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Scholarships and Awards

Scholarships and Awards

Researcher Scholarships

 Tenovus Scotland, from time to time, invites applications which are issued through the Universities and Medical Schools:

  • The Princess Royal Tenovus Scotland Medical Research Scholarship is a national initiative to fund talented PhD medical students for three years of full-time study
  • The Moulton-Barrett Research Scholarship is a Grampian region initiative to fund talented PhD medical students for four years of full-time study
  •  The Tenovus Scotland Research Scholarship is a cross region initiative to fund talented PhD medical students for three years of full-time study

A Call is now open in the Tayside reqion for Tenovus Scotland Research Studentships Grants with a closing date of Friday 31 January 2020. The maximum sum is £90,000 for a three year PhD studentship. Supervisors can apply with or without a nominated student starting from 1 September 2020.

Applications to:

Ms Y Gormley
Regional Grants Administrator
Tenovus Scotland Tayside

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Closing date: 31 January 2020      

Grant amount: up to £90,000

Researcher Awards:

  • The Sir Robin MacLellan Award is awarded annually for the research final report that is judged to be the most outstanding for the year
  • The Sir Roddy MacSween Medal is an annual award limited to pathology intercalated degree students at the University of Glasgow

  • The Lady Margaret MacLellan Award is awarded to the best research carried out in Scotland in a nominated field and is made every two years

  • The Lady Illingworth Trust Prize Award is awarded periodically to a person or persons who have made an outstanding contribution to the understanding of the disabilities which affect elderly people within the British Isles

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As an Early Career Researcher, the award of a small project grant from Tenovus Scotland has been the critical first step towards me establishing my own independent research programme, in an area I am passionate about.

Dr Jennifer Greaves
Strathclyde


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