Multiple sclerosis is one of the most common diseases of the central nervous system. Today more than 2,300,000 people around the world have MS. MS is an inflammatory demyelinating condition. . MS is a progressive disease of the central nervous system, for which there is no cure at present. Additionally, More women than men have MS, with a ratio of three women to two men. Which is why the fully funded fellowship is being conducted in order to find a solution to it. Moreover, the fellowship is conducted by Multiple Sclerosis International Federation in the memory of Professor Ian McDonald. Adding on, the McDonald Fellowship enables young researchers from emerging countries to work in a research institution outside their own country
Furthermore, the fellowship consists of a two-year grant with around £30,000 GBP per year, to cover travel and living costs. An additional contribution of £2,000 GBP per year to the host institution. Additionally, MSIF expects that part of the second-year grant to the host institution will be used to cover the candidate’s expenses to attend the annual congress of ECTRIMS, the European Committee for Treatment and Research in MS.
The fellowship consists of a two-year grant, around UK £30,000 per year, to cover travel and living costs, and an additional contribution of UK £2,000 per year to the host institution.
All candidates must:
Candidates need to provide :
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Open to||EGYPT, SYRIA, IRAQ, PALESTINE, JORDAN, LEBANON, TUNISIA, ALGERIA, MOROCCO, SUDAN, LIBYA, SAUDI ARABIA, EMIRATES, KUWAIT, QATAR, BAHRAIN, OMAN, YEMEN, SOMALIA, DJIBOUTI, MAURITANIA, TURKEY, IRAN, CYPRUS, COMOROS, & OTHER COUNTRIES ARE NOT FROM THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA.|
|Organizer||Multiple Sclerosis International Federation|