Grants will be awarded for running costs, apparatuses and salary for specified research projects.
The Segerfalk Foundation annually awards approximately 850,000 SEK for brain research at Lund University. Usually 5 to 9 different applicants receive grants from 60,000 up to 150,000 SEK each.
Applications will be processed according to Swedish Research Council standards and assessed by a panel of five researcher and clinicians with expertise in different aspects of neuroscience. Particular attention will be paid to the Foundations policy to primarily support postdoctoral researchers in an early phase of their scientific career. When you write your application, please bear in mind that it should be adjusted to a broad panel of reviewers within neuroscience.
Applications must be completed and sent no later than March 11th at 14:00.
Late or incomplete applications will not be considered for grants. The application should be submitted electronically, not on paper. If you wish to change a previously submitted application, the application may be resubmitted before deadline. In case of problems, please contact Linda Eliasson (Linda.Eliasson@med.lu.se).
Incorrect information may cause your application to be withdrawn
Grants are not awarded to applicants who have not defended their theses before the deadline for application
The awards will be announced on Neuroscience Day on May 6th 2021. All successful applicants will be notified by email by June 10th, 2021 at the latest.