ECTS Grant Review Process
The ECTS grant applications are reviewed by an independent review panel, who are instructed to declare any conflicts of interest.
ECTS/Amgen Bone Biology Fellowship
This award of €100,000 is generously supported by Amgen and is open to scientists and clinicians working in the field of bone biology who are members of the ECTS. The award will be used exclusively to support translational or clinical research in the area of bone disease, in particular projects which concern the RANK/RANKL/OPG pathway or Wnt pathway translated into clinical relevance of bone disease.
Applications for the 2017 are now open.
The deadline for submission is 7 November 2016.
ECTS Exchange Grants
The primary aim of these grants is to enable researchers to spend time in another laboratory to learn a technique not used in the home laboratory. Grants are also available for medical doctors to attend clinical trials. There is no deadline for receipt of applications and funding is allocated depending on anticipated travel costs and length of stay.
ECTS New Investigator Grants (supported by MSD)
This Grant will be announced when funding are available.
Three one-year €25,000 research grants available to ECTS New Investigator members. The primary aim of these grants is to enable pre-clinical and clinical researchers to fund research in the area of osteoporosis.
ECTS New Investigator, Allied Health & Travel Awards
A number of New Investigator, Allied Health and Travel Awards are available to abstract authors who submit to the ECTS congress. Full details are available on the congress website when abstract submission opens.
There is currently no funding available for the ECTS PhD Studentship, ECTS Postdoctoral Fellowship, ECTS/Servier Fellowship and Career Establishment Programmes. For previous recipients of these grants, please visit the Previous Grants section.