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The OUH Internationalisation Fund - Internationaliseringspuljen på OUH

OUH strives to increase collaboration with hospitals and researchers abroad with the aim of increasing the rate of development as well as the volume and quality of research to the benefit of treatment of patients. Consequently, the OUH Internationalisation Fund is established with an annual budget of app. 5 m DKK.

Running application deadline and categories

The OUH Internationalisation Fund has a running application deadline and it is possible to apply for one of four different categories:

  • a) International research stays for clinicians and researchers including pre-graduate and PhD students
  • b) Affiliation of international adjunct associate professors and adjunct professors
  • c) Visits from international researchers and clinicians
  • d) Other purposes to further collaboration with international hospitals and researchers including activitites in Denmark with an international scope (provisional while restrictions on travel activities due to Covid-19)

Please note that expenses for courses, conferences, seminars, etc. cannot be funded by the OUH Internationalisation Fund.

Call and further information

In the the call requirements for drawing up an application is listed for each category. It is important to read the call thoroughly in order for you to know which requirements to meet.

Do not forget to include the required documents, see call for each category.

For questions, please contact ouh.forskning@rsyd.dk

For information about how to apply for the title of adjunct professor, please refer to the SDU website "Rules and regulations for the award of the titles adjunct professor and adjunct associate professor".

 

 

 


Siden er sidst opdateret: 01-02-2021 af Odense Universitetshospital.



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