FDIME Announces Research Grants in 2020

The Foundation for the Development of Internal Medicine in Europe (FDIME) is offering Research Grants to Young Internists (up to age 38 yrs) to study in:

Research projects including all fields of General Internal Medicine, particularly polymorbidity and other common I.M. conditions.

For details check the FDIME Research Grants webpage at www.fdime.org


Download the Internal Medicine Grant Announcement and Application Form

For further information: Contact the FDIME Administrator email: contact@fdime.org


Paris, 8 – 10 June 2020

Sponsorship for this Seminar is provided by the Foundation for the Development of Internal Medicine in Europe (FDIME). This enables us to offer up to 15 bursaries to Young Internists from EFIM member countries who are interested to develop their career skills in Clinical Research. The bursaries will fund hotel stay for 3 nights and economy-rate travel to Paris. Selected Residents will be required to make their own economy-rate travel booking to Paris. Travel expenses will be refunded after attendance at the Seminar. FDIME will arrange hotel accommodation.

COURSE DATES: Monday 08.06.2020 to Wednesday 10.06.2020
(Residents arrive: Sunday 07.06.2020 by 19.00 hr. Residents depart: Wednesday 10.06.2020 after lunch)

SEMINAR VENUE: La Maison du Poumon, 66 boulevard Saint-Michel, Jardin du Luxembourg, 75006 Paris.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: To be considered for a place at the Seminar aimed at Young Internists, Applicants
must meet the following criteria:-

• Come from an EFIM member country and under the age of 35 years
• Be able to communicate in English (this is essential as all lectures & interaction are in English)
• Be towards the end of their training in Internal Medicine.
• Have current or previous experience of Clinical Research activity

A Motivational Statement is required, also your idea for a new Clinical Research Project (title and short description). We recommend you prepare text for these answers before you start completing the online form. You will also need to upload your CV. Please ensure that your CV is up-to-date and includes references for any publications where you have been author or co-author.

Please proceed to the Online Application Form to see the questions and consider your replies in advance OR download the Application Form.

If you have any difficulty accessing the online form or uploading your CV, please contact the FDIME Administrator
email: apply@fdime.org


The Seminar Selection Committee will assess all applications, and successful applicants will be notified by 15 May 2020.
Selected applicants will be required to prepare a short talk (in English) as an example of clinical research that they are currently undertaking, or recently carried out. This will be a 5 minute slide presentation to the group.