Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 12th April 2013
The University of Nottingham has secured €6m funding from the EU to enable child health researchers to exchanges and collaborate with other organisations across the globe.
The University is leading a consortium of 25 other organisations that promote training and career development for Europe’s most promising young researchers.
The €15m Cascade Fellows project will see €6m awarded to The University of Nottingham. The grant is one of the largest of its kind ever awarded to a UK University.
I am very proud to live and work in Nottingham and it should put us on the map for future economic growth.
Professor Michael Symonds, Deputy Head (elect) of the University’s New School of Medicine, said: “This is a dynamic project that will provide world-class training opportunities for the next generation of research fellows at a time when such funding has never been more difficult to obtain”.
Professor Saul Tendler, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, said: “Support for researchers at this stage in their careers is hugely important. This funding will allow a significant number to take part in international research exchanges, giving them invaluable experience.
I’m delighted at the news.”
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