PGRIP Fellow scholarships are available once more

The Plant Genetic Resources International Platform (PGRIP) hereby invites young researchers to apply for financial support to join a dynamic research team at the Department of Plant Breeding, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden, for a shorter guest research visit as a PGRIP Fellow.

The Department of Plant Breeding at the SLU campus in Alnarp, Sweden, is a highly dynamic environment with very strong expertise in molecular breeding technologies applied in a variety of plants. A research team focusing specifically on PGR policies and regulations is under development, and the PGRIP Fellows will be working within this team.

At least four scholarships รก 3 000 euros are available, covering travel expenses and accommodation for shorter research visits (1-3 months). Young researchers (PhD students and up to 8 years after dissertation) are eligible. Students pursuing or holding an MSc degree may also be eligible depending on availability of funds.

Deadline to apply is 10 January 2020.

Further information as well as instructions on how to apply is available here: PGRIP Fellows_Announcement 2nd round

For questions, please contact Dr. Dennis Eriksson at