The Dr. J.L. Dobberke Foundation for Comparative Psychology supports research on behavioural biology, in particular animal behaviour studies.
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 subsidises research in the fields of behavioural biology and comparative psychology, in so far as such research focuses on animal behaviour. The Foundation also awards grants to cover the cost of study trips, the organisation of symposiums, and publications.
It does not subsidise conference attendance or standard research costs, such as salaries. The Foundation does not fund research in the fields of human neurobiology or human psychology.
Behavioural biology; comparative psychology focusing on animal behaviour
Who is it for?
University graduates or PhDs who are Dutch nationals or who work for a Dutch research institution
How to apply?
Applications are not being accepted at this time.