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CGS Awards for Foundation Year Doctors & Medical Students

posted on Tuesday, 22nd October 2013   |   Tagged: bursaries,medical students,junior doctors

CGS AWARDS FOR FOUNDATION YEAR DOCTORS AND MEDICAL STUDENTS

PURPOSE: TO ENCOURAGE INTEREST IN CLINICAL GENETICS AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS AND FOUNDATION YEAR DOCTORS.

MEDICAL STUDENTS

Annual essay prize: The best essay will be awarded a prize of £300 and will be published in the CGS section of the British Society of Genetic Medicine Newsletter. Click here for details. Closing date: 31  March (each year).

Annual elective bursaries: Two awards of up to £350 will be provided to assist with electives in Clinical Genetics in the UK or overseas. A short report must be written for the CGS section of the British Society of Genetic Medicine Newsletter. Applications to be submitted to the CGS Secretary by 1 December.

 

FOUNDATION YEAR DOCTORS

Annual elective bursaries: Two awards of up to £350 will be provided to assist with work placements or electives  in Clinical Genetics in the UK or overseas. A short report must be written for the CGS section of the British Society of Genetic Medicine Newsletter. Applications to be submitted to the CGS Secretary by 1 March.

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