British Association for Cancer Relief

Deadline: 28/02/2002
September 29, 2003

BACR Travel Fellowships
Purpose: these fellowships enable BACR members to visit institutions other than their own for the purposes of lecture tours, courses or to carry out collaborative work. They are not available for meetings or conferences. Visits may be abroad or within the UK and the fellowships may be used for travel and/or living expenses. Value: up to a maximum of £1,500 Eligibility: available to individuals under 35 years of age, who have been BACR members for at least one year.

BACR Mid-Career Fellowships
Purpose: to provide funds to support travel to a laboratory and reasonable subsistence costs, to enable the applicant to perform some experimental work which might advance an on-going programme or facilitate a collaboration which may lead to new programmes of work. The fellowships are not intended to support attendance at a meeting; they are strictly for the support of a period of hands-on science. Value: up to a maximum of £2,500. Eligibility: available to members of at least 5 years standing and who are over 35 years old.

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