Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content

NCID SHORT TERM FELLOWSHIP FY2022

NCID SHORT TERM FELLOWSHIP FY2022

Closes On
14 Apr 2022
Funding Source
National
PI Salary Support
No
Pre-review
No
Funding Per Grant Amount
10,000
Qualification

Not specified

Academic Appointment
No
Funding Period
14 days
Citizenship

Foreigner / Singaporean/ Permanent Resident

Call Opens
14 Mar 2022
SMC/SDC Registered
No

Objective

The National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) is launching this call for applications to a limited number of NCID Short-Term Fellowships, to facilitate collaborative infectious disease research between healthcare and research institutions in Singapore and beyond.

The fellowship will allow successful applicants to:

  • Invite potential international collaborators/experts to Singapore for up to 14 days.

  • Or spend up to 14 days overseas on a research training attachment at a leading infectious diseases institution.

  • All visits are to be completed within FY22.

The aims of the NCID Short Term Fellowship are as follows:

  • To equip infectious disease professionals/researchers with specific skills and experience relevant to their area of research.

  • To encourage, foster networking and to develop research collaborations with overseas institutions.

  • To provide promising young researchers with exposures to the diversity of infectious diseases research in Asia/Australasia.

 

Funding Details

The fellowship award is capped up to S$10,000 for either the Incoming Fellowship or the Outgoing Fellowship.

Applications with visits to and from countries requiring quarantine will not be supported.

 

Eligibility Criteria

This fellowship is open to Infectious disease researchers who have demonstrated current active research in the area of proposed visits (e.g. approved projects, awarded grants, publications).

 

Submission

Interested applicants must complete the 'FY22 NCID SHORT TERM FELLOWSHIP - application form'. Please email 1 endorsed PDF; with signatures and supporting documents e.g. quotations and 1 softcopy in WORD format through your Host Institution's Research Office to the Secretariat, National Infectious Diseases Research Coordinating Office at rco_grants@ncid.sg by 14 April 2022 (Thursday), 6pm.

SingHealth PIs are to please refer to your respective Institutional Research Administrators for guidance on internal deadlines and submission procedures set by your institutions.

 

Contact Person

Secretariat, National Infectious Diseases Research Coordinating Office

Email: rco_grants@ncid.sg

 

Additional Information

FY22 NCID SHORT TERM FELLOWSHIP - application form.docx