Belinda Scott Fellowship Programme
BCFNZ Belinda Scott Fellowship Programme is a medical research grant awarded each year to fund innovative research by a New Zealand scientist or clinician. The grant funds the scientists or clinician to pursue research that improves breast cancer survival or detection, or gives survivors relief from the long-term effects of their treatment.
This year two breast cancer researchers – one at the top of her field and the other a promising newbie – have been awarded 2017 fellowships by the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. The fellowships are worth $80,000 each.
We are not currently accepting applications for the BCFNZ Belinda Scott Fellowship Programme. Information on the next round, and relevant application forms, will be posted here later in the year.
CLOSED: BCFNZ Belinda Scott Clinical Fellowship: advanced clinical training/practice or clinical research (i.e. patient-oriented research, involving direct interactions with human subjects, including therapeutic interventions, pilots or clinical trials).
CLOSED: BCFNZ Belinda Scott Science Fellowship: translational or basic science research, promoting advances in significant potential to advance our understanding of breast cancer, and lead to reductions in breast cancer incidence and/or mortality.