โครงการ SEA EU NET 2 ในยุโรป เปิดรับสมัครขอรับทุนวิจัยในสาขาการเฝ้าระวังการดื้อยาของเชื้อจุลินทรีย์ 

Scope

The SEA EU NET 2 project is launching a call for candidates in order to emphasise high-level scientific exchanges between Europe and Southeast Asia on the scope identified. This call is directed at young European and Southeast Asian doctoral and/or postdoctoral candidates, who intend to carry out research careers in the scope of EU/SEA technical and scientific collaboration.

This programme is based on a selective call for candidates.

This call for fellowships will focus on the theme of One Health Surveillance in AMR as interdisciplinary collaborations and communications in all aspects of health care for humans, animals and the environment is increasingly important for a comprehensive surveillance programme. Therefore, every discipline linked to the Surveillance of Antimicrobial Resistance is eligible, such as Veterinary medicine, Public Health, Ecology, Economics, Sociology, Geography, Modeling Sciences, Biostatistics, etc.

Duration and planning of the mobility

This AMR Surveillance Master Class is a professional exchange and networking programme for young researchers in the various disciplines surrounding the topic. The programme will be conducted in two phases, and fellows are required to attend both phases:

 

Europe leg (7 days, 11-15 July 2016):

Led by Prof Nicola J Williams, University of Liverpool

  • Networking with regional stakeholders and discussion on current topics in AMR surveillance;
  • Field trip to Center of Excellence, and cutting edge research themes;
  • Understanding context of health research strategies and policies;
  • Training on applying for research funding;
  • Longitude Prize and Horizon Prize workshop on innovative methods in diagnostics design;

Southeast Asia leg (7 days, 1-5 August 2016): 

Led by Assoc Prof Parntep Ratanakorn and Assoc Prof Walasinee Moonarmart, Mahidol University, and Dr Rungtip Chuanchuen, Chulalongkorn University

  • Practical training on European surveillance standards and monitoring (Crocodile Farm and/or Small Animal Hospitals);
  • Discussions on regional themes for AMR surveillance;
  • Networking with regional stakeholders and current established projects;

As the AMR surveillance Master Class is organised to facilitate wider research collaboration between EU and SEA, priority will be given to PhD students and postdoctoral candidates. The AMR Master Class will put together a mix of students in terms of curriculum (postdoctoral and/or PhD in Human Health and/or Animal Health) and of nationality (open to students from all European and Southeast Asian countries). Please note that participation will be limited to 12 students (6 from Europe and 6 from Southeast Asia, i.e. 3 from each discipline per region)

The AMR Master Class will be organised and structured around contributions from eminent scientists (from CIRAD, University of Liverpool, University of Oxford, UK Review on AMR, WHO, USAID, Chulalongkorn University, Mahidol University, NSTDA), work on case studies, visits to laboratories, possibly participation in a conference, presentation and discussion about new methodology, tools and concept in epidemiology and risk management of infectious diseases, meetings and discussion with local university students.

  • Deadline for submission: 22 March 2016
  • Possible interview of the shortlisted candidates: March - April 2016
  • Publication of the final list of recipients: 15 April 2016

APPLICATIONS MUST BE SENT BY EMAIL TO:
kongcheng.liew@fco.gov.uk; cc: SEAsiaSI@fco.gov.uk

For more details, please contact:  
KC Liew, Science & Innovation Officer

British High Commission Singapore
100 Tanglin Rd, 247919, Singapore
Email:     
kongcheng.liew@fco.gov.uk; cc: SEAsiaSI@fco.gov.uk  
Tel:         +65 64244387

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