Federation of European Biochemical Societies Postdoc Fellowships 2022

Return-To-Europe Federation of European Biochemical Societies Fellowships are given to distinguished scientists who have completed post-doctoral studies outside of Europe and desire to return to Europe for a post-doctoral position in order to pursue a career in independent research.

There are two types of fellowships:

Long-Term Fellowships from the FEBS are given to support long-term trips for scientific cooperation or advanced training. These fellowships are initially awarded for one year and may be renewed for up to three years.

Short-Term Fellowships from the FEBS are granted for scientific cooperation, advanced training, or the use of methodologies not accessible at the candidates’ current workplace.

FEBS Long-Term Fellowships

Applicants should have a Ph.D. and have no more than three years of post-doctoral experience.

These fellowships are for a two-year period.

1. Applicants must have earned their Ph.D. in Europe and spent no more than four years in a post-doctoral job outside of Europe.

2. They should generally be scientists with a total post-doctoral experience of no more than six years.

3. Applications may be submitted at any time during the year, but must be received by the FEBS Fellowships Committee Chairperson at least two months prior to the desired start date.

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FEBS Short-Term Fellowships

1. Fellowships are granted for periods of no longer than two or, in exceptional cases, three months.

2. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. or have authored at least one paper in an international scientific journal as the main author. Scientists with no more than six years of post-doctoral experience are usually the best candidates.

Dates to remember: Return-To-Europe Currently, fellowships are only given out once a year. Applications must be submitted using the online application system by October 1st of the preceding year (See the link below)

Undergraduate, master’s, doctoral, and diploma fellowships by Novus Biologicals

Students seeking a degree in a science-related subject can apply for the Novus Biologicals Scholarship Program twice a year. For the autumn and spring semesters, one student will receive a $1500 (or international currency equivalent) scholarship. In the field of life sciences, research is an essential component for growth and improvement. We wish to help students who are interested in pursuing a career in science attain greater scientific success.

Novus Biologicals, LLC’s objective is to accelerate scientific discovery by inventing and distributing novel life science products. Novus Biologicals is also set up to provide a way for the biological research community to commercialize unique biological materials. We also keep a close eye on scientific developments and provide materials to support them.

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Major Research areas:

Novus Biologicals’ key research areas are highlighted here. We looked at the research fields where we have the most products published, the most scientific competence, and the strongest collaborator network, and we want to develop and innovate in these areas. To discover more about new products, literature, or recent news, please click on a research field.


  • Applicants must have a major declared in a science related field.
  • Open worldwide.
  • Enrolled or accepted for enrollment (baccalaureate, graduate, associate degree, or diploma) with a declared major in a science related field.
  • Selection and notification process

How to apply:

The last date to apply for the fellowships is July 20, 2022.

To apply for a scholarship, fill out the scholarship application form.
Upload the letter of admission from the university/program where you are presently accepted/enrolled.
Write a 500-word personal statement about how you intend to utilize your degree to promote science in your subject of interest.
Submit a 200-character comment (including spaces) on what you feel is the most difficult obstacle for those working in your sector of interest, and why.

Positions for Post-Doctoral Research at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark-2022

International students are welcome to apply for post-doctoral positions at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. The scholarship allows students to enroll in post-doctoral programs at the University of Copenhagen in the fields of molecular biology, biology, and chemistry. The scholarship will expire on March 3, 2022.

International students who are highly motivated and dynamic researchers can apply for a Postdoc in Protein Signalling at the University of Copenhagen’s Duxin Lab at the NNF Center for Protein Research. The applicants who are chosen will be required to start classes in April.

Degree Level

Post Doctorate Positions 2022 – University of Copenhagen, Denmark is accepting applications for post-doctoral positions at the University of Copenhagen.

Following subjects are available to study under this scholarship program.

  • Molecular Biology
  • Biology
  • Chemistry

Scholarship Benefits

According to the agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and AC, the University of Copenhagen will provide a salary, pension, and employment terms in accordance with the agreement (Danish Confederation of Professional Associations). Currently, the starting monthly salary is 35,000 DKK (approximately 4,700 Euro) (October 2021-level).

Eligibility Criteria

We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic scientist who possesses the following skills and qualifications:

Experience and abilities required:

You’ve earned a doctorate in biomedical sciences.
You have extensive knowledge of molecular biology, biochemistry, and chemistry.
Prior publication in peer-reviewed journals on a global scale (at least one first-author publication)
Communication skills are excellent, as is the ability to work in a group.
Excellent written and spoken English skills

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Application Procedure

By clicking ‘Apply now’ below, you must submit your online application in English. Your application must also include the following documents/attachments, all of which must be in PDF format:

  1. Motivation letter of application.
  2. Curriculum vitae (CV) that includes education, work/research experience, language skills, and other relevant skills for the position.
  3. A certified/signed copy of each of the following certificates: a) PhD certificate; b) Master of Science certificate. A written statement from the supervisor will suffice if the PhD is not completed.
  4. Bibliography of publications
  5. At least two referees’ names and contact information

15 Postdoc Positions at Vienna International Postdoctoral Program (VIP2)

Vienna International Postdoctoral Program (VIP2) is a three-year postdoctoral fellowship program at the Vienna BioCenter (VBC) in biology, chemistry, physics, medicine, engineering, computer science, and bioinformatics.

About the program

The program operates under a two-mentor scheme. The VIP2 program selects people whose projects have the potential to develop into distinct research lines and thus serves as a stepping stone towards an independent career path.

Study areas

  • Biochemistry, Biophysics and Structure
  • Cell and Chromosome Biology
  • Computational Biology, Genomes and Evolution
  • Disease Mechanisms, Immunology, Pathogens
  • Gene Regulation, RNA, Epigenetics
  • Neurobiology
  • Stem Cells, Development, Regeneration

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  • Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in life sciences or related disciplines such as physics, engineering, chemistry, computer science, or mathematics.
  • The proposed scientific project must match the research carried out on campus.
  • Interdisciplinary and inter-lab projects are highly encouraged.
  • Candidates are kindly requested to communicate with their preferred mentor(s).
  • Applicants must have at least one first-author publication or manuscript published on bioRxiv or arXiv.
  • By the time of the call deadline (15 June) applicants must also undertake transnational mobility according to the Marie Curie Action.


Apply online and upload the following information must be provided:

Personal information: name, contact details, current place of education/employment
Main scientific area (choose one from the 7 areas at the VBC) and up to 5 keywords
DOI of at least one first-author publication or manuscript
Contact details for two referees.
CV with details of education, scientific training starting from Bachelor degree, honours, etc.
PDFs of transcripts and certificates of training
A five-page scientific project proposal
A one-page explanation of the project written for the public, outlining the societal impact
Written proof (letter or email) from the chosen group leader indicating his/her support for the application.