Fellowships and Internships
Our mission is to equip the next generation of medical leaders with the best education possible to pursue their future medical and research roles profesionally.
Thanks to the naturally international environment within the International Clinical Research Center, we also strengthen connections between healthcare professionals internationally by connecting our researchers and medical doctors with international students and research fellows through our fellowship and internship programs.
FNUSA-ICRC is a research institute and does not award academic degrees. However it is very active in the field of education and training. Its lectures and other educational activities focus primarily on its own employees but many of them are also open to other researchers and physicians from external institutions from Brno, from the Southmoravian Region, or the Czech Republic. We are also happy to host talented researchers from abroad.
FNUSA-ICRC Fellowship at a collaborating institution is a short term or a long term visit of a FNUSA-ICRC employee at a collaborating institution. The fellowship will contribute to FNUSA-ICRC research goals. FNUSA-ICRC will cover partly of fully the costs of the stay.
After successfully completing dozens of research stays of our employees at various globally recognized institutions abroad (Mayo Clinic, USA, Karolinska Institutet, SVE, University of Minnesota, University, USA of South Florida, USA and many others), the FNUSA-ICRC pilot fellowship has been launched in 2018. This fellowship has been established in collaboration with Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA in the field of neuro-immunological research. Under the direction of Chairman David Hafler MD, the Yale Dept. of Neuro-immunology is considered the world’s eminent research department in immunology. As such, this Fellowship represents a unique and prestigious opportunity.see available positions
Fellowship is a short term or a long term visit of an incoming scientist with completed degree or a student before completing his/her university education matching with FNUSA-ICRC research goals. FNUSA-ICRC will cover partly of fully the costs of the stay.
In 2018 a joint fellowship between Mayo Clinic through its Mayo Clinic School of Medicine, the International Clinical Research Center of St. Anne’s Hospital and Meharry Medical College has been completed in a form of mentoring research experience at FNUSA-ICRC premises in Brno, the Czech Republic.see available positions
Internship is a short or long term research stays at FNUSA-ICRC by external students or junior researchers who aim to learn the best research practice. Internships are offered free of charge but interns cover the costs of their stay themselves.
FNUSA-ICRC Summer School is paid short term study stay at FNUSA-ICRC for students and junior researchers who aim to learn the best research practice in a particular field of research covered by FNUSA-ICRC. Participants cover the costs of their stay themselves and FNUSA-ICRC charges a fee.