The host organisation makes a valuable contribution to the process by covering bench fees and day-to-day consumables. The host organisation also provides a supervisor to oversee the research work and provide appropriate technical assistance.
The host organisation will become the employer of the Fellow, determines the salary level, and is responsible for all appropriate insurances, terms and conditions of work, intellectual property rights and associated matters relating to the employment of a researcher. The Daphne Jackson Trust does not have any obligations, duties or commitments within the employment contract between the Fellow and the host organisation other than on an advisory basis.
If you would like to find out more about hosting a Daphne Jackson Fellow and have a particular organisation in mind, please contact us.