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Student grant

Request for application: DPLU Student grant

Alo this year the DPLU is happy to announce one (1) grant of 40.000 SEK available to PhD students within DPLU/LUDC registered at the Medial Faculty of Lund University. This grant is primarily intended for the purchase of material of immediate importance for the students own project. Grants are not meant for conference travels but may be used to visit foreign laboratories to establish collaborative research or to learn new methodology. Each student can only be awarded two grants during the duration of their PhD studies.

The winner will receive the award during the DPLU/LUDC Diabetes research day 2021, which will tentatively take place on February 10th, and will during this time also have the opportunity to present their award winning project.  

Applications

Applications should be sent to:
Ulrika Blom-Nilsson
CRC 91:12
214 28  Malmö
or hs 36
no later than December 18, 2020 and should include 5 copies of:
1.    Completed grant application form (in English)
2.    Research program (1 page)
3.    CV (max 2 pages), including publications

Assessment

Proposals will be assessed by a committee consisting of Peter Nilsson, Marju Orho-Melander and Isabel Goncalves. Decicions will be based on the quality of the application and the novelty of the project. Applications, which are not written according to the above instruction, will not be considered.

Application form


DPLU Steering Committee
Karl Bacos, Karin Filipsson, Peter Spégel and Benjamin King.