Grants for international internships:
The Nora Baart Stichting (NBS) has awarded travel grants to two students.
Esther van Woudenbergh (master Infection and Immunity, Utrecht University) will visit the ragon institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA) to optimize antibodies for induction of cellular toxicity against HIV-infected cells.
Helene Jahn (master Molecular and Cellular Life Sciences, Utrecht University) will visit the Weill Cornell Medical College, Department of Biochemistry, New York (USA) to study the flippase activity of mitochondrial voltage-dependent ion channels.
Travel grants for master students to perform research internships abroad (the applicant must be a member of the NVBMB):
- The Nora Baart Stichting (NBS) offers travel grants for master students in the medically oriented molecular life sciences who wish to do their second research internship abroad. Master students in the medically oriented molecular life sciences, who plan to perform their second internship abroad, may apply for financial support to cover travel expenses and extra costs of living to a total amount of maximally € 2000 (intercontinental) or € 1500 (Europe).
More information on how to apply can be found here.
- The Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) also offers summer travel grants for students wishing to gain research experience in a lab in another FEBS memberstate.
For more information see here.