IARC-Australia Postdoctoral Fellowship
IARC has established the IARC-Australia Fellowship in partnership with the Cancer Council Australia. The programme targets postdoctoral scientists who are Australian nationals, who intend to pursue a career in cancer research, and who wish to complete their training at IARC in those aspects of cancer research related to the Agency’s mission, and of priority for the Cancer Council Australia: to coordinate and conduct both epidemiological and laboratory research into the causes and prevention of cancer.
IARC-Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship
IARC has established the IARC-Ireland Fellowship in partnership with the Irish Cancer Society. The programme targets postdoctoral scientists who are Irish citizens or non-Irish citizens currently living and working in the Republic of Ireland, who intend to pursue a career in cancer research, and wish to complete their training in those aspects of cancer research related to the Agency’s mission, and of priority for the Irish Cancer Society, in particular, in projects with a focus on epidemiology (including genetic and molecular epidemiology) or interdisciplinary projects involving epidemiology. Applicants must intend to return to the Republic of Ireland upon completion of the Fellowship.
An agreement was bilateral training agreement was concluded with the Research Council of Norway, for the training of postdoctoral scientists from Norway at IARC. The 2016 call for proposals “IARC-Norway collaboration: post-doctoral position with mandatory overseas stay” led to the award of the first Fellowship in November 2016. The Fellow joined IARC from February 2017 to January 2019.
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