Individual Fellowship Schemes
The Centre for Molecular Medicine Norway (NCMM) is calling for expressions of interest from postdoctoral researchers who would be interested in developing fellowship funding applications to pursue their research project at our centre.
We are currently accepting fellowship applications from researchers with a great track record for the EMBO individual long-term fellowship and the Marie Skłodowska-Curie (MSCA) European and Global Fellowships.
NCMM wants to hear from postdocs who are interested in developing a fellowship funding application to carry out their research at the centre. The EMBO and MSCA are two such schemes currently open.
NCMM is an international biomedical research centre based in Oslo, with the overall objective of translating basic medical research into clinical practice. The centre is part of the University of Oslo’s interdisciplinary focus on life science. NCMM is also the Norwegian node in the Nordic EMBL Partnership for molecular medicine. We offer outstanding opportunities for researchers looking to establish and develop their careers.
EMBO Individual Fellowships
EMBO Long-Term Fellowships fund and support the internationally mobile careers of post-doctorate researchers. These are for awarded up to two years. EMBO provides a generous stipend and flexible conditions.
EMBO Fellowships support post-doctoral research visits to laboratories throughout Europe and the world. International exchange is a key feature in the application process. The EMBO Fellowship is designed to help scientists excel in their research careers, by providing support to help take full advantage of the learning opportunities offered by an internationally mobile career.
NCMM will provide support and guidance to help develop promising application. More about the criteria for application and how to apply (pdf).
Marie Skłodowska-Curie (MSCA) Individual Fellowships
MSCA Fellowships provide support for anyone with a PhD, or at least four years’ research experience. The scheme is designed to help the most talented and promising researchers to further develop their skills and diversify their experience, through advanced training and international mobility.
MSCA Fellowships are open to European and non-European researchers. The scheme particularly supports the return and reintegration of researchers from outside Europe who have previously worked in the region. It also develops, or helps to restart, the careers of individual researchers that show great potential, considering their experience.
NCMM will provide support and guidance to help develop promising applications. More about the criteria for application and how to apply (pdf).