Novo Nordisk - Individual Grants within endocrinology and metabolism
Novo Nordisk has published 4 calls of individual grants within endocrinology and metabolism. The calls cover all career stages from post doctor to established professors in the Nordic region. Deadline: 8 January 2019 at 2 pm CET.
The projects must be anchored at a hospital, university or other non-profit research institution (administrating host institution) in a Nordic country (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway or Sweden).
The grant is for early career principal investigators to develop their career and establish their own teams.
- Applicants should be at a senior postdoctoral, assistant professor, associate professor (time-limited) or equivalent level
- Applicants may be experimental researchers or clinician researchers
- Completed PhD approximately within the past 4-8 years
The grant is for principal investigators at associated professor level to consolidate their research groups and reach their full potential as research leaders.
- Applicants should be associate professors, senior researchers or at an equivalent level.
- Applicants must have their own research group. Professors, including MSO, cannot apply for this particular call – but can apply for the ‘Distinguished Investigator’ grant.
- Experimental researchers or clinician researchers
- Completed PhD within approximately the past 8-18 years.
The grant is for the outstanding professors who have demonstrated the ability to execute and lead research at the highest international level continuously through several years.
- Applicants must be professors (MSO included)
- Experimental researchers or clinicians
The applicant must be employed by a research institution in a Nordic country (Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Iceland or Norway) for the entire fellowship period and the Nordic institution must administer the fellowship grant.
- PhD degree within 5 years of the fellowship start date
- possible to apply as a PhD-student if the supervisor signs a declaration stating that the applicant is expected to graduate before the start date of the fellowship
- Fellows must spend 3 years abroad, followed by up to 1 year at a Nordic institution
- required considerable prior association to the Nordic education or research community, e.g. by having a Master’s degree or a PhD from a Nordic University or several years of research experience at a Nordic institution