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Medicine and Biology
Fondazione Bracco Grant

Fondaazione Bracco GrantThe Bracco Foundation sponsors through the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) a research grant of $ 100,000 for an 18 months fellowships at Boston University School of Medicine.

The call is open to under-35 PhD/MD/MSc with U.S.A. citizenship of Italian descent or Italian citizens with lawful permanent residency in the U.S.A and expertise in endocrinology and/or nutrition.

The research focus will be to assess the awareness among healthcare professionals of the risk of a lack of iodine in the diet of pregnant women.

Deadline: June 30, 2014

More: http://www.niaf.org/bracco/index.asp

 
ARMENISE-HARVARD CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD 2014 (CDA)

The Giovanni Armenise–Harvard Foundation’s mission is to foster young, newly independent researchers, making it possible for them to join and enhance the Italian scientific community, and to strengthen and develop collaborative relationships between Italian scientists and those at Harvard Medical School in Boston (HMS).

Therefore, the Foundation is pleased to announce it will be offering a CDA to a promising young scientist, currently not in Italy, who wishes to establish a basic biological science laboratory in an Italian institute or university.

The award consists of three-to-five years of funding (200,000 USD /year) and, since its establishment, has been granted to 20 researchers who have achieved meaningful results and recognition, thanks to their excellent work.

Information on the program and the application process can be found at http://www.armeniseharvard.org/grants/career-development-award-program/

The deadline for application is July 15, 2014.

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MIUR Grants for Young Investigators

MIUR opened a call for applications for 50 Million Eur of SIR grants (Scientific Independence of young Researchers).
MIUR’s goal is to support young researchers in the first steps of their independent research in three areas: life sciences (40%); physical sciences and engineering (40%), and Humanities and Social Sciences (20%)

For more information click here

 
Global Clinical Scholars Research Training

 The Global Clinical Scholars Research Training (GCSRT) program (hms.harvard.edu/gcsrt) is a one-year program of blended learning intended for clinicians and clinician-scientists who desire rigorous training in the methods and conduct of clinical research.

The GCSRT program is accepting applications for the 2014/15 program, which begins June 21, 2014. 

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ISSNAF @ RSNA 2013 in Chicago

The newly founded "ISSNAF Medical Imaging Science Chapter" will have its first meeting during the Radiology National Society of North America in Chicago on December 1st.

For more information click here

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