The DevelopMed Fellowship Programme, co-financed by the Marie Sklodowska-Curie COFUND Action of the European Union offers 12 prestigious Fellowships over two calls for outstanding postdoctoral researchers in the area of Precision Oncology. Fellows will conduct their own research project at one of the following academic institutions in Ireland: University College Dublin (UCD; host institution), National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG), the RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences (RCSI) or University College Cork (UCC). The Programme aims to provide fellows with a research training experience of the highest international standards that will help them to forge careers in Precision Oncology. It offers an attractive and supportive working environment at these universities and high-quality tailored training in areas related to research topic and transferrable skills, while Fellows will also benefit from joining the prestigious Marie Curie network. Fellowships include a mandatory 3 – 6 month secondment to another research performing institution in academia, industry, clinical and/or charity sectors in any country.
The Eligibility Criteria that prospective applicants must meet in order to be considered as a fellowship candidate can be found here