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Resources for Meloidogyne incognita genome

AgreenSkills: Pathways for inventive researchers

07 March 2012

AgreenSkills is a blank programme of international mobility.

AgreenSkills supports inventive, talented and experienced young researchers, from all disciplines and from all over the world, to develop challenging basic or targeted research projects in the fields of agriculture, environment, food and nutrition, and animal health.

AgreenSkills offers incoming and outgoing fellowships with attractive conditions in terms of salary, optimal research conditions, training, networking opportunities as well as personalized support for career development plan. AgreenSkills is based on flexibility and openness with a continuous open call over the period 2012-2015, broad range of topics and assistance in fi nding the most suitable receiving laboratory.

AgreenSkills is co-funded by the European Commission in the frame of the COFUND - FP7 People Programme coordinated by INRA in cooperation with Agreenium.
 
  • AgreenSkills offers 142 fellow years over 4 years (recruiting from 2012 to 2014);
  • Mobility period from 6 to 12 months (for outgoing fellows) or 12 to 24 months (for incoming);
  • Access to more than 300 research units spread all over France for incoming mobility;
  • Salaries conditions almost 60% over and above French state salaries for young researchers.

Sophia Agrobiotech Institute (ISA)/INRA/ Plant-nematode intera is an hosting institution. 

AgreenSkills programme is implemented through a continuous call for submission with two selection rounds per year. Applications for eligibility check and matching process will be analysed all year long.
Applications must be submitted through the online secure applicati on system in the AgreenSkills web portal www.agreenskills.eu

Sophia Agrobiotech Institute (ISA) / INRA / Plant-nematode interaction is an hosting lab. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Etienne G.J. Danchin : etienne.danchin@sophia.inra.fr