Grants for Pre-Doctoral contracts for the training of doctors 2022 (FPI)

Grants for pre-doctoral contracts for the training of doctors included in the State Training Sub-programme of the State Programme to Develop, Attract and Retain Talent, within the framework of the State Plan for Scientific, Technical and Innovation Research 2021-2023, on a competitive basis and applying the principles of publicity and objectivity.

The purpose of the grants is to train doctors by financing employment contracts, under the pre-doctoral contract modality, so that the pre-doctoral research personnel in training can carry out a doctoral thesis associated with a research project financed by the grants for R&D projects of the State Sub-programme for Knowledge Generation within the framework of the State Programme to Promote Scientific-Technical Research and its Transfer, in the framework of the State Plan for Scientific, Technical and Innovation Research 2021-2023, o an R&D project to be carried out in an R&D centre that has obtained a grant in the framework of the calls for Support for Severo Ochoa Centres of Excellence and María de Maeztu Units of Excellence, of the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities, corresponding to 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021, or a research project to be developed within a priority line of research for the year 2022, set by the National Institute for Agricultural and Food Research and Technology (INIA) of the CSIC and which is carried out in a public R&D&I agricultural and food research centre belonging to an Autonomous Community and participating in the INIA(CSIC)-CCAA Coordinating Commission for Agricultural Research.

In turn, the purpose of the grants is to finance the employment contracting, during a period of postdoctoral orientation (hereinafter POP) of a maximum duration of 12 months, of those persons who obtain their doctoral degree before the end of the pre-doctoral grant, bearing in mind that, in any case, the total grant may not exceed 48 months.

Beneficiary:
Those that have obtained aid for carrying out a research project financed by the aid for “Knowledge Generation Projects”, from the State Programme for the Promotion of Scientific and Technical Research and its Transfer, within the framework of the State Plan for Scientific, Technical and Innovation Research 2021-2023, in its 2021 call, called by the Presidency of the State Research Agency, and that these projects have been selected as being susceptible to having associated aid for the training of doctors, through this call.
R+D centres that have obtained aid in the framework of the calls for support for “Severo Ochoa Centres of Excellence” and “María de Maeztu Units of Excellence”, corresponding to 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021, may also be beneficiary entities, called by the Presidency of the State Research Agency or which have submitted a proposal to the 2021 call for accreditation and public aid for “Severo Ochoa Centres of Excellence” and “María de Maeztu Units of Excellence” associated with these accreditations, and which have obtained a final score equal to or higher than 90 points, without obtaining accreditation.
Likewise, R&D centres that are public R&D&I centres for agricultural and food research dependent on the Autonomous Communities, integrated in the INIA (CSIC)-CCAA system, and participate in research projects that are developed within a priority line of research for the year 2022, set by the National Centre for Agricultural and Food Research and Technology (INIA) of the State Agency of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), may also be beneficiary entities.

The deadline for applications will be 12 January 2023 and will end on 26 January 2023.

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