The ESMI has launched an initiative to provide Ukrainian refugee scientists, especially from the field of biomedical imaging, with a straightforward overview of funding opportunities and concrete job opportunities. Below you’ll find:
- An overview of general international support organizations and actions for academics/researchers.
- More detailed opportunities for scientists from the field of biomedical imaging incl. list of concrete host-labs as download per country (as funding options and support schemes vary from country to country).
The information provided has been carefully compiled, but does not claim to be complete.
1. Overview of international organizations supporting Ukrainian Refugee Scientists
- ERA4Ukraine by the European Commission, providing researchers of Ukraine with an overview of existing actions at European and national levels.
- Science for Ukraine, funding programmes and support initiatives, database of open positions per field of expertise, (…)
- Institute for International Education’s Scholar Rescue Fund (IIE-SRF), global programme that arranges, funds, and supports fellowships for threatened and displaced scholars at partnering higher education institutions worldwide.
- Ukrainet – The UKRainian Academic International NEtwork, hosted by The German-Ukrainian Academic Society, providing broad assistance and information on supportive actions for students and researchers from Ukrainia – also per country
- OSUN Open Society University Network, fellowships in OSUN institutions are available for scholars who have lost their academic positions or cannot remain in their home countries due to threats or actions from authoritarian regimes.
- CARA (the Council for At-Risk Academics), UK-based, fellowship programmes and further support, direct application