ILCA IS PLEASED TO LAUNCH THE NEXT EDITION OF THE ILCA FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME
Through this Fellowship Programme, ILCA will once again support research in all liver cancer related disciplines by encouraging young scientists to develop their career in liver cancer research.
The aims of this key initiative are to:
- Encourage young investigators to pursue a career in liver cancer research
- Develop the potential of outstanding young scientists and encourage research in liver cancer disciplines
- Foster career development for individuals performing research in a liver cancer related area and who have shown commitment to excellence at an early stage of their research study
- Help progress ILCA’s mission to lead a global Community of physicians, scientists and allied professionals through education and research with the goal to better prevent and treat liver cancer
- Promote science through the support of young researchers
Applicants can now apply for the 12-month Fellowship Programme of €40,000. The programme will run between April/July 2019 and April/July 2020.
The Call for Applications for the ILCA Fellowship 2019 is open until
15 FEBRUARY 2019 (23:59 CET)
- Be under 40 years old and undertaking post-doctoral studies in a liver cancer related discipline
- Candidate should hold a PhD or MD and be pursuing post-doctoral studies which include both basic and/or clinical research. Those in post-MD Residency or Fellowship programmes and engaged in liver cancer research are eligible. Candidates should not hold full-time faculty positions.
- Be an ILCA member* in good standing
- Be supported by a research mentor
* Click here to apply for or renew your membership
Review carefully the Eligibility and Requirements and submit your Application Form along with the required documents by email at email@example.com before 15 February (23:59 CET) to become the next ILCA Fellow.
Congratualtions to the ILCA Fellowship 2018 Awardee!
ILCA is pleased to announce that Stefanie Hectors, from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, was awarded the ILCA Fellowship 2018. ILCA will support her research on Quantitative MRI for Noninvasive Prediction of Gene Signatures in Hepatocellular Carcinoma.