The African Academy of Sciences Affiliates Programme


The African Academy of Sciences is inviting applications for the AAS Affiliates Programme. Current AAS Affiliates at the 2018 Convention in Oxford, UK

The AAS Affiliates Programme seeks early and mid-career scientists who demonstrate excellence in their development and application of science in Africa. These individuals become Affiliates of The AAS for a period of five years during which they receive individualised professional development support and join a wider community of science leaders on the African continent.

Please note that the process now allows individuals to apply directly instead of being nominated by senior scientists.


  • Must be an African national

  • Must have obtained their PhD in the last 10 years

  • Must have substantial postdoctoral research experience

  • Must be aged 40 years and below by the 31st December of that year. Individual considerations will be made for female candidates above 40 years who have had career interruptions

  • Must be residing in or affiliated with an African higher education or research institution

  • Female candidates and candidates from under-represented disciplines and countries are especially encouraged to apply.

Please visit The AAS website for more details on the call and details of how to apply or click here

The application closes on 15 July 2019, 1800 Hrs East African Time.

0 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program

As one of the world’s leading academic institutions, Harvard University is committed to supporting top-quality Postdoctoral Fellows who will contribute to the University's mission of excellence in tea

Axiom Pan-African Cancer Research Array

Driving deeper insights into genetic factors associated with cancer Array content summary The Applied Biosystems™ Axiom™ Pan-African Cancer Research Array was developed with the Men of African Descent

MADCaP Network
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
450 Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

Supported by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

MADCaP is grant-funded by the National Cancer Institute

© Copyright 2016-2020 

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Use of MADCaP is subject to our terms of use and our privacy policy.