ENETS Excellence Academy Fellowship Program
The ENETS Excellence Academy Fellowship Program (EEAFP) has been set up to enable and foster current and future projects of the most promising Young Investigators ‘Rising Star’, who are starting their own independent research team or program in the field of the neuroendocrine tumor. One aim is uniting scientists involved in first research in the clinical and basic science fields. A second aim is to permit young investigators and researchers to strongly collaborate with each other in order to develop new synergies for the same cause rather than each working independently on their own. Importantly, the interaction within interdisciplinary collaborations (e.g. between the ENETS Centers of Excellence (CoE) involving experts from areas of Engineering, Practical Medicine, Cell Biology, Biology-Physiology, Molecular Biology, Bioinformatics and Software Development are needed to achieve the aims of the CoE Excellence Academy.
The ENETS Excellence Academy Fellowship Program (EEAFP) serves as the umbrella program for the following ENETS Grants:
- CoE Excellence Academy Fellowhip Grant
- CoE Young Investigator Grant
- Ipsen/ENETS Translational Medicine Grant
To find out more about the ENETS grants, please contact the ENETS Office: email@example.com