The objective of the fellowship schemes is to provide opportunities to foster medical research and invest in the highest quality researchers and projects. These fellowships provide a vehicle for advanced training in health and medical research at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.

The RMH Margaret Henderson Women in Research Fellowship & The RMH Fight Cancer Foundation Fay Duncan Women in Research Fellowship

While the benefits of research have accrued to all people, the opportunity to do research has been limited for women and yet female clinicians are highly represented in the healthcare workforce. To address the gender balance in research we launched this program to create opportunities for young female scientists and clinicians to undertake research as part of their careers. The $50,000 prize will enable the recipient to carry out further research in their area of expertise. The RMH Fight Cancer Foundation Fay Duncan Women in Research Fellowship supports applications in the area of blood cancer research.

The RMH Allan Watt and Chris Geyer Oncology Fellowship

The aim of this fellowship is to provide salary support to mid-career clinicians to undertake research in the areas of liver or colorectal oncology and brain oncology. The prize is $75,000 per annum (includes total employment costs) at 0.4 EFT for two years, plus up to $10,000 towards running costs for the duration of the project.

The RMH DW Keir Fellowship in Medical Research

The aim of this prestigious fellowship is to provide an outstanding Australian researcher with the opportunity to undertake research within The Royal Melbourne Hospital. The two-year part time Fellowship will provide partial salary support and a contribution towards research-related expenses. The prize is $75,000 per annum (includes total employment costs) at 0.4 EFT for two years, plus up to $25,000 towards running costs for the duration of the project. This Fellowship is open to clinicians and scientists.

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