2nd CINP Research Fellowship for Early Careers
Application Deadline Extended to 15th December 2023
The CINP Early Careers Committee is organizing the 2nd CINP Research Fellowship for Early Careers with the theme ‘The Biomarker Quest: A Focus on Methodology’. This Fellowship programme will bring together a select group of early career clinicians and researchers to design and conduct their research projects under the mentorship of renowned experts.
The programme includes online teaching modules with top researchers in their fields, such as Profs Allan Young, Samuele Cortese, Sophie Erhardt and Jennifer Phillips as well as an in-person component immediately before the 35th CINP World Congress in Tokyo, Japan on 22nd May. The in-person session will follow a reception and will include discussions on assigned papers and presentations from the participants on their research projects.
The expected outcome is a collaborative research project on biomarkers in psychiatry.
Selected participants are required to register for the 35th CINP World Congress (the registration fee will be waived for the successful) and to attend both the online and in-person components of the fellowship programme. Participants who successfully complete the full programme will be awarded with ‘CINP Research Fellow’ certificates. There is no charge to participate in the Research Fellowship Programme, though applicants will be required to arrange their own accommodation and travel for the in-person component in Tokyo.
- CINP membership and Early Career Status* (please note that a new Early Career membership option is now available)
- Submission of at least 1 document evidencing early career status
- Submission of an updated CV
- Submission of a motivational letter, explaining why the applicant is suitable for this fellowship programme
Applicants including a recommendation letter from a CINP member will be prioritized, however it is not mandatory.
Application Deadline: 15th December 2023. All applications & supporting documents should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
* Definition of early career status (subject to documentary evidence and final approval from the CINP Early Careers Committee):
Psychiatric trainees with more than 2 years of training and psychiatrists up to 5 years post psychiatric qualification. Researchers can be a M.D., Ph.D., Post-doctoral fellow, or Research Fellow with more than 2 years in training and up to 5 years after Ph.D. (or equivalent)
We look forward to receiving your application.
Dr Asilay Seker – CINP Early Careers Committee chair
Prof Joseph Zohar – CINP President