There are two ESOT Transplant Fellowships available: a Basic Science Fellowship and a Clinical Fellowship. These allow two young professionals to acquire knowledge and skills by working in a European institution for a full year. Terms and conditions apply.
Young graduates residing and working in Europe who wish to undertake a research project in the field of basic or clinical transplantation. Projects leading to a doctoral degree or as part of a post-doctoral project will be prioritised.
Two grants are available, offering €55,000 to each successful applicant.
Applications are now closed.
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