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The IHU Strasbourg has set up a LATAM Scholarship program to promote the contact between medical researchers and to expand the scientific cooperation between France and Latin American and Caribbean countries. The French “Instituts Hospitalo-Universitaires” (IHU) are centers of scientific and medical excellence, with a strong focus on image-guided interventions at the IHU-Strasbourg.
This LATAM fellowship offers young professionals from Latin American and Caribbean countries the opportunity to participate for a one-year term at the IHU Strasbourg in several research and education projects in the field of image-guided therapies.
The aim is to select promising candidates and their research projects, thereby targeting to support their academic career. Upon the scholars’ return to their home institution, the acquired skills and experience will promote research and medical education at their home country, as well as the continuation of joint projects.
- The LATAM fellowship is open to candidates living in Latin American or Caribbean countries at the time of application.
- Applicants must be graduated from medical schools and have completed residency training in surgery, radiology or gastroenterology.
- Sound English skills are a prerequisite, whereas French language skills are an asset (but not mandatory).
- The LATAM Scholarships for Research in Image-Guided Therapy are only valid in the year for which they are designated. They cannot be postponed.
- The application forms for IHU fellowship programs are available online, here.
Please refer to the LATAM scholarship when submitting your set of application documents via email to email@example.com
(Fellowship Program Director: Barbara Seeliger).
The applicant must submit the complete application documents here, before March 1 for the respective academic year (September to August).
A ranking of candidates will be supported by a panel of LATAM experts associated with IHU Strasbourg. Demonstration of an academic affiliation for continuation of an academic career at the home institution is considered favorably. The top ranked candidates will be invited for a zoom interview during April/May, after which the IHU fellowship committee will select one candidate per year for the LATAM scholarship.
For additional information, Mariano Gimenez is available to connect the applicants with LATAM experts collaborating with IHU Strasbourg, who support this program.
LATAM experts associated with IHU Strasbourg
|Carlos Chan, MD, PhD, Mexico |
President and Founder of the Mexican Hepatopancreatobiliary Association
and Head of the HPB Division in Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Médicas y Nutrición Salvador Zubirán
|Felipe José Fernández Coimbra, MD, MsC, PhD, Brazil |
Director Department of Abdominal Surgery, Head Upper GI & HPB Cancer Reference Center
AC Camargo Cancer Center, São Paulo, Brazil.
President Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association – AHPBA – 2019-20.
President Brazilian Society of Surgical Oncology – BSSO – 2015-17.
BSSO, CBC, IHPBA, SSO, FACS.
|Marcos Menezes, MD, PhD, Brazil |
Director Center of image Guide Intervention at Hospital Sirio Libanes
Chief of Intervention Radiology ICESP/INRAD Hospital das Clínicas da Universidade de São Paulo
President of SOBRICE 2018 -2020
|Mariano Palermo, MD, PhD, Argentina |
Assistant Professor at University of Buenos Aires
Staff at Minimally Invasive Department at DAICIM Foundation.
Past president of ICYLS (International Club of Young Laparoscopic Surgeons)
|Edgardo Serra, MD, Argentina |
Chief of Bariatric and Mini-Invasive Surgery of CIEN
Staff of DIAGNOMED
Past Professor of Surgery UNNE.
|Federico Davrieux, MD, Argentina|
|Alain Garcia, MD, Mexico|
|Juan Verde, MD, Argentina|
Fondation DAICIM: www.fundaciondaicim.com.ar