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Traineeship grants to facilitate mobility within the Institut Pasteur International Network (RIIP)
These Traineeship Grants, funded by Institut Pasteur International Division, are designed to promote and facilitate traineeships for researchers (students, researchers and technicians) from the Institut Pasteur and the Institut Pasteur International Network (RIIP) in Institut Pasteur or in an RIIP member institute.
Traineeship grants to facilitate mobility within the Institut Pasteur International Network (RIIP): Calmette & Yersin Programme
The Institut Pasteur International Division finances traineeship grants to promote and facilitate mobility among scientists (students, researchers and tenured technicians) in any of the Institut Pasteur International Network’s laboratories. The aim of the traineeship is to increase the trainee’s skills and strengthen the capabilities of the candidate’s institute.
Any subject covered by RIIP institute laboratories: research into infectious diseases (infectious physiopathology, immunology, microbiology, epidemiology, virology, parasitology) and public health activities (diagnosis, monitoring, resistance, etc.). It must be consistent with the candidate’s research area.
A selection committee decides how to allocate traineeship grants depending on the project’s relevance, the objectives of the internship and research programmes of the candidate’s institute.
The candidate may be a student (currently studying for a 5-year post-graduate degree or a doctorate in medicine, the sciences (veterinary or other), and/or pharm) and/or a technician/engineer and/or tenured researcher.
2 weeks to 12 months
Local contract (gross amount of €1,100 per month) covers living expenses (travel costs are borne by the candidate’s institution).
Call for applications:
Two calls for applications each year: mid-January and mid-September.
IMPORTANT: Before apply online, candidates must imperatively previously contact the host laboratory to define the duration and dates of training taking into account the time required to obtain a visa in order to confirm the final dates.
Summary of the traineeship (1page max.) including the context, the problematics, the objectives and the working program (activities, waited results and schedule)
Applicant’s curriculum vitae
Presentation of completed research and results obtained (1page max.)
List of publications
Elements on the institute and the supervisor (1 page maximum) knowing that pre-required asked are the following ones:
Supporting letter from the director of the home institution
Supporting letter from the applicant’s supervisor
A argued letter of commitment from the director of the host laboratory
The successful candidate will submit a report to Eliane Coeffier, International Division, no later than one month after the end of the traineeship. He commits to appear on all documents (internship report, slides, summary, etc..) logo of the Institut Pasteur, and to cite in the acknowledgments include the Institut Pasteur International Division for financial support.
Two calls for proposals a year:
Call for applications: mid-January and mid-September
Deadline for applications: end of February and mid-October
Meeting of the selection committee: March and October/November