Funding and awards: European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO, Heidelberg, Germany)
EMBO offers awards and financial support for researtcheres and scientists at all stages of their careers to help them create an environment where scientists can achieve their best work.
Research Themes / Areas
- Cell Cycle
- Cell and Tissue Architecture
- Cellular Metabolism
- Chromatin and Transcription
- Differentiation and Death
- Evolution and Ecology
- Genome Stability and Dynamics
- Genomic and Computational Biology
- Membranes and Transport
- Microbiology, Virology and Pathogens
- Molecular Medicine
- Plant Biology
- Proteins and Biochemistry
- Signal Transduction
- Structural Biology and Biophysics
- Systems Biology
- EMBO Fellowships
Support postdoc and predoctoral research experience in laboratories in Europe and around the world.
- EMBO Young Investigators
Talented young group leaders in the first years of establishing independent research laboratories. The first program of its kind in Europe, young investigators receive financial, academic and practical support.
- EMBO Installation Grants
Help promising young scientists relocate and set up their labs in participating countries.
- EMBO Global Investigator Programme
Supports the career development of the next generation of scientific leaders in Chile, India, Singapore and Taiwan by providing them with opportunities to interact and collaborate with leading scientists from their regions.
- EMBO Courses and Workshops
Funding and support for life scientists to organize meetings. Funding is available for conferences, symposia, workshops, lecture courses and practical courses, as well as for keynote lectures.
- Lecture Grants
Support and promote the active participation of researchers at national and international meetings.
- Travel Grants
A limited number of travel grants are available for eligible participants who are selected to attend EMBO Practical Courses, Lecture Courses, Symposia and selected other EMBO events.
- Gold Medal
Awarded annually to scientists under the age of 40 for outstanding contributions to molecular biology in Europe.
- Women in Science Award
Awarded annually to female researchers who have made exceptional contributions to molecular biology and who have been role models to other scientists.
|Organization||EMBO (European Molecular Biology Organization)|
|Fellowship Level||Postdoc, Researcher, Scientists, PhD|
|Subject areas||Life Sciences|
|Eligibility||Open for International students|
|Deadline||Rolling (Periodic Applications)|
- Total Jobs 35 Jobs
- Address Germany