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The deadline for postdoctoral fellowship applications is September 15th, 2013.
Thanks to the generosity of our U.S. donors, and in particular with the pace-setting support of the Florence Gould Foundation, the Pasteur Foundation administers this fellowship program to bring U.S. postdoctoral researchers to work in any one of the 130+ Institut Pasteur laboratories in Paris. Guided by the institute's administration, which seeks to develop international scientific exchanges to ensure the vitality of Institut Pasteur labs, this program is open to American citizens who are not already in France and who have received their PhD degree within the last five years.
The three-year fellowship package is $72,000 annually: $62,000 fellowship plus $10,000 bench fees to support the research. For more information, please download the application guidelines here.
The first step is to identify a host laboratory at the institute to sponsor your application.
For a list of Institut Pasteur laboratories, click here (you will exit the Pasteur Foundation site).
Nobel Interview by Pasteur Fellow:
Pasteur Fellowship Program alumnus, Ian J. Glomski, Ph.D., a microbiologist at the University of Virginia, interviewed Pasteur Nobelist Françoise Barré-Sinoussi at a dialogue hosted by Mr. Philippe Lalliot, the French Consul General in New York. Below is an excerpt.
Video courtesy of the French Consulate.
The Pasteur Foundation wishes to acknowledge its donors for their support of this program. Particular thanks are due to the Florence Gould Foundation whose wonderful support has helped launch and sustain this vital program. We also acknowledge the corporate support of BNP Paribas Corporate & Investment Banking.
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