Providing guidance and career development support to ESPR young investigators
The European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR) will launch the third round of its Young Investigator Mentoring Programme (YIMP) in December 2020. Tailored towards early-career investigators conducting child health research, the YIMP provides the opportunity to receive career development support from renowned international experts in the field of Paediatrics. We would like to encourage both mentors and mentees to apply.
the applicant conducts child or adolescent health research.
the applicant is: a) an academic, young researcher, pre-faculty appointment, PhD or equivalent started; or b) in the first three years of a faculty-appointment (assistant professor or equivalent).
the applicant intends to pursue an academic career in Paediatrics, mainly focused on investigator-initiated research.
the applicant will ideally attend the next Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2021) in Athens or, if not possible, a subsequent ESPR conference.
Are you interested to participate as a mentee? Then we would like to encourage you to apply by submitting:
a one-page letter of motivation.
a one-page curriculum vitae including: - personal details; - location of training in Paediatrics and dates; - years of clinical experience; - involvement in clinical/research projects; - list of publications.
a Letter of Support (LoS) from the Division Head or Department Chair explaining what the applicant lacks in his/her environment and how the external mentoring provided by this programme would be beneficial.