2014 ISN Fellowship Opportunities
2014 ISN Fellowship Opportunities - Information to be distributed to your members
Dear Affiliated Society President
This is to inform you that the next deadline for applications to the ISN Fellowship Program is 15th June 2014.
As you are aware the ISN Fellowship Program aims to provide relevant and contemporary nephrological training for physicians from emerging countries, with the ultimate goal of improving the standards of nephrological practice in the Fellows' home countries upon their return.
For more detailed information about the Fellowship Program, please visit the Fellowship Program webpage on the ISN Gateway. We would like to invite you to consult the most recent Fellowship booklet and application procedure, both of which could be circulated to your contacts.
ISN encourages applications for intra-regional training. In this context, we have established a number of agreements with partner organizations. Eligibility for such programs are determined by ISN staff and applications should be made via the usual processes for ISN Fellowships as described in the Fellowship booklet and application procedure.
|ISN-AbbVie Fellowship||For an ISN-AbbVie Fellowship priority will be given to young physicians (usually below 40 years old) applying for intra-regional training.|
|ISN-AMGEN Fellowship||Applicants from Egypt, Turkey, Russia or South Africa may be eligible for an ISN-AMGEN Fellowship. Applicants should be young physicians (usually below 40 years old) wishing to train abroad in clinical care, research or educational methods.|
|ISN-ANIO Fellowship||Applicants of Indian origin may be eligible for an ISN-ANIO Fellowship. Applicants should be training in - Renal pathology - Transplant (especially deceased donor transplant) - CKD epidemiology.|
|ISN-APSN Fellowship||Applicants from the Asia Pacific Region may be eligible for an ISN-APSN Fellowship. Priority will be given to young physicians wishing to train within the Asia Pacific region.|
|ISN-ERA/EDTA Fellowship||Applicants from Eastern and Central Europe, North Africa and the Middle East may be eligible for an ISN-ERA/EDTA Fellowship. Priority will be given to intra-regional training within Europe, countries bordering Europe or the Mediterranean.|
|ISN-HK Visiting Fellowship||Applicants wishing to undertake a fellowship in Hong Kong may be eligible for an ISN-Hong Kong Visiting Fellowship. Applicants must be from mainland China.|
|ISN-IPNA Fellowship||Applicants wishing to train in Paediatric Nephrology may be eligible for an ISN-IPNA Fellowship. Priority will be given to young physicians (usually below 40 years old) applying for intra-regional training.|
|ISN-KRUK Fellowship||Applicants wishing to undertake a 12-month Fellowship within a UK Institution may be eligible for an ISN - Kidney Research UK Fellowship. An ISN-KRUK Fellowship should include both Clinical Nephrology and Research. Successful fellows will be eligible to attend an annual Fellows Day held by Kidney Research UK, enabling them to network with other UK trainee clinicians.|
|ISN-SLANH Fellowship||Applicants from Latin America may be eligible for an ISN-SLANH fellowship. Priority will be given to young physicians wishing to train within Latin America.|
|ISN-TSN Fellowship||Applicants must be TSN fellows interested in receiving an additional grant from ISN.|
|ISN-UoM Fellowship||Applicants wishing to undertake a 12 months Fellowship at the University of Michigan Medical School (UMMS) may be eligible for an ISN-UoM Fellowship. Applicants should be young physicians training in nephrology in one of the Caribbean islands or any other developing country.|
|ISN-Kidney for Life Fellowship||Applicants wishing to train at the Manchester Royal Infirmary in the United Kingdom may be eligible for an ISN-Kidney for Life Fellowship|
Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require additional information: email@example.com
ISN Fellowship Program Chair