Wellcome Trust

Deadline: 27/04/2001
September 29, 2003

The trust wishes to invite applications for five year senior research fellowships in biomedical science to be held in Australia, India, New Zealand or South Africa to commence in 2002.

The fellowships are for outstanding researchers, either medically qualified or science graduates, who wish to establish a research career in an Australian, Indian, New Zealand or South African academic institution. Candidates should have between five and ten years'' research experience at postdoctoral level or equivalent and have a substantial record of publications in their chosen area of research in leading international journals. Applicants need not be nationals of the country where they wish to hold their fellowships. However, it is expected that candidates will have spent a minimum period of three years of their postdoctoral (or equivalent) research career working outside their chosen country.

Candidates are required to complete a preliminary application form which can be obtained from the Wellcome Trust office or website.
Address: International Biomedical Programme (SRF), The Wellcome Trust, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE
Telephone: 020 7611 8410/8764 Fax: 020 7611 8373
Email: international@wellcome.ac.uk

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