Research drives advances in science, and promoting research in the field of oral tissue regeneration is one of the core activities of the Osteology Foundation. That is why the Foundation is continuously expanding its activities in this field.
New in 2015: the Osteology Foundation is now offering one-year Research Scholarships for young investigators to develop their career in the field of oral tissue regeneration. The aim of the Osteology Foundation is to offer scholars an outstanding environment and expertise on clinical and basic research.
Osteology Scholarship Centres
The scholars will work on a research project teaming up with their mentors at one of the Osteology Scholarship Centres, which are among the world’s leading research institutes in oral regeneration.
The Osteology Scholarship Centres are:
- University of Gothenburg (Prof. Christer Dahlin)
- University of Michigan School of Dentistry (Prof. William Giannobile)
- Medical University of Vienna School of Dentistry (Prof. Reinhard Gruber)
- University of Zurich (Prof. Christoph Hämmerle)
Amount of funding and application details
The Research Scholarships consist of 35'000 Swiss Francs per scholar for a twelve month stay in one of the Osteology Scholarship Centres, and are offered annually.
All young investigators with an academic affiliation can apply. The Research Scholarships are awarded based on the evaluation of a motivation letter, a curriculum vitae and a recommendation letter. Financial needs are also taken into account.
Deadline for the submission of applications is May 15, 2015. Applicants will be notified about acceptance by July 15, 2015.
Develop your research career in oral regeneration, and apply for an Osteology Research Scholarship now!