From ground-breaking discoveries to the Nobel Prize 2020, hepatology is cutting edge. This autumn, EASL has a crop of exciting fellowships on offer, to foster the next generation of bright minds.
Are you a young scientist on a dynamic career path in hepatology? Are you exploring the next challenge, as you develop as a Young Investigator? Do you have novel, forward-looking research ideas that you are eager to implement? We are looking for talented young applicants.
About the Juan Rodés PhD Student Fellowship
Dr Juan Rodés (1938–2017), was a great leader and thinker. He paved the way for bright young minds to come. Will you follow in his footsteps?
Deadline: 30 September to 15 December 2020
Who will become the next Juan Rodés Fellow?
You’re a young graduate firmly set on earning a PhD degree in basic, translational, or clinical hepatology. You already have an MSc, MD, or equivalent undergraduate degree to your name, equipping you to embark on a PhD (or you will graduate with one, within the next six months). You’re living in Europe or elsewhere and angling to study further at a different European centre to your home institution.
About the Sheila Sherlock Post-graduate Fellowship
Dame Sheila Sherlock (1918–2001) was a main driver for the forging of hepatology and, in a career spanning 60 years, became one of the world’s most famous names in clinical science. Will you be the next awardee of this prestigious fellowship?
Deadline: 30 September to 15 December, every year. Save the date, so you can plan ahead.
Who will become the next Sheila Sherlock Fellow?
You’re a promising, newly qualified post-graduate researcher, keen to expand your field of research. What’s more, you’re equipped and ready to develop your independent research career. You already have a PhD and/or an MD to your name, and no more than two years of post-graduate research experience, so you’re ready for the next challenge. You’re living in Europe or elsewhere, angling to do your post-graduate work at a European centre. By joining EASL, you’re committing to your future, to securing opportunities to shine, to creating change in your field, and to building relationships with your peers.
EASL is fostering the next generation of bright minds
EASL provides scientists, women and men, with many opportunities throughout their careers as they climb to the top, step by step. Starting with a selection of EASL fellowships offering you opportunities to excel, advance, network, and become a key member of the vibrant global hepatology community.
At EASL, you can find just the right fellowship for you: whether for your PhD or your post-doctoral qualifications, for short-term or longer-term goals.
Explore the fellowship categories and key benefits: types, funding amounts, deadlines, and conditions. Draw inspiration from the testimonials of former fellows, a community you can join.
To apply, you first need to join our community. By joining EASL, you’re committing to your future, to securing opportunities to shine, to forging change in your field, not to mention building relationships with your peers.