Novo Nordisk – Oxford Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme

University of Oxford
Study in:UK, Denmark
Deadline: 23 March 2018

The University of Oxford in associations with labs of Novo Nordisk in Copenhagen offers the Novo Nordisk – Oxford Fellowship Programme, which is supervised by world-leading researchers in the field of diabetes and metabolism. The Fellowship Programme aims to support the development of a new generation of exceptional young diabetes researchers, who will become future leaders in the field.

The postdoctoral research fellowships are aimed at early career researchers with a basic science background. The clinical research training fellowships are aimed at clinicians who wish to undertake a DPhil (PhD) and who aspire to a career in academic medicine.

Funding and Duration:
  • The fellowships are fully funded for 3 years providing salary, a generous travel allowance and consumable support for the lab.
Categories of fellowships:
  • Novo Nordisk Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Diabetes and Metabolism: 3 posts
  • Novo Nordisk Clinical Research Training Fellow in Diabetes and Metabolism: 2 posts
  • Applications are open to international applicants from any country.
  • Selected fellows are expected to have potential to become leaders in the field of diabetes in subsequent years.
  • Applicant must hold PhD, or near to completion, in a medical/biological subject, together with relevant experience.
  • Applicant must NOT have more than 3 years post PhD at the start of the fellowship.
Selection criteria:
  • A strong CV, having published in high impact journals and presented at international meetings.
  • An enthusiastic interest in diabetes and metabolic research.
How to apply:
  • Apply online
—————–Quick Overview————-
Organization University of Oxford
Fellowship Level Postdoctoral
Country UK, Denmark
Subject areas Biological Science, Clinical Sciences, Medicine Sciences
Fellowship amount Fully funded
Eligibility Open to all nationalities
Deadline Friday 23 March

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