The deadline to sign the application in Fenix is Thursday 1st October 2020 at 3pm.
The Swedish Cancer Society, organization number 802005-3370, 101 55 Stockholm, is the body responsible for the collection and processing of personal data in connection with grant applications.
The Swedish Cancer Society has a digitized grant application system called Fenix. Fenix uses BankID and Swedish social security numbers for both identification and signing. The application is signed digitally by both the Head of Department and the applicant directly in Fenix. Applicants sign the application last, i.e. after the Head of Department has signed.
Note that if you make changes to the application after sending it to the Head of Department for signing, you must send a new request for signing by your Head of Department, as the application has changed. This applies regardless of what changes have been made.
To benefit cancer research by recruiting able, younger researchers to the field. To promote the researcher's development, the Swedish Cancer Society would prefer the postdoctoral program to take place at a different institution and with a different supervisor than during the graduate research program.
The intention is that research should be conducted in Sweden.
For legal reasons, the Swedish Cancer Society pays research grants only to Swedish universities and colleges.
The applicant must have completed a doctoral degree (Swedish or foreign) after 1 July 2017, but before the final application date.
The following exceptions must have taken place after the award of the doctoral degree. Complete your request in the application system.
Certificates from the Swedish Social Insurance Agency must not contain personal data for children.
Grants for Postdoctoral Positions are granted for a maximum of three years. The grant period usually begins on 1 July of the same year as the award. For exceptional reasons the start of the grant period may be postponed, but no later than 1st January of the year following the award.
When awarding grants for Postdoctoral Positions, the Swedish Cancer Society assumes that the holder will be working full time within the project. The grant can be combined with a maximum of 20% secondary employment, for example clinical employment.
This is calculated in accordance with the current salary standard from the Swedish Cancer Society's research committee. The salary standard for Postdoctoral Positions is currently SEK 61,000 per month. The salary standard is adjusted annually.
The grant is calculated on the current salary standard, holiday pay (1.3%) and salary fees (51.7%) plus the managing institution's deductions for indirect costs (15.25%).
The grant holder's actual salary is determined by the employer.
It is a requirement of The Swedish Cancer Society that the entire grant be used to finance the position. The grant from the Swedish Cancer Society may not be used as project funds or for another person's salary.
The application is assessed according to the following assessment criteria:
The research program may be written in Swedish or English and may comprise a maximum of ten pages including references (12pt, single line spacing, 2.5 cm margin).
The following is the recommended outline:
When you have completed your application, you must send it to your Head of Institution by going into the "Preview/Förhandsgranska" tab. At the bottom of the page you click on "Request signing/Be om signering". This sends the application to your Head of Institution, who receives it and signs it digitally with BankID.
Note that if you make changes to the application after sending it to the Head of Institution for signing, you must send a new request for signing by your Head of Institution, as the application has changed. This applies regardless of what changes have been made.
When the Head of Institution has signed the application digitally with BankID, you as the applicant will receive an email. You can then log in and sign the application digitally with BankID. This should be done no later than 1st October 2020 at 3pm.
The deadline for signing the application is Thursday 1st October at 3pm.
Decisions will be made at a meeting of the Research Committee in March 2021.
Applications are made in the Swedish Cancer Society's grant application system Fenix. Applications can be saved and altered until you have pressed the button "Request signing/Be om signering". Applications cannot be signed and submitted unless all the tabs in the application form are marked in green.
Applications cannot be altered or supplemented after the end of the application period.
The applicant/grantee is responsible for ensuring that up-to-date personal and institutional contact information is entered into the Fenix application portal.
Not later than three months (see contract) after the end of the period of performance, a report must be submitted via Fenix. Unused funds must be repaid. The Scientific Report must be attached as a PDF file.
Written feedback reports for short-listed candidates will be available in the corresponding applications.
Contact the Cancerfonden, telephone number 010 - 199 10 10, or email email@example.com.
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