Lady Tata Memorial Trust

Deadline: 01/03/2001
September 29, 2003

The trustees of the Lady Tata Memorial Trust invite applications for awards for personal support for research on leukaemia, in the academic year beginning October 1 2001. Awards will be restricted to studies of the leukaemogenic viruses, the epidemiology, pathogenesis and immunology of leukaemia. Awards are open to suitably qualified investigators of any nationality. Priority will be given to those intending to move to other centres with a view to establishing scientific collaboration between different laboratories.

Awards in recent years have usually been between £15,000 and £20,000 per annum and are usually tenable for one year in the first instance. To obtain a copy of the application form, download as an RTF file or send a self-addressed envelope to Professor D Catovsky.
Contact: Professor D Catovsky, Secretary of the Scientific Advisory Committee
Address: Lady Tata Memorial Trust, Academic Department of Haematology & Cytogenetics, The Royal Marsden Hospital, Fulham Road, London SW3 6JJ
Telephone: - Fax: 020 7351 6420

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