[All] ARISE: Technology Development Fellowships at EMBL
cath at ebi.ac.uk
Thu Jan 14 11:44:06 GMT 2021
ARISE <https://www.embl.org/training/technology-developers-programme/arise/> is the first fellowship programme of its kind that is training technology developers to become highly educated research infrastructure scientists. After successfully finishing their training, we expect fellows to take positions as senior scientists or leaders in core facilities, research infrastructures, or technology development groups in academia, industry, healthcare, or other sectors.
The first call for ARISE fellows <https://www.embl.org/training/technology-developers-programme/arise/applying/#call-1> is now open for applicants and I’d be very grateful if you cold circulate this to your colleagues.
Between 2020 and 2025, ARISE will award 62 three-year fellowships to talented technology experts to develop new technologies for the life sciences that can be included in the service offers of worldwide research infrastructures operating in the fields of imaging, bioinformatics, structural biology, genomics, proteomics, metabolomics and (bio)chemical engineering.
I’ve pasted the eligibility criteria below - applicants from anywhere in the world are encouraged to apply.
Formal eligibility criteria
A PhD degree itself is not required, but applicants must have at least four years of research experience with a high level of skills (postdoctoral standard), or must have expertise in a specialisation in which doctoral degrees are not usually awarded. Their degree and scientific experience should be in STEM fields, either in the academic or non-academic sectors, relevant to the research fields of EMBL research infrastructures and services. Years spent on a PhD count towards the required four years of experience.
Researchers from all countries are eligible for the ARISE programme. However, it is not permitted for applicants to have carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) at any of the EMBL sites for more than 12 months in the three years immediately preceding the call deadline (MSCA mobility rule <https://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/wp/2018-2020/main/h2020-wp1820-msca_en.pdf>)*. Applicants cannot already be permanently employed by EMBL.
Thank you in advance for helping us to disseminate this super opportunity.
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