Pathologists searching for a fellowship to assist the funding of their research after their first 10 years of initial training will want to apply for the Gordon Signy Fellowship. This fellowship was established in 1975 by the World Pathology Foundation in honor of Gordon Signy, it provides pathologists with limited resources the funds needed to visit laboratories around the world.
Each year World Pathology Foundation trustees decide how many fellowships will be offered, for 2016 two fellowships will be granted. The Gordon Signy Fellowship awards $5,000 in two installments during the fellowship period. Individuals from around the world are able to apply for this fellowship but must commence training in a country outside of their home country and return home following the completion of their fellowship.
Find out more information on this fellowship before the June 30th deadline. The winner of this fellowship will be announced prior to September 15, 2015.
If you’re not sure that you meet the eligibility for this scholarship the following StudyPortal definitions might help:
Student: “A student is a person that is currently registered for and studying a full program of at least 1 academic year at a higher education institute that is recognized by the competent authorities in the respective area.”
Higher Education Institute: “A higher education institute can be a university, university of applied sciences, college, or business school with the following properties: It admits as regular students only persons with a high school diploma or equivalent; or admits as regular students persons who are beyond the age of compulsory school attendance. It can be a public, private, or non-profit organization. It is accredited or pre-accredited and is authorized by the competent authorities in the respective country, state or other area of operation.”
Check out the full terms and conditions of the StudyPortals Scholarship and how to apply.
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