Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP)

Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) HFSP is celebrating 30 years of support for frontier research in the life sciences with special emphasis on international collaboration and training

The Human Frontier Science Program is an international program of research support implemented by the International Human Frontier Science Program Organization (HFSPO) based in Strasbourg, France. Its aims are to promote intercontinental collaboration and training in cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research focused on the life sciences. HFSPO receives financial support from the governments or rese

The Human Frontier Science Program is an international program of research support implemented by the International Human Frontier Science Program Organization (HFSPO) based in Strasbourg, France. Its aims are to promote intercontinental collaboration and training in cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research focused on the life sciences. HFSPO receives financial support from the governments or rese

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Using mathematical modelling and electron microscopy, HFSP Early Career grantees Davide Sassera at University of Pavia -...
01/10/2021

Using mathematical modelling and electron microscopy, HFSP Early Career grantees Davide Sassera at University of Pavia - International and Fabrizia Stavru at Institut Pasteur and colleagues reconstructed the probable lifecycle of the bacterium Midichloria mitochondrii within its host cells https://bit.ly/3uqNWf6

Using mathematical modelling and electron microscopy, HFSP Early Career grantees Davide Sassera at University of Pavia - International and Fabrizia Stavru at Institut Pasteur and colleagues reconstructed the probable lifecycle of the bacterium Midichloria mitochondrii within its host cells https://bit.ly/3uqNWf6

Using super-resolution microscopy HFSP Cross-Disciplinary Fellow Chao Sun at Max Planck Institute for Brain Research and...
21/09/2021

Using super-resolution microscopy HFSP Cross-Disciplinary Fellow Chao Sun at Max Planck Institute for Brain Research and colleagues reveal how local neighborhoods of synapses cooperate to make and distribute proteins enabling parallel computing and plasticity in the brain https://bit.ly/3nYzWrT

Using super-resolution microscopy HFSP Cross-Disciplinary Fellow Chao Sun at Max Planck Institute for Brain Research and colleagues reveal how local neighborhoods of synapses cooperate to make and distribute proteins enabling parallel computing and plasticity in the brain https://bit.ly/3nYzWrT

HFSP Career Development Award holder Marija Zanic and colleagues at Vanderbilt University reveal how polymerase XMAP215 ...
17/09/2021

HFSP Career Development Award holder Marija Zanic and colleagues at Vanderbilt University reveal how polymerase XMAP215 accelerates microtubule growth but also causes sloppy growth of the microtubule ends ultimately driving catastrophe https://bit.ly/3hE41cg

HFSP Career Development Award holder Marija Zanic and colleagues at Vanderbilt University reveal how polymerase XMAP215 accelerates microtubule growth but also causes sloppy growth of the microtubule ends ultimately driving catastrophe https://bit.ly/3hE41cg

On 9th September, HFSP Secretary-General Pavel Kabat met with the “Mother of HFSPO” Mme Catherine Trautmann at a lunch h...
13/09/2021

On 9th September, HFSP Secretary-General Pavel Kabat met with the “Mother of HFSPO” Mme Catherine Trautmann at a lunch hosted by the Consul General of Japan Consulat Général du Japon à Strasbourg in the Program’s host city Strasbourg, France https://bit.ly/2VFHJiu

On 9th September, HFSP Secretary-General Pavel Kabat met with the “Mother of HFSPO” Mme Catherine Trautmann at a lunch hosted by the Consul General of Japan Consulat Général du Japon à Strasbourg in the Program’s host city Strasbourg, France https://bit.ly/2VFHJiu

On 30th August HFSP Secretary-General Pavel Kabat visited His Excellency Mr. Junichi Ihara, the Ambassador of Japan to F...
13/09/2021

On 30th August HFSP Secretary-General Pavel Kabat visited His Excellency Mr. Junichi Ihara, the Ambassador of Japan to France to express his deep appreciation for Japan’s unwavering support of the Program and to discuss his plans for HFSP Ambassade du Japon en France https://bit.ly/3Ea17Wf

On 30th August HFSP Secretary-General Pavel Kabat visited His Excellency Mr. Junichi Ihara, the Ambassador of Japan to France to express his deep appreciation for Japan’s unwavering support of the Program and to discuss his plans for HFSP Ambassade du Japon en France https://bit.ly/3Ea17Wf

HFSP Program Grant holders Jeff Lichtman, Aravinthan Samuel atHarvard University and Mei Zhen at Sinai Health reconstruc...
10/09/2021

HFSP Program Grant holders Jeff Lichtman, Aravinthan Samuel at
Harvard University and Mei Zhen at Sinai Health reconstructed the full brains of eight C. elegans using electron microscopy enabling the prediction of the wiring patterns of the mature brain https://bit.ly/3l9ch4Y

HFSP Program Grant holders Jeff Lichtman, Aravinthan Samuel at
Harvard University and Mei Zhen at Sinai Health reconstructed the full brains of eight C. elegans using electron microscopy enabling the prediction of the wiring patterns of the mature brain https://bit.ly/3l9ch4Y

Using  gene editing in human hematopoietic stem cells HFSP fellow Elvin Wagenblast at Princess Margaret Cancer Hospital ...
09/09/2021

Using gene editing in human hematopoietic stem cells HFSP fellow Elvin Wagenblast at Princess Margaret Cancer Hospital and colleagues recapitulated the development of preleukemia and leukemia in the context of Down syndrome https://bit.ly/3l1IkDy

Using gene editing in human hematopoietic stem cells HFSP fellow Elvin Wagenblast at Princess Margaret Cancer Hospital and colleagues recapitulated the development of preleukemia and leukemia in the context of Down syndrome https://bit.ly/3l1IkDy

HFSP Cross-Disciplinary fellow Adam Gosztolai at EPFL and colleagues have developed a new deep learning-based tool that ...
06/08/2021

HFSP Cross-Disciplinary fellow Adam Gosztolai at EPFL and colleagues have developed a new deep learning-based tool that surmounts the challenges associated with 3D pose estimation by reconstructing 3D poses directly from 2D poses > https://bit.ly/3ysJSfD

HFSP Cross-Disciplinary fellow Adam Gosztolai at EPFL and colleagues have developed a new deep learning-based tool that surmounts the challenges associated with 3D pose estimation by reconstructing 3D poses directly from 2D poses > https://bit.ly/3ysJSfD

Using a combination of mathematical modelling and computer simulations HFSP grantees Auke Ijspeert at École Polytechniqu...
30/07/2021

Using a combination of mathematical modelling and computer simulations HFSP grantees Auke Ijspeert at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and Akio Ishiguro at Tohoku University and colleagues have decoded the flexible motor control mechanisms underlying salamander walking #robotics > https://bit.ly/2VnoSYJ

Using a combination of mathematical modelling and computer simulations HFSP grantees Auke Ijspeert at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and Akio Ishiguro at Tohoku University and colleagues have decoded the flexible motor control mechanisms underlying salamander walking #robotics > https://bit.ly/2VnoSYJ

A special ceremony to mark the passing of the baton from outgoing HFSPO Secretary-General Warwick Anderson to his succes...
26/07/2021

A special ceremony to mark the passing of the baton from outgoing HFSPO Secretary-General Warwick Anderson to his successor Pavel Kabat was held in HFSPO’s host city Strasbourg, France in the presence of the Consul General of Japan Consulat Général du Japon à Strasbourg > https://bit.ly/3y57jLC

A special ceremony to mark the passing of the baton from outgoing HFSPO Secretary-General Warwick Anderson to his successor Pavel Kabat was held in HFSPO’s host city Strasbourg, France in the presence of the Consul General of Japan Consulat Général du Japon à Strasbourg > https://bit.ly/3y57jLC

HFSP Program Grant holder Chwee Teck Lim and colleagues at the National University of Singapore have developed an integr...
22/07/2021

HFSP Program Grant holder Chwee Teck Lim and colleagues at the National University of Singapore have developed an integrated platform OpFlowLab for more accurate estimations of cell movements using optical flow, which is freely available to the life-science community > https://bit.ly/3f3apZl

HFSP Program Grant holder Chwee Teck Lim and colleagues at the National University of Singapore have developed an integrated platform OpFlowLab for more accurate estimations of cell movements using optical flow, which is freely available to the life-science community > https://bit.ly/3f3apZl

On 8 July HFSPO Secretary-General Pavel Kabat met with Consul General Takeshi Akamatsu Consulat Général du Japon à Stras...
13/07/2021

On 8 July HFSPO Secretary-General Pavel Kabat met with Consul General Takeshi Akamatsu Consulat Général du Japon à Strasbourg and thanked the Japanese Government for its visionary role in initiating the Organization and for its generous support for over 30 years https://bit.ly/2T6qLZ9

On 8 July HFSPO Secretary-General Pavel Kabat met with Consul General Takeshi Akamatsu Consulat Général du Japon à Strasbourg and thanked the Japanese Government for its visionary role in initiating the Organization and for its generous support for over 30 years https://bit.ly/2T6qLZ9

We are looking forward to the last day of the HFSP Awardees Meeting starting at 11 CEST. The meeting will conclude with ...
08/07/2021

We are looking forward to the last day of the HFSP Awardees Meeting starting at 11 CEST. The meeting will conclude with a special talk by ELIXIR Director Niklas Blomberg who will speak about ELIXIR and the recently founded Global Biodata Coalition (GBC).

We are looking forward to the last day of the HFSP Awardees Meeting starting at 11 CEST. The meeting will conclude with a special talk by ELIXIR Director Niklas Blomberg who will speak about ELIXIR and the recently founded Global Biodata Coalition (GBC).

Can poster sessions work in a virtual environment? At the #HFSPmeeting we say they can with over 100 e-posters presented...
07/07/2021

Can poster sessions work in a virtual environment? At the #HFSPmeeting we say they can with over 100 e-posters presented on the first two days of the meeting and 264 participants connecting to the live presentations. Join us at @11 CEST for today’s program.

Can poster sessions work in a virtual environment? At the #HFSPmeeting we say they can with over 100 e-posters presented on the first two days of the meeting and 264 participants connecting to the live presentations. Join us at @11 CEST for today’s program.

The first online HFSP Awardees Meeting got off to a great start yesterday. Today brings more exciting talks on a variety...
06/07/2021

The first online HFSP Awardees Meeting got off to a great start yesterday. Today brings more exciting talks on a variety of subjects including synthetic T-cells, acoustic communication in mosquitoes and optogenetic neurotransmitter systems starting @ 11:00 CEST

The first online HFSP Awardees Meeting got off to a great start yesterday. Today brings more exciting talks on a variety of subjects including synthetic T-cells, acoustic communication in mosquitoes and optogenetic neurotransmitter systems starting @ 11:00 CEST

The 2021 HFSP Nakasone Award winners Tony Hyman and Cliff Brangwynne in discussion with Guntram Bauer and Secretary-Gene...
05/07/2021

The 2021 HFSP Nakasone Award winners Tony Hyman and Cliff Brangwynne in discussion with Guntram Bauer and Secretary-General Pavel Kabat at the first ever online #HFSPmeeting

The 2021 HFSP Nakasone Award winners Tony Hyman and Cliff Brangwynne in discussion with Guntram Bauer and Secretary-General Pavel Kabat at the first ever online #HFSPmeeting

HFSP Long-Term Fellow Kenzo Ivanovitch and colleagues at the The Francis Crick Institute shed light on the embryonic ori...
29/06/2021

HFSP Long-Term Fellow Kenzo Ivanovitch and colleagues at the The Francis Crick Institute shed light on the embryonic origin of the heart – their findings may have potential for modelling heart disease using stem cells and for the development of regenerative therapies https://bit.ly/35XR3Qj

HFSP Long-Term Fellow Kenzo Ivanovitch and colleagues at the The Francis Crick Institute shed light on the embryonic origin of the heart – their findings may have potential for modelling heart disease using stem cells and for the development of regenerative therapies https://bit.ly/35XR3Qj

HFSP CDA holder Matteo Rauzi and Alphy John at Institut de Biologie Valrose shed light on how  multicellular life emerge...
18/06/2021

HFSP CDA holder Matteo Rauzi and Alphy John at Institut de Biologie Valrose shed light on how multicellular life emerges and is shaped by identifying a mechanism based on two-tier cell junctions that drives composite morphogenesis > https://bit.ly/35xmSz5

HFSP CDA holder Matteo Rauzi and Alphy John at Institut de Biologie Valrose shed light on how multicellular life emerges and is shaped by identifying a mechanism based on two-tier cell junctions that drives composite morphogenesis > https://bit.ly/35xmSz5

HFSP Long-Term Fellow Leo Otsuki  at the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) and colleagues' recently publis...
17/06/2021
Ready, set, go – or how stem cells synchronise to repair the spinal cord in axolotls

HFSP Long-Term Fellow Leo Otsuki at the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) and colleagues' recently published paper in eLife sheds light on how stem cells synchronise to repair the spinal cord in axolotls > https://www.imp.ac.at/news/article/axolotl-spinal-cord-regeneration/

Few animals can regenerate their spinal cord after an injury. The axolotl, a salamander endemic to Mexico, can mobilise stem cells in its spinal cord to regrow the lost tissue. An international team of scientists investigated the early stages of this process and found that stem cells synchronise ove...

HFSP Long-Term Fellow Eugenio Mancera at CinvestavIrapuato and colleagues shed light on the evolution of Candida biofilm...
14/06/2021

HFSP Long-Term Fellow Eugenio Mancera at CinvestavIrapuato and colleagues shed light on the evolution of Candida biofilm formation and how biofilms are orchestrated in these important human pathogens > https://bit.ly/3cImodk

HFSP Long-Term Fellow Eugenio Mancera at CinvestavIrapuato and colleagues shed light on the evolution of Candida biofilm formation and how biofilms are orchestrated in these important human pathogens > https://bit.ly/3cImodk

HFSP Program Grant holders Yasunori Hayashi at Kyoto University and Mingjie Zhang at The Hong Kong University of Science...
11/06/2021

HFSP Program Grant holders Yasunori Hayashi at Kyoto University and Mingjie Zhang at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology - HKUST and colleagues reveal that the liquid-liquid phase separation of CaMKII triggered by calcium is a novel mechanism of synaptic memory #neuroscience > https://bit.ly/3pJJFRB

HFSP Program Grant holders Yasunori Hayashi at Kyoto University and Mingjie Zhang at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology - HKUST and colleagues reveal that the liquid-liquid phase separation of CaMKII triggered by calcium is a novel mechanism of synaptic memory #neuroscience > https://bit.ly/3pJJFRB

HFSP Program Grant holder Matthew D. Shawkey and colleagues at Universiteit Gent shed light on the molecular mechanisms ...
10/06/2021

HFSP Program Grant holder Matthew D. Shawkey and colleagues at Universiteit Gent shed light on the molecular mechanisms behind colour change in lizards https://bit.ly/3vgdFG0

HFSP Program Grant holder Matthew D. Shawkey and colleagues at Universiteit Gent shed light on the molecular mechanisms behind colour change in lizards https://bit.ly/3vgdFG0

HFSP Long-Term Fellow David Gokhman at Stanford University and colleagues shed light on how modern humans diverged from ...
17/05/2021

HFSP Long-Term Fellow David Gokhman at Stanford University and colleagues shed light on how modern humans diverged from Neanderthals and Denisovans by examining genetic differences in their DNA using a technique known as massively parallel reporter assay > https://bit.ly/33PZ8FC

HFSP Long-Term Fellow David Gokhman at Stanford University and colleagues shed light on how modern humans diverged from Neanderthals and Denisovans by examining genetic differences in their DNA using a technique known as massively parallel reporter assay > https://bit.ly/33PZ8FC

The spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 conceals itself with an ‘invisibility cloak’ of glycans. HFSP grantee Gerhard Hummer and...
06/05/2021

The spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 conceals itself with an ‘invisibility cloak’ of glycans. HFSP grantee Gerhard Hummer and colleagues used computational methods to identify weak spots in this cloak as possible targets of therapeutics and vaccines > https://bit.ly/3nQU2SJ

The spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 conceals itself with an ‘invisibility cloak’ of glycans. HFSP grantee Gerhard Hummer and colleagues used computational methods to identify weak spots in this cloak as possible targets of therapeutics and vaccines > https://bit.ly/3nQU2SJ

HFSP Long-Term Fellow Tanvi Deora and colleagues at University of Washington reveal how moths use a novel structure, the...
03/05/2021

HFSP Long-Term Fellow Tanvi Deora and colleagues at University of Washington reveal how moths use a novel structure, the proboscis, in tactile sensing and learning by exploiting cues from flowers > https://bit.ly/3tdEOIu

HFSP Long-Term Fellow Tanvi Deora and colleagues at University of Washington reveal how moths use a novel structure, the proboscis, in tactile sensing and learning by exploiting cues from flowers > https://bit.ly/3tdEOIu

The world’s smallest primate reveals the incredible preservation of our visual system through millions of years of evolu...
29/04/2021

The world’s smallest primate reveals the incredible preservation of our visual system through millions of years of evolution. HFSP grantees Daniel Huber at Université de Genève and Fabien Pifferi at Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle provide insights into the origins of primate vision > https://bit.ly/3gNTgUU

The world’s smallest primate reveals the incredible preservation of our visual system through millions of years of evolution. HFSP grantees Daniel Huber at Université de Genève and Fabien Pifferi at Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle provide insights into the origins of primate vision > https://bit.ly/3gNTgUU

HFSP fellow Madhumala Sadanandappa of Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and colleagues unravel the cellular and beh...
27/04/2021

HFSP fellow Madhumala Sadanandappa of Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and colleagues unravel the cellular and behavioral mechanisms that underlie innate recognition of predator threat in #drosophila > https://bit.ly/3nr4LTF

HFSP fellow Madhumala Sadanandappa of Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and colleagues unravel the cellular and behavioral mechanisms that underlie innate recognition of predator threat in #drosophila > https://bit.ly/3nr4LTF

HFSP grantees Marie-Anne Felix at École normale supérieure - PSL and Andrew Mugler at University of Pittsburgh Departmen...
26/04/2021

HFSP grantees Marie-Anne Felix at École normale supérieure - PSL and Andrew Mugler at University of Pittsburgh Department of Physics and Astronomy and colleagues show that spatial perturbations at the organismal level can change spatial arrangement at the cell level, especially when position is based on a temporal mechanism > https://bit.ly/3tTaxjt

HFSP grantees Marie-Anne Felix at École normale supérieure - PSL and Andrew Mugler at University of Pittsburgh Department of Physics and Astronomy and colleagues show that spatial perturbations at the organismal level can change spatial arrangement at the cell level, especially when position is based on a temporal mechanism > https://bit.ly/3tTaxjt

HFSP research grant alumnus Michael Meyer-Hermann is playing a central role in Germany's management of the Covid-19 pand...
23/04/2021

HFSP research grant alumnus Michael Meyer-Hermann is playing a central role in Germany's management of the Covid-19 pandemic by using mathematical modelling to predict the spread of SARS-CoV-2 > https://bit.ly/3gx3ngG

HFSP research grant alumnus Michael Meyer-Hermann is playing a central role in Germany's management of the Covid-19 pandemic by using mathematical modelling to predict the spread of SARS-CoV-2 > https://bit.ly/3gx3ngG

20/04/2021

2022 HFSP fellowship applications: HFSP implements a two-step submission procedure for fellowship applications > https://bit.ly/3eeK7C8

The recently announced 2021 HFSP fellowships and research grants have caused much excitement on social media! We are com...
19/04/2021

The recently announced 2021 HFSP fellowships and research grants have caused much excitement on social media! We are compiling a list of press releases from our new awardees’ institutions > https://bit.ly/3swlTbw

The recently announced 2021 HFSP fellowships and research grants have caused much excitement on social media! We are compiling a list of press releases from our new awardees’ institutions > https://bit.ly/3swlTbw

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Research Grants are awarded for novel collaborations involving extensive collaboration among teams of scientists working in different countries and in different disciplines. Two types of grants are available: Young Investigator Grants and Program Grants.

Postdoctoral Fellowships are available for scientists who wish to work in foreign laboratories, with emphasis on individuals early in their careers who wish to obtain training in a different field of research. Fellows who return to their home countries are eligible to apply for a Career Development Award.

Cross-Disciplinary Fellowships: Cross-disciplinary fellowships are intended for postdoctoral fellows with a Ph.D. degree in the physical sciences, chemistry, mathematics, engineering and computer sciences who wish to receive training in biology.

HFSP funding programs start at the postdoctoral level. No support is available for undergraduate or PhD students. In addition we do not provide travel grants for attending conferences.

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