30 July 2020

Due to the current situation the Hypatia fellowship round with the deadline 31 May has been canceled. Therefore, the next available deadline will be 27 September 2020.

The Radboudumc Hypatia Tenure Track Grants aim to promote innovation in academic research by giving young, creative and talented researchers the opportunity to further develop their own research within the context of their research institute and within the strategic areas of Radboudumc. These unique and highly sought research positions offer a special opportunity to establish an independent research group in a specific topic. 

For 2020, two positions are earmarked for RIHS and RIMLS, respectively. Therefore, Radboudumc researchers are invited to scout young potentials to fill the strategic gaps within the research themes imbedded in both institutes.   

With the Hypatia Tenure Track Grants we intend to recruit talent from outside Radboudumc. In this respect candidates should not have had an employment relationship with Radboud University or Radboudumc in the last 3 years.

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