DOROTHY is a postdoctoral research programme open to researchers from all disciplines who wish to focus on research into public health crises.

Under the scheme, 25 researchers will be awarded a 3-year postdoctoral fellowship, with a total value of €5.5 million.

Find out more about Dorothy

The second call for DOROTHY COFUND applications will open later this year.

See our ‘About’ and ‘Applying’ pages for further details.

Dorothy Stopford-Price

Dorothy Stopford Price was an Irish physician who was key to the elimination of childhood tuberculosis in Ireland by introducing the BCG vaccine.

Who was Dorothy Stopford-Price


Call Documentation and FAQs

Click the button below to access the Call Documentation and FAQs.

It is anticipated that these FAQs will be a ‘living document’ that will be regularly updated in response to questions received by the IRC, HRB and/or EPA. It is therefore recommended that applicants refer back to the document regularly during the application process.


Developing Interdisciplinary Approaches to Health Crises

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