Yamagiwa-Yoshida Memorial International Study Grants

Target candidates Investigators, clinicians, epidemiologists, public health professionals
Duration 3 months
Extension Up to 3 months with funding secured by the fellow from other sources and at no cost to the UICC
Available 14-16 per year
Average value US$ 10,000 each
Application closing dates 15 January and 1 July
Notification of result April and October
2009 Results Click here to read the fellowship award recipients list

  • To initiate, set up or pursue bilateral cancer research projects with collaborating investigators abroad
  • To exchange and exploit complementary skills and material
  • To receive training in advanced experimental research methods and techniques
  • Possess appropriate scientific or medical qualifications and a minimum of two years postdoctoral experience
  • Demonstrate active engagement in cancer research
  • Have recent publications in the international peer-reviewed literature
Research plan
  • Basic, translational or applied cancer research
  • Prevention-oriented projects are especially encouraged

For additional information on UICC Fellowships, contact UICC

By mail
Ms Beate Vought

[email protected]

Fellowships coordinator
International Union Against Cancer (UICC)
62 route de Frontenex
1207 Geneva

By telephone or fax
Telephone: +41 22 809 1843
Fax +41 22 809 1810

Source: http://www.uicc.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=15958&Itemid=302

Wildlife, Ecology, & Conservation Study Abroad in Africa:

The Fisheries & Wildlife Sciences program at North Carolina State University offers a three week study abroad program to Namibia (south western Africa) from May 16 to June 04, 2010.

Namibia is one of Africa’s most stable and safe countries to travel to with a good infrastructure and a well developed tourism industry. This is a unique opportunity for students to explore and experience Africa while studying and gaining valuable knowledge about African wildlife-, savanna- and desert ecology, park management, conservation, ecotourism and ecological sampling techniques.

Students will visit various ecosystems, conduct field work, participate in discussions and field lectures, track desert elephants, enjoy game drives and bushwalks.

The highlights of this trip are the Namib Desert, Damaraland, Etosha National Park and the Cheetah Conservation Fund. The program will be directed by Dr Dörgeloh, a wildlife ecologist with extensive knowledge and many years experience in southern Africa.

Students from other colleges and universities, as well as out-of-state are encouraged to apply.
For further information about the program please visit http://cnr.ncsu.edu/fer/fishwild/fwstudab.html or contact the program director.

Online applications are available through the NCSU Study Abroad Office.

Please note: The deadline for applications is Dec. 11, 2009.