There are two ESOT Transplant Fellowships available – a Basic Science/Translational Science fellowship and a Clinical fellowship – to acquire knowledge and skills by working in a European institution for a period of one 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.
The application closed on Tuesday, 31 October 2023.
Terms and Conditions [click here]