Dobberke Grant

The Dobberke grant of the Dr. J.L. Dobberke Foundation for Comparative Psychology is intended for research in the field of animal behaviour; this includes fields as behavioural biology and psychology.

The Dr. J.L. Dobberke Foundation was established by Ms S.L. van Stolk in 1950 and was transferred to the Academy in 2005. The Foundation is named after Dr J.L. Dobberke, a researcher who studied animal behaviour.

What does it cover?

The Dr. J.L. Dobberke Foundation awards the Dobberke grant to support research in the field of animal behaviour; this includes fields as behavioural biology and psychology.

The Dobberke grant is intended for research costs, costs of study trips and the organisation of symposia.

Conference attendance or standard research costs, such as salaries will not be covered. The Foundation does not fund research in the fields of human neurobiology or human psychology.

Disciplines

Animal behaviour; behavioural biology, psychology

Who is it for?

University graduates, PhD students and PhDs who are Dutch nationals and/or work at a research institution in the Netherlands.

How to apply?

You cannot submit applications at this time. A new application round will open in the summer of 2022.