2013 EHA Fellowship Program

2013 EHA Fellowship Program

2013 EHA Fellowship Program

An important goal of the European Hematology Association (EHA) is to promote the career development of basic, clinical and experimental hematologists. Researchers in the fields of malignant and non-malignant hematological diseases, who are interested in a fellowship, may submit their project proposal for the annual EHA Fellowships Program. The grant funds of the fellowships have been increased in order to better meet the needs of talented young hematologists. The program is now open for submission and the deadline for sending your project proposal is January 04, 2013.

For more information: http://ehaweb.org/career/career-development-grants/

The 2013 EHA Fellowship program consists of the following fellowships below. These fellowships are offered each year by EHA. Please feel free to use this detailed information for your website as well.


EHA Research Fellowships & José Carreras Young Investigator Fellowship

Promotes high-quality European research in hematology by supporting outstanding junior basic, clinical and experimental researchers in the fields of malignant and non-malignant hematological diseases.
The prestigious José Carreras Foundation-EHA Young Investigator Fellowship provides seed funding for promising young investigators, to encourage and promote quality research in hematology. By awarding grant funds to promising researchers EHA encourages their career development and mobility. For more information please visit our website at http://ehaweb.org/career/career-development-grants/eha-research-fellowships-the-jos-carreras-foundation-eha-young-investigator-fellowship-2/.


EHA Partner Fellowship

Dedicated to junior hematologists from new accession and European Union candidate countries as well as developing countries. The EHA Partner Fellowship supports the development of a collaborative network between hematology institutes in Western Europe and all of the afore mentioned by offering a grant fund and facilitating opportunities to work at host institutes in Western Europe. More details can be found at http://ehaweb.org/career/career-development-grants/eha-partner-fellowship-2/


EHA-ISTH Fellowship

Intended to support the study of physiology of coagulation, bleeding or thrombosis. The EHA-ISTH Joint Fellowship is a collaborative program between EHA and the International Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis and is open for applicants located within and outside of Europe. Mobility will be positively considered in the selection of the winner. If you are interested to read more about the ISTH Fellowship please go to http://ehaweb.org/career/career-development-grants/eha-isth-joint-fellowship-2/

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