Fostering talent is a top priority of the UMC Utrecht Brain Center. We invest in our talented junior scientists: they will be the future group leaders.

For those who have completed their PhD program, personal funding is available at the national and international level. Yet, establishing your own lab takes time and personal fellowships usually run out in three years. To further support this group of junior scientists -be it already employed in Utrecht or from elsewhere- each year one or two Rudolf Magnus Young Talent Fellowships are awarded.
This fellowship provides selected candidates with the means to consolidate their independent research line.The Fellowship provides the recipient with the equivalent of 2 years of salary and 100 k euro; to be spent on research as the recipient sees fit. The deadline for application each year is in fall.The application form can be requested at the UMC Utrecht Brain Center secretariat and is distributed within the Institute each year in the summer before the deadline in fall.

Recipients of a Rudolf Magnus Young Talent Fellowships uitklapper, klik om te openen

2019 - Edwin van Dellen & Wim Otte and Nikki Dieleman & Jeroen Siero
2018 - Matthijs Biesbroek and Anja van der Kolk
2017 - Frank Meye and Jinte Middeldorp
2016 - Yael Reijmer and Matthijs Bossong
2014 - Jurjen Luijkx
2013 - Jacoba Greving and Christiaan Vinkers
2012 - Maeike Zijlmans
2011 - Michael van Es and Lot de Witte
2010 - Ynte Ruigrok and Martijn van den Heuvel

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