The University at Buffalo is recognized worldwide for a quality, affordable education. That’s why distinguished faculty and top students from across the world have made UB their choice. UB is a premier, top-ranked public research university in the United States and the most comprehensive campus in the State University of New York (SUNY) system. We are a top-ranked university in the world and are recognized as a top destination school for international students.
The journey of a million smiles began in 1892 with Jamsetji Tata, the pioneer, visionary and founder of the Tata Group, setting up the JN Tata Endowment for higher education of Indians. Regarded as the 'Father of Indian Industry' and one of the most important builders of the modern Indian economy, Jamsetji introduced the apprentice system at work, crèches and primary classes for children of women mill workers, and free medical help to all employees. Other benefits for the well-being of his staff that were weaved into the policies of several of his propitious ventures included gratuitous pension fund, provident fund, maternity benefit allowance and a compensation fund for accidents for all employees – all of which were ahead of their times.
This candidate will be personally engaged in, and supervise, a small team of less than 5 individuals, in the areas of HSC propagation and differentiation, will have a proven track-record evidenced by publications in genome editing of stem cells to generate and/or correct disease models, and possess expertise in HSC biology. Candidates may be from a basic research or clinical background. The team will work to generate disease models, build and test new genome editing constructs, establish human HSC cultures from embryonic stem cells or induced pluripotent stem cells, from patient samples and test applications of genome and base editing to achieve disease correction in human HSC. This individual will also work closely with other genome editing and active genetics groups at TIGS to integrate new advances in this area.
The University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Pharmacy is a world-class leader in pharmacy education, research, and service in the pharmaceutical, social, and clinical sciences. We educate future pharmacists and scientists and provide professional development opportunities globally to practicing pharmacists and the pharmaceutical industry. All of our programs are driven by our mission to enhance the quality of life for the people of Wisconsin and the global community through improved health.
The Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship Program at the University of Toronto is intended to recognize international students who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement and creativity and who are recognized as leaders within their school. A special emphasis is placed on the impact the student has had on the life of their school and community, and their future potential to contribute positively to the global community. Awarded annually, these scholarships recognize outstanding students from around the world, including international students studying at Canadian high schools. This is U of T’s most prestigious and competitive scholarship for international students. Each year approximately 37 students will be named Lester B. Pearson Scholars.
The Obama Foundation Scholars Program at Columbia University brings together rising leaders from around the world who have demonstrated a commitment to finding solutions to challenges in their communities, countries and regions. Over the course of an academic year, the Obama Foundation Scholars will have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and skills and to build new capacities and networks that will accelerate their impact in their home countries.
The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of Australia’s leading research and teaching institutions. We strive for excellence through the creation, preservation, transfer and application of knowledge. For more than a century, we have educated and worked with outstanding people to deliver knowledge leadership for a better world.
Commonwealth Split-site Scholarships are for PhD candidates from low and middle income Commonwealth countries, to spend up to 12 months at a UK university as part of their doctoral studies in their home country.
The UC Global Scholarship is a merit-based award with multiple levels. It is renewable for the duration of a bachelor’s degree program (up to 8 semesters of study for freshmen; 4 or 6 semesters for transfers, based on bachelor degree program) and the average award amount is $9,000 per year. UC Blue Ash students may receive a maximum of $4,000 per year due to the reduced cost of tuition at UC Blue Ash.
The IARC fellowships are intended for early career scientists wishing to complete their training in those aspects of cancer research related to the Agency’s mission. Disciplines covered are: epidemiology (all disciplines included), biostatistics, bioinformatics, and areas related to, mechanisms of carcinogenesis including molecular and cell biology, molecular genetics, epigenetics, and molecular pathology. Interdisciplinary project are encouraged.