ISBNPA Pioneers Scholarship Application
The purpose of the ISBNPA scholarships for early- and mid-career researchers in low- and middle-income countries is to provide funding to conduct formative or pilot research, or for an existing study where funds are insufficient to complete the study such that the results can be disseminated; and to present study findings at an ISBNPA conference.

We are offering 4 scholarships for research to be conducted in 2019/2020, and presented at the ISBNPA 2020 Annual Meeting in Auckland.

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Full name *
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Title *
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University / organisational affiliation *
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Position *
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Email address *
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Contact number *
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City and country of residence *
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Who funds your employment (e.g. scholarship, fellowship or salary)? *
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In which year did you obtain your PhD? *
If you are still a PhD student, please state 'PhD not yet obtained' and include a motivation in the next question.
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If you are applying as a PhD student, please motivate why you should receive this funding
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Study mentor
Each early career applicant should identify a mid-career (5-15 years post PhD) or senior researcher (+15 years post PhD) who is willing to act as a mentor for their project. Mid-career applicants should identify a senior researcher as a mentor for their project.
Who will be your mentor for the proposed study? *
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University / organisational affiliation of your proposed mentor *
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Mentor's position *
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City and country of residence of your mentor *
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Email address of your proposed mentor *
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Is your proposed mentor a member of ISBNPA? *
Please motivate your selection of this mentor, and describe any existing working relationship you have with them *
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If your proposed mentor does not reside in the same country as you, please explain how you will work together on your proposed study
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Proposed study
Study title *
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Choose the option that best describes the funding for which you are applying *
Brief description of your proposed study *
(maximum 2000 characters)
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Proposed study methods *
These are the methods for the formative / pilot study that you will be conducting; or methods for the study that has already been conducted and needs to be completed (maximum 10000 characters).
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Study rationale *
Please explain why this study is important, and why it should be conducted / completed (maximum 10000 characters).
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