Application for the Human Frontier Science Program Student Program in US Students in USA – 2022/2023. Entry is now open at the Human Frontier Science Program in USA.
Continue reading if you want to conduct postdoctoral research overseas. Because the Human Frontier Science Program Postdoctoral Fellowships will be thoroughly explained in this post, along with their advantages and a step-by-step application procedure,
For international students, the Human Frontier Science Program Postdoctoral Fellowships 2022–2023 are fully financed awards. In addition to a living stipend, HFSP Fellowships will also pay for travel and research expenses. Fellows may also be eligible for a child allowance, a parental leave payment, or a relocation stipend depending on their individual circumstances.
The HFSP fellowship programme encourages applications for cutting-edge, potentially game-changing life sciences research. Applications for initiatives with a high degree of risk are especially encouraged. The projects should be interdisciplinary in character and should employ cutting-edge methods and strategies to challenge preexisting paradigms. Scientifically speaking, they ought to address a significant issue or a roadblock to advancement in the area.
Early-career scientists are encouraged by HFSP postdoctoral scholarships to expand their research expertise by delving into new fields of inquiry and researching abroad.
There are two distinct fellowships available:
Long-Term Fellowships (LTF) are for candidates who have obtained a PhD in a biological field and who wish to expand their knowledge by submitting a project in the life sciences that differs significantly from their prior PhD or postdoctoral work.
Cross-Disciplinary Fellowships (CDF) are for candidates having PhDs from fields other than the life sciences (e.g. in physics, chemistry, mathematics, engineering or computer sciences).
- Level of Study: Postdoctoral
- Institution(s): Human Frontier Science Program
- Study in: List of Host Countries is given below
- Opportunity Focus Areas: Life sciences, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Engineering or Computer sciences
- Initiation of a Letter of Intent by 1 PM (Eastern Time US) by May 18, 2022
- The registration portal will open in April.
- Submission of a Letter of Intent by 1 PM (Eastern Time US) by May 19, 2022
- The fellowship applicant will be notified between mid-August and end of August as to whether his/her Letter of Intent was selected or not for submitting a Full Proposal.
- Submission of Full Proposals for invited applicants by 1 PM (Eastern Time US) by September 29, 2022 via ProposalCentral.
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus (EU part), the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, the Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America.
Postdoctoral Fellowships through the Human Frontier Science Program will give recipients a living stipend in addition to research and travel funds. Fellows may also be eligible for a child allowance, a parental leave payment, or a relocation stipend depending on their individual circumstances.
Eligibility Criteria for HFSP Fellowships
Candidate must satisfy each of the conditions listed below in order to be eligible for postdoctoral fellowships through the Human Frontier Science Program:
- Required Language: English
- Eligible Countries: All world countries
- Candidates must propose to work in a nation other than the one in which they completed their initial post-doctoral or prior Ph.D. studies. The nation in which the laboratory is located will be regarded as the host country for institutions that are not categorised as national, such as international or extraterritorial institutes like EMBL, ICPT, or ICGEB.
- A research doctorate (Ph.D.) or doctoral-level degree equal to a Ph.D. with comparable expertise in fundamental research (for example, a research-based MD or medical Ph.D.) must be awarded by the commencement of the fellowship but is not necessary at the time of submission.
- A full-length research work with at least one lead author must have been published in an international peer-reviewed journal or posted on a preprint server, or it must have been accepted for publication, in the press, or published.
- Only English-language papers are considered. Patents and review articles are not considered.
- While putting together the application, electronic copies of publications with the primary author must be uploaded. Once the application has been submitted, they cannot be uploaded.
How to Apply for Human Frontier Science Program Postdoctoral Fellowships?
To apply for postdoctoral fellowships through the Human Frontier Science Program, please follow the requirements below:
(1) An intent letter (to be submitted by May 19, 2022)
By clicking here, applicants submit a “Letter of Intent” (LOI) that must include the following details:
- Name of the proposal
- The proposed research plan’s keywords
- a succinct synopsis of the suggested study plan (this summary can be used as the abstract of the full application if it is invited, see below)
- identifying details
- Information about the prospective host supervisor and host institution, as well as the PhD’s field and title
- certification that the host supervisor is aware of and in favour of the application; disclosure of any prior partnerships and publications with the host supervisor (if any);
- list of publications (preliminary, with option to update)
(2) A peer review of the letter of intent will take place, and the results will be shared as soon as practicable.
(3) Complete Submission (to be submitted by September 29, 2022)
Keep in mind that HFSP will get in touch with you if you are invited to move on to this second step.
The following must be included in full applications:
- a list of earlier work (the same as the short summary of the LOI)
- An outline of the study that has been proposed (the same as the short summary of the LOI)
- A thorough research strategy for the suggested project
- Information on the reasons for and ways in which the planned project differs materially from earlier work
- Information on the nature of the planned project’s frontier status and why it is.
- Information on the merits of the selected host lab
- Information on how being at the host lab will assist the applicant (e.g. unique infrastructure, mentoring, exposure to new techniques etc.)
- A current list of publications
- two referees’ letters of recommendation
- A letter of recommendation from the applicant’s host supervisor outlining how the proposed research plan represents a significant departure from the applicant’s prior work (done as part of their PhD or postdoctoral training) and how the host lab is uniquely suited to advancing the goals and missions of HFSP. This will allow the most promising young researchers to begin a frontier research project that will define their career.
- lead-author publications’ PDFs
Visit the official website to learn more about the Human Frontier Science Program Postdoctoral Fellowships.