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Scholarships and Awards: Institut Pasteur International Doctoral Program

September 28, 2016
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The Institut Pasteur in Paris is offering doctoral grants to assist in research and completion of theses in infectious diseases and public health activities, including but not limited to infectious pathophysiology, immunology, microbiology, epidemiology, virology, parasitology, and their diagnosis, surveillance, resistance, etc. The program is three years in length with funding for living and insurance expenses (€2700/month).

This program is aimed at Master's students looking to begin a PhD or PhD students very early in their studies, students who have already started their PhD thesis are not permitted to apply. 

Candidates are first selected by host laboratories and their applications are presented to the selection committee by mid-November. Candidates who are short listed by the selection committee are then interviewed during February, with results communicated by the end of February. Selected students are enrolled in the following October for a three-year contract.

A list of host laboratories and their proposed research projects is available here.

The application deadline is November 14, 2016. For more details and to apply please visit the Institut Pasteur.

The call opens in September and students are selected on a competitive basis. Candidates are first selected by host laboratories and their applications are presented to the selection committee by mid-November. Candidates who are short listed by the selection committee are then interviewed during February, with results communicated by the end of February. Selected students are enrolled in the following October for a three-year contract.
The call opens in September and students are selected on a competitive basis. Candidates are first selected by host laboratories and their applications are presented to the selection committee by mid-November. Candidates who are short listed by the selection committee are then interviewed during February, with results communicated by the end of February. Selected students are enrolled in the following October for a three-year contract.
The call opens in September and students are selected on a competitive basis. Candidates are first selected by host laboratories and their applications are presented to the selection committee by mid-November. Candidates who are short listed by the selection committee are then interviewed during February, with results communicated by the end of February. Selected students are enrolled in the following October for a three-year contract.

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