The Osteology Foundation offers besides its established Advanced Researcher Grants a special grant program for young researchers: the Osteology Young Researcher Grants, which support researchers in realizing their own research project and fuelling their research career.
- The Osteology Young Researcher Grants program (new since 2014) is addressed to all clinicians and researchers (primary investigators) currently undergoing post-graduate education or within three years thereafter. The grants are limited to 30’000 Swiss Francs with a maximum project duration of one year. The new Young Researcher Program is dedicated to projects with sound hypothesis, and aims that show thinking out of the box.
- The Osteology Advanced Researcher Grants program is addressed to clinicians and researchers at universities and in private practice (having an university affiliation) conducting research in the field of dental tissue regeneration. It is dedicated to projects with hypothesis and aims focusing on clinical relevance bolstered with preliminary work within a research group setting. In general, grants are limited to 100’000 Swiss francs with a maximum project duration of two years.
If you have an interesting research project fitting to one of the Osteology Foundation grants programmes you are invited to submit your application before June 15, 2015.
Detailed information as well as the application guidelines for the research and education grants are available from the Osteology Website.