Decision published

01 June 2023

Total amount granted: 39 266 667 SEK

International post doc within medicine and health (spring call)

In the 2023 Spring call for international postdoc grant within medicne and health, the Swedish Research Council approved 12 out of 22 applications. More than 39 million SEK will be allocated over the period 2023–2026.

Decision published

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Approval rates

Applicants

Number of applications

Number of approved grants

Approval rate

Women

10

2

20%

Men

12

10

83%

Total

22

12

55%

Grant amounts

Applicants

Total grant amount

Women

5 400 000

Men

33 866 667

Total

39 266 667

Approved grants and amounts per administrating organisation‌‌

Administrating organisation

Number of approved grants

Total grant amount

Karolinska Institutet

9

28 616 667

Uppsala University

2

7 050 000

Royal Institute of Technology

1

3 600 000

Total

12

39 266 667

Approved grants per host country*

Host country

Number of applications

Number of approved grants

Approval rate

USA

10

7

70%

Canada

2

2

100%

France

1

1

100%

Belgium

1

1

100%

Australia

4

1

25%

Total

22

12

55%

*Applicants can choose more than one host country.

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