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The Louis Jeantet Foundation for Medicine will support one to three clinical or basic biomedical research projects in 1993 by distinguished scientists, at a total funding level of approximately $1.2 million. Scientists, physicians, and institutions are invited to nominate researchers for the awards on the basis of the excellence of nominees' past and present research. Candidates being considered for final selection will be asked to submit specific research proposals. Eligible candidates may b

The Scientist Staff
Jan 19, 1992

The Louis Jeantet Foundation for Medicine will support one to three clinical or basic biomedical research projects in 1993 by distinguished scientists, at a total funding level of approximately $1.2 million.

Scientists, physicians, and institutions are invited to nominate researchers for the awards on the basis of the excellence of nominees' past and present research. Candidates being considered for final selection will be asked to submit specific research proposals.

Eligible candidates may be citizens of any country, but must plan to carry out the funded research project in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, or Yugoslavia. The foundation's awards committee will not consider initial applications that are received directly from candidates.

The application deadline is February 15. For more information, contact the Secretary of the Science Committee, the Louis Jeantet Foundation for Medicine,...

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