Call for expressions of interest: incoming mobility research grants
The International Centre for Reproductive Health (Department of Public Health & Primary Care, Ghent University, Belgium) invites expressions of interest for applications from foreign post doctoral researchers for funded Research Stays of up to 6 months.
• an interest in spending between 4-6 months at the ICRH premises;
• at least 6 A1 publications (i.e. articles in journals referenced in the Web of Science);
• a clear scientific output to be achieved in collaboration with ICRH researchers during the stay
(i.e. joint journal publication(s) and/or project proposal(s) and/or other outputs);
• an innovative sexual and reproductive health research project (in terms of its subject, theory, method, or approach) that is complementary to but not already addressed in ICRH’s existing research projects (found here)
More information and details about how to express interest can be found here.
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Improving SRHR in Mozambique: lessons learnt from joint academic research Conference 26 November 2018 in Brussels
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