EHA Partner Fellowship


EHA Partner Fellowship

As part of the Career Development Program, the EHA Partner Fellowship Program is dedicated to junior hematologists from low and middle income countries as definied by the World Bank.

The EHA Partner Fellowship facilitates the development of a collaborative network between hematology institutes in Western Europe and institutes in low and middle income countries as definied by the World Bank (see list of World bank).
EHA’s Partner Fellowship Program supports the career development of young scientists who are involved in basic and clinical research in hematology by facilitating opportunities to work at host institutes in Western Europe. 


A maximum of two awards will be granted. Funding is for a maximum of three years at  € 80.000 for three years.


  • Applicants must reside in a low and middle income country. Click here to view the list of countries.
  • Applicants must hold an MD or PhD or equivalent and be engaged in clinical or biological research in hematology.
  • MD graduation may be no more than 12 years ago or the applicant may have no more than 8 years of post-doc experience after PhD graduation. 
  • Applicants must be, or become, members of EHA upon submitting their application.
  • Home and host institutes must be academic research or clinical hematology centers.
  • The host institute must provide all facilities for the applicant’s project.
  • The head of the applicant’s host department/institute and applicant must agree to be responsible to EHA regarding project development, implementation and budgeting.
  • The head of the applicant’s home department/institute must agree to be responsible to EHA regarding payment of salary to the recipient.
  • The host institute must provide the fellow with the opportunity to attend the EHA Annual Congress.
  • Applicants are encouraged to return to their home country after the fellowship.
  • The applicant may not have any other career development funding provided by EHA at the time of application.


Applications will be reviewed by the Fellowships & Grants Committee who will select the final awardees. An interview of shortlisted applications will be part of the selection process. 

How to Apply

The call for applications opens in March 2014, and more information on the submission will be available on this website in due time.