The call for the following personal grants (Dekkerbeurzen) of the Dutch Heart Foundation will open soon (they anticipated mid-November, so it should be imminent):
- Clinical Scientist
- Senior Scientist
- Clinical Senior Scientist
The Grant Support Office (GSO) of the Department of Valorization offers support in preparation of Dekkerbeurs applications. In order to get support, you should send an email expressing your interest in applying for the Dekkerbeurs to email@example.com before 11 December 2019.
Support is offered on these conditions:
- Your supervisor must be committed to review the draft application, therefore, we ask you to place him/her in cc.
- Support is only offered for the entire procedure, not for a single phase only.
- Listing of the Head of GSO as ‘Scientific Director of Institute’ in the online grant submission system Cavaris to authorize the final application. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
- Review of the draft proposal, provided that it is:
- Sent to email@example.com before 6 January 2020.
- Review of the rebuttal.
- One personal interview training session at Into’Languages.
- Feedback in one mock presentation/interview session with peers, organized by the candidate.
Related news items
Prinses Beatrix Spierfonds grant to investigate patient stratification in myotonic dystrophy24 January 2020
Rick Wansink and Roland Brock, both theme Nanomedicine, received a € 280,000 grant from the Prinses Beatrix Spierfonds.read more
RIMLS PhD retreat registration is open23 January 2020
Yearly, RIMLS PhD candidates gather for the two-day PhD Retreat. Apart from the science, this event is highly valued for the opportunity to meet and get to know fellow PhD candidates during the social activities. Early bird registration and abstract submission deadline: 4 March 2020.read more
Cognitive behavioral therapy reduces severe fatigue in patients with advanced cancer during treatment23 January 2020
In Annals of Oncology, RIHS researchers Hanneke Poort, Marlies Peters, Winette van der Graaf, Ria Nijhuis van der Sanden and colleagues showed significant effects of cognitive behavioral therapy on fatigue in patients with advanced cancer during treatment with palliative intent.read more
6 million euros to uncover link between metabolic and brain disorders21 January 2020
An important European-funded initiative, coordinated by Radboudumc researchers Barbara Franke, Jan Buitelaar, and Janita Bralten, has been launched to explore how common molecular mechanisms may link metabolic disorders with brain disorders.read more
NWO Open Competition Domain Science - XS grant for Ronald van Rij and Jenny van der Wijst21 January 2020
NWO Domain Science has awarded Ronald van Rij, theme Infectious diseases and global health and Jennny van der Wijst, theme Renal disorders an XS grant. The XS category emphatically strives to encourage curiosity-driven and bold research involving a relatively quick analysis of a promising idea.read more