In partnership with the Liverpool School of Tropical Medecine (LSTM) in the UK, the Centre for Research in Infectious Diseases (CRID), Yaoundé, Cameroon, is providing 7 small grants for Early Career researchers from Cameroon or other Commonwealth countries. These grants are funded by the Hamish Ogston Foundation (HOF) in honour of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee through a donation allocated to the LSTM.
Successful applicants will be awarded up to £5, 000 to deliver a project to be completed by 30th March 2024. The projects can be on any topic related to tropical medicine and global health, from across the research spectrum of lab, translation and implementation……
in unique PDF labelled as follow: ECR_HOF_CRID_YourName
(i) the application form
(ii) the applicant’s CV
(iii) and (iv) a support letter from a senior member of the employing organisation
(or Head of Department)……
Terms of employment
For question and application submission channel see: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for reception of application February 10th, 2023 at 3:00 PM GMT
Please click on the following link for more information .
The Hamish Ogston Foundation Platinum Jubilee Early Career Grants application Form
Founded in 2017, the Centre for Research in Infectious Diseases (CRID) is a Not-for-profit research centre providing an excellent environment for conducting high quality and internationally approved research on infectious diseases in Cameroon and Africa. With an excellent technical platform and in collaboration with the various national and international partners, CRID aims to support research on the continent through the training of young African scientists, in order to fulfil its vision which is to save lives through quality research and capacity building in tropical infectious diseases.
Our recruitment at CRID is purely based on skills, qualifications and experience. We are working to create a safe working area of work for all free from any prejudice.