The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowships
Applications for the 2017 Churchill Fellowships open Tuesday 28 February 2017.
The Churchill Trust was established in 1965 to honour the memory of Sir Winston Churchill by awarding overseas research Fellowships known as 'Churchill Fellowships'. Since its inception The Churchill Trust has awarded Churchill Fellowships to more than 3,700 Australians who, like Churchill, are innovative, filled with a spirit of determination and possess a strong desire to benefit their community. Churchill Fellowships allow you to design your own research project, travel the world and further your knowledge in your chosen field, before returning to make a real contribution to Australian society.
Visit the Churchill Trust website for more information.
Applications closed Friday 28 April 2017
MSD Hubert Stuerzl Memorial Educational Award 2016
COGNO is pleased to call for applications for the MSD Hubert Stuerzl Memorial Educational Award 2016. The purpose of this award is to encourage education and training in the field of Neuro-Oncology and will provide up to $15,000 for the successful recipient to:
- Attend an international Neuro-Oncology scientific meeting
- Undertake a Neuro-Oncology Preceptorship during 2016-2017
The Award is open to applications from individuals with a clear interest in the field of Neuro-Oncology and includes:
- Advanced Trainees in Medical Oncology, Radiation Oncology and Neurosurgery
- Medical Oncologists, Radiation Oncologists and Neurosurgeons of no more than 5 years standing who are enrolled in full-time post-graduate research (PhD or MD)
For further details regarding the eligibility criteria, application requirements and selection criteria, please see the 2016 Hubert Stuerzl Award flyer.
Applications are now closed.
Cancer Institute NSW’s Premier’s Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research
This annual event is the State’s leading awards program that celebrates excellence and innovation in cancer research.
Visit the Cancer Institute NSW website for more information.
Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme
Applications for the 2016 Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme are now CLOSED.
Cancer Australia’s Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme is an annual national research grant scheme, which funds cancer research in identified priority areas to help reduce the impact of cancer in the community and improve outcomes for people affected by cancer. Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research grants will support Australian researchers to work collaboratively to generate evidence, increase knowledge, and improve the translation of research into policy and practice in identified priority areas. All applications for funding by Cancer Australia and its Funding Partners are submitted and reviewed through the NHMRC Project Grants funding scheme.
Visit the Cancer Australia website for more information.
Applications are now closed.