Are you an early career researcher with an interest in diabetes? Do you have the potential to develop into a leader in the field?
The exciting Innovator in Diabetes (IDia) programme is your chance to expand your knowledge, gain new skills and network with other like-minded researchers.
About the programme
The aim of the programme is to:
- create a vibrant diabetes research network
- provide generic skills not available elsewhere
- help researchers understand the background and perspectives of different researchers, both basic and clinical
- provide continuing support for diabetes research.
How to apply
The IDia programme is now closed for applications for the 2018 session.
If you applied this year, the outcome will be communicated to you by email by Friday, 26 February 2018 at the latest.
The programme involves attendance at a residential weekend once a year over a three-year period. The next residential weekend will take place from Thursday 10 to Saturday, 12 May 2018 at Barnsdale Lodge, Oakham.
This page is updated regularly and any future call for applications will be advertised here as soon as it will be open.
Who should apply?
Applicants should be:
- at least six years post primary degree (BSc or first medical degree)
- a non-clinical or clinical researcher, including those involved in health services research (based in the UK)
- committed to diabetes research.
- Professor Richard Holt
- Professor John Wilding
- Professor Finbarr O’Harte
- Professor Anna Gloyn
IDia is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Eli Lilly.