The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh offers a number of grants to Fellows and Members, including Small Research Support Grants, Grants for Travel such as the Ethicon Foundation Short Term Clinical Visit Grants and Ethicon Foundation Fund Travel Grants, and Ophthalmology Grants.
Small Research Pump Priming Grants
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh invites applications for Small Research Pump Priming Grants, up to £10,000, from surgical trainees and recently appointed consultants. The principle applicant must be a Member or Fellow of the College in good standing.
Grants are awarded for pump priming projects for a period of one year only and research project submissions should satisfy one or more of the College's four priority areas for research:
- Surgical and Dental translational research
- Surgical and Dental health services research
- Research into Surgical and Dental aspects of patient safety, simulation and non-operative technical skills
- Cancer research of demonstrable direct clinical relevance to the management of solid tumours
It is a condition of the award that a progress report is sent to the College on completion of the period of research.
Closing date Wednesday 16 June 2021
Faculty of Dental Surgery Grants for Education
The Faculty of Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh supports educational endeavours for individuals who are Affiliates, Members and Fellows of the Dental Faculty and/or the Faculty of Dental Trainers. Grants (up to £3,000) will be available to defray expenses for those undertaking an appropriate educational qualification.
Closing date Wednesday 23 June 2021
Further information from Cathy McCartney: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ethicon Foundation Fund Travel Grants
Ethicon Foundation Fund Travel Grants are awarded to Fellows or Members of the College in good standing, as a contribution towards international travel costs to further enhance a specialty skill or experience which is not normally available in the applicant's own hospital, for a period of between 6 weeks and 12 months (though visits of up to 24 months may be considered). The grant is intended to cover the cost of one economy class return journey up to a value of £1,000.
Successful applicants will normally be Fellows or Members in training grade appointments but more senior applications may be considered at the discretion of the Board. Travel for the sole purpose of attending a scientific meeting will not be supported, and retrospective requests for grants not considered. Applicants must have obtained prior approval for the visit from the appropriate training authority in the country of application. Reports from beneficiaries of these awards can be found here.
Applications are now closed
Further information from Cathy McCartney: email@example.com or +44 131 527 1618.
Major Ophthalmology Grants, sponsored by RCSEd and Sight Scotland
Major Ophthalmology Grants are sponsored by the College and Sight Scotland These grants are awarded for Research carried out from Ophthalmologists currently working in Scotland, and all Members and Fellows of the College in good standing.
Applications are now closed.
Further information: Cathy McCartney: firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 131 527 1618.