plications Open for the 2023 IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme

plications Open for the 2023 IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme


Carolina Gutierrez Bolanos, an MSCFP recipient from Mexico, working as an intern at the Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste SCpA, at an IAEA Collaborating Center, in Trieste, Italy. (Photo: Carolina Gutierrez Bolanos)

After completing the programme, some recipients have continued on to PhD studies while others have started their careers. Maryam Zarei, an MSCFP recipient from Iran, secured her PhD position thanks in part to MSCFP.

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Carolina Gutierrez Bolanos, an MSCFP recipient from Mexico, working as an intern at the Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste SCpA, at an IAEA Collaborating Center, in Trieste, Italy. (Photo: Carolina Gutierrez Bolanos)

After completing the programme, some recipients have continued on to PhD studies while others have started their careers. Maryam Zarei, an MSCFP recipient from Iran, secured her PhD position thanks in part to MSCFP.

“MSCFP was a game-changer for my academic journey, providing me with the necessary resources and support to delve deep into my research and produce scientific pers in the field of medical radiation. My internship at the radiation protection of patients (RPOP) unit at the IAEA not only intensified my dedication to medical physics but also revealed new avenues for advancement.Being in close proximity to the experts at the IAEA guided my academic journey and boosted my confidence as I demonstrated my skills, ultimately leading to securing a highly desired PhD position,” Zarei said.

The MSCFP is supported by contributions from IAEA Member States and partners. More information on the programme, including facts and figures, testimonials, donors and program components can be found here.

The MSCFP is only open to applicants pursuing master’s studies. Eligible early- and mid-career women professionals interested in career development opportunities can consider plying to the Lise Meitner Programme.

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