The 2016 Career Development Award has been launched
The call for the 2016 Career Development Award of the Giovanni Armenise Harvard Foundation is online.
The program is designed to foster the development of outstanding, early-career scientists currently working abroad so that they may fulfill their potential and make significant contributions to their field of research in Italy. The Award provides $200,000 per year, for 3-5 years, to young scientists to establish their own lab at a host institute in which they can conduct independent research in the biological sciences. The funds cover the salaries of the awardee and of the other researchers in the lab, as well as the lab0’s technical equipment.
The deadline for the application is 22 July 2016