15 young clinicians with a PhD will set up their first line of scientific research

15 young clinicians who hold a PhD will each receive a maximum grant of 200,000 euros from the Clinical Fellows research programme to set up their first own line of scientific research. With their research projects they will also create a bridge between clinical and scientific research.

The researchers will investigate themes that include premature birth, stimulating the immune system, diabetes and lung recovery following an inflammation.

What is a Clinical Fellowship?

A Clinical Fellowship is an individual incentive grant for a specialised clinician who holds a PhD and wants to continue combining clinical work with scientific research. With this fellowship, clinicians can make a start with setting up their own first line of research. The programme is aimed at clinicians who are more or less at the start of their scientific career.

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