The PerMedCoE project is one of the featured sponsors of the EMBO Workshop Computational models of life: From molecular biology to digital twins. To encourage the diversity and equality of the event, PerMedCoE is offering six grants to boost women’s representation at the event.These six grants will take the form of registration fee-waivers that will encourage physical attendance to this event.
PerMedCoE is seeking to build a more collaborative, supportive, equal and excellent scientific community by highly encouraging applications from women and underrepresented groups.
Note: We recommend all grant applicants to actively pursue other sources of funding as the number of grants are limited and the process is highly competitive. Please carefully consider the eligibility criteria and the application instructions.
To be eligible for a PerMedCoE grant:
- You must be a student or early career scientist from an academic institution.
- Your research or primary activity has to be within the PerMedCoE field of interest.
- You must meet the eligibility criteria for the training course that you are applying for.
- You must explain why you require the grant.
- You must not have received funding from PerMedCoE in the past 12 months.
If your institution is one of the PerMedCoE partners, contact us as soon as possible
To apply for a PerMedCoE grant please:
- Complete the online course application form.
- Send an email to email@example.com explaining why this course would specifically benefit you and your research and why you should be considered for a grant.
- Attach a letter support from a supervisor or a senior co-worker specifically addresses why you should be considered for the grant, in addition to explaining why you should be selected for this workshop.
Terms and conditions
If your application is successful:
- The grant can only be used for the PerMedCoE training event that you applied for.
- Applicants are still subject to the normal selection criteria for the event.
- The course fee waiver will be applied immediately upon admittance to the workshop.
- You will be required to write a blog post (300-400 words, including 1 photo) upon your return. Your report may be published on the PerMedCoE website and publicised via social media.