Focus on the MSCA Individual Fellowship Call


MSCA Individual Fellowship Open to ASEAN Researchers. Deadline 14 September 2016

The Marie-Skłodowska Curie Actions (MSCA) Individual Fellowship programme is a mobility research grant scheme that is open to post-doctoral researchers from all over the world. The Individual Fellowships are an opportunity for researchers based in ASEAN to work in research labs in Europe for up to two years. They are also an opportunity to bring researchers from Europe to work at your lab in ASEAN. More information here.


MSCA Individual Fellowships - bring your research partner from Europe to ASEAN at no cost to your employer

The Global Fellowships under the MSCA Individual Fellowship programme offer an opportunity to being a research partner from Europe to your lab in ASEAN at no cost to your employer. Learn from Dr. Ludovico Dreni from Spanish Council for Scientific Research who received a Global Fellowship to conduct research at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China. His interview is here.


How to Prepare a Successful MSCA Individual Fellowship Proposal

These two guides prepared the MSCA National Contact Points in Luxembourg and Cyprus take you through the proposal preparation and evaluation process, and provide excellent advice on how to be successful in your MSCA IF application. You can download the guides here and here.


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The International Science and Technology and Innovation Centre (ISTIC) for South-South Cooperation under the Auspices of UNESCO is inviting participants to the International Forum on Harnessing Women’s Talents in Science, Technology and Innovation which will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 25-26 May 2015.

The main objective of the forum is to share perspectives in devising strategies to address the imbalance of women participation at the leadership level in science, technology and engineering in the business and government sectors. Relative to this, we are seeking assistance in nominating candidate(s) to participate in the forum. The participant must possess the following minimum criteria:

  • Holding a senior position in the organization involved in women’s affairs
  • Has good command  of the English language (both oral and written)
  • Must be in good health

The organizers will provide hotel accommodation and local hospitality for the duration of the forum to selected international participants. Since the organizers will not provide travel grants to the participants, international airfare will be shouldered by the sending agency.

Interested participants are required to complete the application form which can be downloaded along with the brochure from http://www.istic-unesco.organd submit to Ms. Charlene Basig thru email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. on or before 30 April 2015.

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Veneracion Cabana, Ph.D., F.A.H.A., Director of the Center for Research (CFR), Apolinar Paulican, Dean, School of Arts and Sciences and CFR Statistician, and Janellie Sumatra, R.N., M.A.N., Director of Nursing at the Valencia Sanitarium and Hospital and Research Coordinator/Research Teacher/Adviser at the MVC School of Nursing, attended a Training Workshop on Standard Operating Procedures for an Ethics Research Committee.

The training workshop was sponsored by the Northern Mindanao Consortium for Health Research and Development (NorMinCOHRD) and conducted by Dr. Ma. Salome Vios of the University of Philippines College of Medicine and Dr. Marita Reyes of the Philippine Health Research Ethics Board (PHREB).

The workshop trained the participants on the formation of an Ethics Review Committee (ERC) which will provide an independent, competent and  timely review of the  ethics  of  the  proposed studies that involve human subjects.

All researches, whether in the health or the social sciences will be covered by the functions of the ERC. An ERC registered and supervised by the PHREB is a requirement of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).  Its aims are to: 1) determine the acceptability of the research proposal based on organizational commitments, existing regulations and laws, professional conduct and practice, values and needs; 2) evaluate the conduct of research in accordance with international,  national  and  local guidelines; 3) ensure that there is regular evaluation of the ethics of ongoing studies; 4) act in the full interest of potential participants  and  concerned  communities, taking into account the interests and needs of the researchers and subjects of the research, and having due regard for the requirements of relevant regulatory agencies and applicable laws. The CFR is preparing documents for the creation of an ERC at MVC.


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