EMBO launches the EMBO New Venture Fellowships. In memory of Suzanne Eaton, these fellowships will help early career life scientists explore topics outside their current area to allow them to pursue a new research direction in their future work. Applications are accepted as of today:
The fellowships are awarded for exchanges between laboratories in EMBC Member States, Associated Member States or Cooperation Partners involving Japan
Applicants are active researchers with a minimum of two years’ research experience at the PhD level, and no more than two years’ experience as an independent group leader
The fellowships are in memory of Suzanne Eaton, an internationally acclaimed scientist, known for her contribution to cell signalling, tissue mechanics and, more recently, regulation of metabolism during development, and mathematical modelling. She was actively engaged in multi-disciplinary research and encouraged others to overcome the challenges of entering a new field for the benefit of intellectual and scientific advancement.
Read the full eligibility criteria and benefits, and apply here. Application deadline: 1 June 2021