An AMA session on the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Postdoctoral Fellowship funding opportunity.
As research is progressively occurring in the international arena, India is keen to align with international funding agencies that reflect this shift. This has opened the doors for Indian researchers, working in the field of life sciences, to a large number of international funding schemes.
IndiaBioscience brings to you the International Grants Awareness Program (iGAP) which aims to improve the success rate for Indian applications at international funding opportunities- for some of which India even contributes towards. The objective of this project series is to spread awareness of international funding schemes, impart skills to craft a successful application and inculcate the confidence to apply by sharing access to a network of Indian mentors. Here we explore the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Postdoctoral Fellowship.
In this Ask Me Anything session we are joined by two MSCA Fellows; Amey Redkar (University of Cordoba) and Mahipal Ganji (Max Planck Institue for Biochemistry in Munich).