DIATRAIN Postdoctoral Fellowships – Diabetes field at CIBERDEM

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DIATRAIN Postdoctoral Fellowships – Diabetes field at CIBERDEM

CIBERDEM is offering Marie Curie Fellowships through the new DIATRAIN (DIAbetes Trans-national Research Advancement for INvestigators) mobility programme, co-financed by the EU FP7-People-2010-COFUND Programme, aimed at providing worldwide outstanding researchers with unique career development opportunities.
 
Who is eligible to apply?
Any experienced researcher with a doctoral degree and working at a non-Spanish research organization for at least 24 months at the moment of the call publication is eligible to apply for a fellowship from the CIBERDEM Incoming Mobility Programme (CIMP) to take trans-national placements at the research centers members of the CIBERDEM consortium.
 
 How can you apply?
Candidates to the CIMP fellowships must fill the following application form give below with:
- their personal data
- a letter of motivation
- a Personal Research Proposal of the project that they plan to develop
- their preferred CIBERDEM host institutions from the table below
- an updated Curriculum Vitae
- a Reference Letter of a senior member of their current institution
 
Complete applications will be evaluated by the Selection Committee. All applicants will receive notification of the outcome of their evaluations individually by email. Final results will be published herein and the selected candidates will be interviewed before the final decision is made. This will take place within two months after the deadline for each call.
 
 How may you prepare your Personal Research Proposal?
Fellow applicants may propose any research project dealing with Diabetes and fitting the major working areas covered by CIBERDEM.
 
The current call of CIMP fellowships is open to all the consortium research groups with a vacancy on their research labs. In the next table the applicants can find, as an orientation, the descriptions of several projects to be developed in the different research groups. The applicants may use these as a guide to prepare their Personal Research Proposal.
 
Deadline: 7 May 2012

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