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The Kavli Institute Fellowships

The Institute’s fellowship program is intended for outstanding scientists early in their careers, and will host promising scholars from around the globe for stays of up to five years. Fellows will be free to pursue their own independent research as well as taking part in the world-class flagship projects led by distinguished Cambridge scientists.

To apply for a position as a Kavli Institute Fellow, please check the Vacancies page for opening positions.

Fellows starting in 2019:

  • Eric Baxter
  • Vid Irsic
  • Nicolas Laporte
  • Michalis Agathos
  • Mathias Nowak

Current Kavli Fellows:

Previous Kavli Fellows:

  • Mustafa Amin
  • George Becker
  • Anastasia Fialkov
  • Tommaso Giannantonio
  • Carrie MacTavish
  • Ian McCarthy
  • Daan Meerburg
  • Benjamin Moster
  • Adam Muzzin
  • Kazuaki Ota
  • Ewald Puchwein
  • Michele Trenti
  • Amoury Triaud

The Kavli Institute also hosts recipients of other prestigious fellowships:

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