate but who have a research-relevant Master’s degree and at least two and up to seven years active research experience.
Number of Awardees: Not specified
Value of Fellowship: A three to nine-month placement at a leading research institution in Europe or Africa, with additional support at your home institution before and after the placement, up to a maximum of £40,000.
Duration of Fellowship: Three(3) to nine (9) months
How to Apply: After reading the information below, download the Application Form and Information for Applicants and email to Fellowships.AREF@aref-africa.org.uk before the closing date 12:00 GMT 23 September 2021.
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