Leeds Metropolitan, the university that put men's health on the academic map, has announced the creation of two fully funded Visiting Fellowships for early career scholars awarded by the Leverhulme Trust.
The scheme intends to support new/early career researchers who have not yet spent an extended period in the UK, to enable them to develop skills and experience.
'As men's health becomes an international discipline, we'd love to see one of these fellows in the Centre of Men's Health at Leeds Met,' said Professor Alan White, chair of the MHF.
Applicants must permanently reside in any other country other than the UK, and intend to return to that country at the end of their Fellowship. The tenure of the Fellowship must be for a minimum of nine months and a maximum of twelve consecutive months, and it should be taken up before the end of February 2013.
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