28 November 2019

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):
  • Postdoc
  • Clinical Scientist
  • Senior Scientist
  • Clinical Senior Scientist
These personal grants are intended for talented (clinical) investigators in the field of cardiovascular research (Dekkerbeurzen). The deadline for submission is 4 February 2020 at 12.00hrs.
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 info.gso@radboudumc.nl 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 info.gso@radboudumc.nl for more details.
What is offered:
  • Review of the draft proposal, provided that it is:
           - At least 95% finished and reviewed at least once by your supervisor. 
           - Sent to info.gso@radboudumc.nl 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.
If you have any questions on the Dekker program or on the support of GSO, please contact info.gso@radboudumc.nl.

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