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GESA Postgraduate Medical Research Scholarship, Australia: gastroenterology or hepatology disorders

The award is designed for candidates at an early stage in their careers, for example (but not confined to) advanced trainees who have completed core clinical training at the time of taking up the scholarship.

The major conditions and the stipends for this scholarship are identical to those of the NHMRC Research Scholarships.


The applicant is required to:

* Read, understand and agree to all the requirements listed in the 2011 instruction booklet;
* Be a current financial member of the Gastroenterological Society of Australia, defined as “confirmed as a financial member of the society prior to applying for the award”;
* Attend the next Australian Gastroenterology Week (AGW) following notification of the award and in each year of tenure; and
* Correctly complete the application form and lodge it with attachments prior to the closing date.

The proposed supervisor is required to be a current financial member of the Gastroenterological Society of Australia at the time of submission of the application.

It is preferred that applicants intend pursing a career in gastroenterology or hepatology. However, the research committee reserves the right to evaluate each application on a case-by-case basis.

Scholarship ApplicationDeadline:31 August 2011

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Leslie Wilson Research Scholarships 2011 for PhD Studies, UK

The College invites applications for a Leslie Wilson Research Scholarship from well-qualified candidates
who will be studying at the University of Cambridge for a PhD Degree. The Scholarship is tenable for up to three years from 1 October 2011 and there is no restriction of the field of study. Candidates must have graduated at a University before 1 October 2011. While consideration will normally be restricted to those who have obtained, or who have a strong prospect of obtaining, a first-class Honours degree (or its equivalent), evidence of subsequent intellectual development will be taken into account.
In determining the value of the Scholarships in individual cases, the College will take into account candidates’ income from all sources. A maximum award of ca. £19,340 per year be made to a Scholar who has no other sources of finance as follows:
Maintenance grant: £13,650 (estimate) (maximum award; see below)
University fees: £ 3,440
College fees: £ 2,250 (estimate)

Scholarship Application Deadline:2 May 2011

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PhD Scholarships Positions in College of Science and Engineering, UK

The College of Science and Engineering is pleased to announce the availability of College postgraduate research scholarships for PhD registration in 2011. These prestigious scholarships are highly competitive and we seek candidates who can demonstrate excellence in a single discipline or cross-disciplinary expertise.The scholarship will be for up to three and a half years and will meet the cost of fees (at the home-EU level) and provide a stipend at the Research Council recommended rates (currently £13,590 for 2010/11).
Eligibility: The College Scholarship is open to home/EU/International applicants. They are available for PhD applications in all disciplines within the College of Science and Engineering. Prospective candidates must have secured the support of a PhD supervisor prior to application.

Scholarship Application Deadline: 28 February 2011

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