The SFB1399 Female Networking Grant is intended to support the professional development of female PhD and Postdoc researchers by bringing them together with leading female scientists, in so doing helping them build a support network.
The funding includes a stay of up to one week per grant holder in a Department or Research Group within Europe that is headed by a woman. SFB1399 will cover all costs of travel and accommodation.
The grant holder will choose the host research group herself and is expected to organise her stay independently. We will support if necessary.
Eligible are all female SFB1399 employees and associated female researcher. Interested applications should convincingly convey in their application why the Networking Grant is important to their professional career. Applications must be supported by the applicant’s PIs.
Applications can be submitted immediately. Last possible submission for travels in 2022 is July, 31, 2022. Once a grant has been approved, the stay in the host department or research group must be in year 2022.
The application documents must include the following:
- Motivation statement
- Name of a department or research group that has confirmed as host
- possible time-frame for the trip
- declaration of consent from the applicant’s PI
Application documents should be sent to: info[at]sfb1399.de