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DDEA - Visiting Researcher

Deadline - 23rd of August, 2023
Amount - 400k DKK for 5 months

Phone: +45 2964 6764
Webpage: DDEA - Visiting Researcher

The Danish Diabetes and Endocrine Academy (DDEA) invites applications for four Visiting Researcher Grants (previously named Visiting Professorships).
These grants include salary costs, travel and accommodation expenses for international senior researchers within diabetes, metabolism or other endocrinology fields who visit Danish research groups for a period of up five months during 2024 and 2025 (up to a maximum of DKK 400,000 in total).
With the Visiting Researcher Grants, the DDEA aims to stimulate collaborations between Danish and international research groups and attract international experts to Denmark. Applications can be in any research field within diabetes, metabolism or endocrinology. The DDEA will accept applications from senior academics (senior lecturer/associate professor or above).
Deadline for application is 23 August 2023 at 23:59 CET with expected date of reply 12 December 2023.
The grant must be activated within six months of receiving the grant notification letter (or by further agreement with the DDEA).

Who can apply?
In order to apply for a Visiting Researcher Grant, the following requirements must be fulfilled:
- Application can be submitted by senior academics (senior lecturer/associate professor or above).
- At the time of allocation of the grant, you must be employed at a university outside Denmark.
- You must be able to document your intended collaboration with one or more researchers at a Danish research institution (a letter of support from the collaborating host principal investigator should be included)
- You must have an academic degree at PhD level or higher
- You must have an excellent academic record
- You must be able to document teaching experience
- You must be willing to teach/give lectures or participate in organising education or networking activities offered by the DDEA and/or review applications for the DDEA