MS International Federation McDonald Fellowships for Developing Countries in UK, 2015

If you have questions about this aid arises, please visit the official source and ask your questions directly to the center.

MS International Federation is awarding a number of McDonald Fellowships to young researchers from emerging countries. Fellowships enable the recipient to travel to an established research institution to work with leading researchers in MS with a view to returning to their own country to establish a programme of MS research. The fellowship consists of a two-year grant, around UK £30,000 per year, to cover travel and living costs, and an additional contribution of UK £2,000 per year to the host institution. The deadline for nominations is 30 June 2015.. Professor McDonald had a monumental impact on MS research, treatment and understanding, providing invaluable breakthroughs in the field. He was a member of the MS International Federation’s International medical and scientific board from 1980 and its chairman from 1999 to 2003. The McDonald Fellowship was formerly known as the Du Pré Fellowship. Every year the MS International Federation offers a number of McDonald Fellowships to young researchers from emerging countries*. Fellowships enable the recipient to travel to an established research institution to work with leading researchers in MS, with a view to returning to their own country to establish a programme of MS research that involves the application of the newly learned techniques. The fellowship consists of a two-year grant, around UK £30,000 per year, to cover travel and living costs, and an additional contribution of UK £2,000 per year to the host institution. In 2015, they will accept applications from all areas of research related to MS and encourage applications in the areas of symptom relief, rehabilitation and palliative care.. Fellowships are available to undertake two years research in MS.
The research areas of this scholarship are: The candidate’s focus of research should be an area of neuroscience relevant to MS.
Who can apply to this scholarship? Candidates must be under 35 at the time of application and must be citizens of an emerging country (all countries with a low, lower middle or upper middle income) as defined by the World Bank. Candidates must be working or studying in an emerging country at the time of nomination or working or studying in another country on a project which started within the six months prior to nomination or studying in another country on a project supported by an MS International Federation grant.
· The candidate’s focus of research should be an area of neuroscience relevant to MS. The research should be in an area that makes it likely that the studies and expertise can be transferred to the candidate’s home country.
Benefits of the scholarship: The fellowship consists of a two-year grant, around UK £30,000 per year, to cover travel and living costs, and an additional contribution of UK £2,000 per year to the host institution. The fellowship may also be used as a supplement for work related to MS by a candidate who has been accepted for training in a recognised institute (within the six months prior to nomination) but who doesn’t have enough money to cover the total cost.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: Fellowships are awarded for a period of two years. The MS International Federation requires a short report at the end of the first year of the fellowship. Second-year funding depends on the submission of this report.
Number of scholarships: A number of McDonald fellowships will be awarded.

Related scholarships