Please fill out this form to check your eligibility for the FP-RESOMUS Fellowship Program. If you are eligible you will receive a password for the Submission form. Please note that you have to prepare your application together with one of the NCCR MUST or RESOLV Principal Investigators listed on the Projects page. The second Call for Applications will open on November 1, 2019.

Candidates must hold a PhD degree before starting the FP-RESOMUS program. If you hold no PhD degree at the time of your application, please enter the expected date of your PhD graduation in this field. Please also upload a letter from your current supervisor, stating that this expected date of your PhD graduation is reasonable (please attach letter below). FP-RESOMUS grants support to early-career researchers. Thus, the PhD degree must have been awarded no more than four years prior to the date of recruitment. Exceptions are made for parents with young children: one additional year per child can be claimed up to a maximum of three years, and other documented and justifiable career breaks, such as illness or disabilities.
At least one peer-reviewed original publication is required at the time of the application. If the applicant is not first author of that publication a confirmation of the first author or supervisor needs to be provided that the applicant’s contribution to the scientific content of the publication was highly relevant (please attach letter below).
Applicants will only be eligible if they have lived or had their main activity (work, studies etc.) in the intended host country (Switzerland or Germany) for fewer than 12 months within the past three years at the time of the relevant call deadline.
If you hold no PhD degree at the time of your application, please provide a letter from your current supervisor about the expected date of your PhD graduation here.
If you are not a first author on a peer-reviewed original publication, please provide a letter from the first or corresponding author that the applicant’s contribution to the scientific content of the publication was highly relevant.