The European Society of Endocrinology (ESE) is currently announcing the international endocrine scholars program. This program is aimed to select highly qualified candidates who wish to gain training for a period of 2-3 years in an outstanding laboratory. Those are selected will receive a range of interesting benefits including €3000 of travel bursary. To apply, the application packet must be received due to 14 January every year.
The ESE International Endocrine Scholars Program is aimed at promoting the career development of young endocrinologists from around the globe by identifying talented young investigators and offering them an exceptional training experience. Ideal candidates are post-doctoral endocrinologists with promising leadership skills and at the top rank with respect to intelligence, motivation, prior accomplishments, and English language skills. Once selected, the recipients receive counsel through a unique mentoring program that helps them find financial support, advice and esteemed training opportunities.
Each of the successful applicants will receive the benefit of award covering: Travel, registration, and accommodation to ECE and will be covered by the European Society of Endocrinology (ESE) for attendance to ECE. Upon selection as an ESE IESP Scholar, the individual will receive free membership to the European Society of Endocrinology for a period of three years. The Scholar will also receive a travel bursary of €3000 to cover visits to potential host labs for his/her postdoctoral research period.
Level and Area of Studies
This scholarship open to young postdoctoral endocrinologists to gain training for a period of 2-3 years in an outstanding laboratory.
Place of Study
The study will be taken throughout Europe.
Eligibility and Criteria
Students who hold an MD, PhD, DVM, MD/PhD (or equivalent degree) are eligible.
The European students are invited to apply.
All interested candidates are requested to submit the materials as follow:
- A standard IESP CV
- A short description of the area of his/her research (no more than one paragraph)
- A list of the laboratories where the candidate would like to work and the e-mail addresses of the laboratory directors (if possible)
- Three letters of recommendation from mentors or supervisors
14 January annually.