Canadian Liver Foundation: Graduate & Summer Studentships
The Canadian Liver Foundation Graduate Studentship Program enables academically superior students to undertake full-time studies in a Canadian University in a discipline relevant to the objectives of the Foundation.
The applicants must be accepted into a full-time university graduate science program in a medically-related discipline related to a Masters or Doctoral degree and hold a record of superior academic performance in studies relevant to the proposed training. Canadian citizens, landed immigrants and permanent residents will receive first consideration.
Applicants must be sponsored by a faculty supervisor with a record of productive medical research and sufficient competitively acquired research funding to ensure the satisfactory conduct of the student's research during the term of the award.
Level of Funding
The award will be $20,000 per year. Payment of the award will be in the form of equal quarterly instalments, the first on or about September 1.
The Canadian Liver Foundation Summer Studentship Program provides an opportunity for a limited number of well-motivated students with records of strong academic performance to participate in liver-related research. Applicants must be registered at a Canadian institution in an undergraduate degree program. Canadian citizens, landed immigrants and permanent residents will receive first consideration.
A limit of two applications may be sponsored by a faculty supervisor, who must have a record of productive medical research related to the liver and adequate research funding, and who must be prepared to provide the student with direct supervision during the term of the award.
Level of Funding
The award will be $3500 for the student’s stipend plus $500 for supplies. Payment of the award will be made on or about June 1, to the sponsoring institution. Each award will be for any three summer months (May-August).
For more information about these opportunities and how to apply visit: http://www.liver.ca/liver-education-liver-research/research/grant-programs/submission-guidelines.aspx
_____________________________________________________________________________________INTERNAL Internal Deadline: March 25, 2013 - Office of Research Services – Ornella McCarron, Grants Officer
External Deadline: April 2, 2013 – Submit a)PDF file of your entire grant application (less transcripts and reference letter(s)) by email to Billie Potkonjak at firstname.lastname@example.org b) the original hard copy of your entire application must be received at the CLF National Officein Markham, Ont.