The Scientific Visitor Programme is kindly supported by Friends of EMBL donations.
Enabling external scientists and students to benefit from new collaborations, technologies and state-of-the-art equipment
This is a call for applications from eligible external independent scientists seeking funding support to undertake a sabbatical visit at one of EMBL’s six sites in collaboration with an EMBL team/group leader who will act as an internal host.
These fellowships are open to principal investigators / independent scientists / research team leaders / technical experts all over the world irrespective of country of origin.
Theory@EMBL aims to promote theory-based approaches across EMBL. This includes strengthening existing data-driven and modelling activities and conceptual theory.
The visitor/sabbatical programme offers researchers working on theoretical and mathematical modelling aspects of biology the opportunity to apply for financial support for visits to any of EMBL’s sites to initiate or deepen scientific collaborations and to connect theory-oriented researchers with cutting-edge molecular biology research, new experiments, data, and experimental research groups.
The CPP Fellowships support young visitors coming to research laboratories at all EMBL sites. Several fellowships are awarded each year to young researchers. Applications must be developed based on mutual agreement with an EMBL group or team leader, who acts as a local host.
Features of the positions include:
In partnership with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), EMBL is calling for applications from young women scientists working on infection biology in Africa to conduct a short-term research project at EMBL during 2023. This opportunity is funded by EMBL’s Infection Biology Transversal Theme (IB-TT). This is an opportunity for promising scientists to develop their research in an international research organization and use the experience to facilitate capacity building in their home country/region.
Features of the programme: