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ESC basic research fellowship

Applications are closed.


 

Basic Research Fellowship awardee 2014

Congratulation to David Chiang!

David Chiang

What is the grant for ?

The ESC Basic Research Fellowship is designed to allow a researcher to spend one year in a European research laboratory. One fellowship per year of 25,000 Euros will be awarded to the successful candidate. The laboratory and topic are chosen by the candidate. Preference will be given to those for whom the award will enable the fellow to move to a new institution where they will learn novel techniques valuable for their future career.

This fellowship is open to candidates of all nationalities.

Basic Rules

  • 1 fellowship of 25,000 Euros is awarded per calendar year
  • candidates accept to be interviewed via Skype
  • awardees accept to present their work related to the fellowship at the next basic science meeting "Frontiers in CardioVascular Biology"

Criteria for eligibility

HOW To apply:

Please read the disclaimer on Personal Data Privacy before applying.

APPLY

Before completing the e-form, prepare your pdf application file as you will have to attach it to your e-form.

Application deadline: 1 December 2015.

The pdf application file you will attach to your e-form should consist of a bio-sketch of:

  • Your letter [maximum 2 (two) pages] of motivation including:
    • your birth date
    • your membership of any of the groups stated in "Criteria for eligibility"
    • information on your activity in the area of cardiovascular sciences
    • details of your project
    • a statement on how you intend to use the award
    • a statement that, if you do not use the grant within 9 months, you will return it to the ESC.
  • A one-page CV with a publication list
  • A letter of acceptance by the host institution
  • A letter of support from your current institution
  • A written commitment to present your work related to the fellowship at the next scientific meeting "Frontiers in CardioVascular Biology".

IMPORTANT: You must also send the documents with original signatures (no copy), by post, to this address before 1 December 2015:

European Society of Cardiology

The European Heart House

Councils Relations - Specialty Centre

2035 Route des Colles

Les Templiers - BP 179

CS 80179 BIOT

06903 Sophia-Antipolis Cedex

France

For any queries contact: councils@escardio.org

Personal Data Privacy

The information collected is subject to computerized processes to select winners of the ESC Basic Research Fellowship.

The recipients of the data are:

  • ESC Staff
  • The Selection Committee composed of members of the ESC Council on Basic Cardiovascular Science

Only the data indicated with an (*) is mandatory.
In accordance with the law N°78-17 of January 6, 1978, amended in 2004, relating to the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data, you have a right to access and rectify information concerning you, which you can exercise by contacting (together with proof of identity):

Data Privacy - Customer Services

European Society of Cardiology

Les Templiers

2035 Route des Colles

CS 80179 BIOT

06903 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS Cedex

FRANCE

You can also, for legitimate reasons, oppose the processing of data about you.

Read the testimony of Silvia Cellone Trevelin, awardee of the Basic Research Fellowship 2012

 
Silvia Cellone Trevelin

I was very honored to receive the Basic Research Fellowship 2012.This financial support allowed me to develop an important study in sepsis field that significantly contributed to understand the pathophysiology of this infirmity. The basic research fellowship supported all my laboratory expenses which gave me great freedom to develop the project under supervision of Prof.Dr. Ajay M Shah at Cardiovascular Division, The James Black Centre, King’s College London. I am very glad with our results and I recommend other people to apply for this fellowship offered by European Society of Cardiology (ESC). ESC definitely is contributing to development of science in Europe and the world investing in young scientists.

Personal Data Privacy

The information collected is subject to a computerised process to record, evaluate and track your grant application. The recipients of the data are:

  • The staff in charge of processing Council grant applications and, where a grant is awarded, the staff in charge of paying the grant monies.
  • Persons to whom the request will be sent for review and evaluation.

In accordance with the law N°78-17 of January 6, 1978, amended in 2004, relating to the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data, you have a right to access and rectify information concerning you, which you can exercise by contacting:

Data Privacy - Customer Services

European Society of Cardiology

Les Templiers

2035 Route des Colles

06903 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS. FRANCE

You can also, for legitimate reasons, oppose the processing of data about you.


 

European Society
of Cardiology

Les Templiers
2035 Route des Colles
CS 80179 BIOT
06903 Sophia Antipolis
Cedex France

Phone: 33.4.92.94.76.00