Open | 15 February – 15 April, 2024
The IBRO Diversity Grants program awards neuroscience societies or event organizers from the Asia-Pacific, Africa, Latin-American and Pan-European regions with grants for activities or events that promote regional and gender diversity in neuroscience.
IBRO’s core values aim to serve the global neuroscience community through the promotion of diversity, equity, and inclusion in neuroscience research. In alignment with this vision, the IBRO Diversity Grants seek to support events that prioritize and foster regional and gender diversity in neuroscience. This program specifically targets neuroscience societies and other event organizers.
Applicants interested in applying to this funding program are encouraged to address the unique needs prevalent in their region and/or country. IBRO acknowledges the fact that cultural, socio-economic and infrastructural contexts shape the practice of neuroscience globally and encourages applicants to craft proposals tailored to address these unique diversity challenges.
Funds will be transferred according to an 80:20 format. This means that 80% of the grant will be awarded two months prior to the start date of the event, whereas the remaining 20% will be processed upon completion of the event and submission of the required grant report.
15 February – 15 April, 2024
Please note you will be re-directed to the IBRO Grants Portal.
Maximum grant amount:
- Asia-Pacific 3,500 EUR
- Africa 3,000 EUR
- Latin America 4,000 EUR
- Pan-Europe 2,500 EUR
For any queries, please contact email@example.com
Who Can Apply?
Eligible applicants should:
- address the specific needs for diversity in neuroscience in their country
- provide a detailed activity description, including a comprehensive list of members on the event organizing committee
- attach a copy of the event program
Only applicants from Africa, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Pan-Europe regions are eligible to apply for this program.
- The proposed event must take place within 2024.
- The required grant report should be submitted no later than 3 months following the conclusion of the proposed event. Reports should include the number and proportion of diverse plenary lecturers, symposium speakers, session chairs and participants