National funding programmes that fund scientists from abroad
Grants for foreign students from the French Foundation Infectiopole Sud
Scope: fellowships for students to attend master classes or prepare a PhD, post-doctoral fellowships and positions for professors in the area of Montpellier, Nice, Marseille or Nîmes.
Who can apply: scientists from abroad.
Scope: The Foundation Mérieux supports applied research programmes mainly in the field of respiratory infections and multi resistant tuberculosis.
Who can apply: Researchers in developing countries.
Sofja Kovalevskaja Award
Scope: The Sofja Kovalevskaja Award allows successful junior researchers to spend five years building up a working group and working on a high-profile, innovative research project of their own choice at a research institution of their own choice in Germany.
Who can apply: The programme is open to scientists from all countries and disciplines who completed their doctorates with disctinction less than six years ago and have published work in prestigious international journals or publishing houses.
Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers
Scope: A Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers allows excellent scientists to carry out long-term research (6-24 months) in Germany. Applicants choose their own topic of research and their academic host.
Who can apply: The programme is open to scientists from all countries and disciplines with above average qualifications, who are at the beginning of their academic career and only completed their doctorates in the last four years.
Humboldt Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers
Scope: A Humboldt Research Fellowship for experienced researchers allows excellent scientists to carry out long-term research (6-18 months) in Germany. Applicants choose their own topic of research and their academic host.
Who can apply: The programme is open to scientists from all countries and disciplines with above average qualifications, who completed their doctorate less than twelve years ago, already have their own research profile and are working at least at the level of Assistant Professor or Junior Research Group Leader or have a record of several years of independent academic work.
Fellowship Programme in Biomedical Imaging
Scope: The Fellowship Programme in Biomedical Imaging of the Region of Madrid in collaboration with Massachussets Institute of Technology is co-funded by FP7-PEOPLE-2011-COFUND.
Who can apply: Experienced researchers (PhD or > 4 years of FTE research experience). Trans-national mobility: Incoming Fellowships (Madrid); Outgoing Fellowships (Boston and Madrid)
Fellowships of the Lise Meitner Program
Scope: The aim of the fellowships of the Lise Meitner program is to strengthen the quality and the scientific know-how of the Austrian scientific community
Who can apply: Highly qualified scientists of any discipline who could contribute to the scientific development of an Austrian research institution by working at it.
Programme "Hosting high-level researchers" from the French National Research Agency
Scope: The aim of the programme "Hosting high-level researchers" from the French National Research Agency is to enable scientists of any nationality to carry out a research project in a reputed institution in France.
Who can apply: Two researcher profiles: leading world-class scientists whose career is widely recognised across the globe, and young researchers with high potential who can prove a record of excellence on the international scene.
Programme "Research in Paris" from the city of Paris
Scope: The aim of the programme "Research in Paris" is to bring researchers from abroad to scientific laboratories in Paris.
Who can apply: Non-French postdoctoral or senior researchers working abroad.
The Blaise Pascal international research chairs
Scope: The Blaise Pascal international research chairs aims to attract highly renowned foreign scientists to the Ile-de-France region of France.
Who can apply: World-renowned foreign researchers who would like to be hosted by a research or higher education establishment in the Ile-de-France.
Programme for the Promotion of Talent and Employability from MINECO and ISCIII
Scope: The programme for the promotion of talent and Employability (from the Spain´s Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness [MINECO] and the National Institute of Health Carlos III [ISCIII]) aims to recognize and promote talent in Research, Development and Innovation and the employability of that talent.
Who can apply: Researchers of all nationalities. Depending on subprogramme: Senior Researcher, Junior researcher, PhD recruitment by the private sector, Support for Research Infrastructures of hospitals and IIS.
International programme of the WelcomeTrust
Scope: The International programme of the WelcomeTrust proposes different kind of fundings that aim to support research into all aspects of biomedical science: from molecules and cells vital to life, through the spread of diseases or the vectors of disease across the globe, to clinical and public health research to improve the quality of healthcare.
Who can apply: Researchers from low- and middle-income countries.
Novo Nordisk Foundation
Scope: The goal of the Novo Nordisk Foundation is to contribute significantly to research and development that improves the health and welfare of people.
Who can apply: Scientists in general. For more information please visit: http://www.novonordiskfonden.dk/en/content/all-calls-and-dates