20 March 2018

In 2019 funding will be made available for 8 RIMLS Junior Researcher projects. The call for these PhD grants is now open.


The funding will be made available for junior researcher projects. These positions will be distributed over the three research institutes based on the number of (j)PIs in these institutes. The calls will be organized by the three research institutes separately.

The criteria for application and the application form can be found via this link.

Procedure:

An external representative jury will be installed to review the projects and CV’s of the main applicants. The jury will rank projects according to:
  • Novelty, innovation & impact
  • Scientific quality
  • Past performance of the main applicant
  • Relevance to the Theme and RIMLS
  • International nature of the project
  • Final assessment
Applicants will be given opportunity to write a rebuttal before final rankings are made (“Hoor-Wederhoor” procedure). The Jury’s advice will be handed to the RIMLS Scientific Director for final decision.

Submission of proposal       : 27 May 2018          to judith.ariens@radboudumc.nl
Review to applicants            : 22 June 2018        to applicant
Rebuttal                                  : 1 July 2018           to judith.ariens@radboudumc.nl
Final decision to applicants: October 2018        to applicant

 


 

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