Marie Curie Development Host Fellowships
The purpose of Marie Curie Development Host Fellowships is to allow institutions active in research with a need to develop new areas of competence to host young researchers with the necessary research experience. These are typically researchers with a doctoral degree or at least four years of full-time research experience at postgraduate level other than doctoral studies. As a result of the scheme, the young researchers selected by the host institution will also gain experience in the transfer of knowledge and technology.
Fellows (35 years old or less) must be nationals of a Member State of the European Community (except for Italy) or an Associated State, or be able to provide proof of having resided in Member States for at least the last five years prior to their selection by the host (e.g. national residing permits; employment contracts, university registration, etc.). Fellows should ensure that they are able to fulfil the immigration and visa requirements for Italy. Researchers who have carried out their normal activity (work, studies etc.) in Italy for more than 12 months in the last two years cannot apply.
|Postdoctoral Vacancies||Deadline||Call (Italian)||Call (English)|
|1.||Bench bioassays for rapid screening of natural products.||31/10/2005||Bando
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