Veterinary pathology bursaries
The Veterinary Pathology SAC has compiled a list of funding opportunities designed to support travel and research for academics, practitioners and trainees in the specialty.
The European Division of the Davis Thompson DVM Foundation symposium awards
Five awards were available to attend the European Division Pathology Symposium in September 2019. Each award comprised a grant of €500 towards the cost of travel and accommodation. There was no registration fee. These scholarship awards were open to veterinary pathologists in training in European veterinary schools or research institutes. Preference was given to applicants who were studying for higher degrees or who wished to gain further qualifications in pathology. Applicants were asked to send a Curriculum Vitae giving full details of their pathology experience and career plans together with a nomination by their Head of Department to the conference co-organiser Dr Simon Priestnall at firstname.lastname@example.org. The 2019 closing date for applications was 30 June 2019.
British Society of Toxicological Pathology travel bursaries
The British Society of Toxicological Pathology provide travel bursaries to attend the BSTP Continuing Education Symposiums and other meetings organised by the BSTP, which are available annually.
JCP Educational Trust Junior Travel Bursaries
The trust has an active programme of awarding travel bursaries to enable junior scientists working in the broad field of animal pathology (e.g. undertaking either a pathology residency or PhD programme) to attend and present their work at an approved conference (bursary value GBP500) or to make a short visit to another institution to learn a particular skill or undertake a specific research study (bursary value up to GBP3000).
Society of Toxicologic Pathology student travel bursaries and research awards
Student travel bursaries and research awards
Pet Savers research grants
These grants are available to qualified veterinary surgeons to enable them to undertake small scale clinical research in small animals kept as pets, with the ultimate objective to advance understanding of the causes and/or management of a clinical disorder. At least one applicant on each proposal must be a qualified veterinary surgeon. Applications from practitioners, academics as well as joint applications between veterinary surgeons in practice and academia are all welcome. Funding of between £1,000 and £8,000 is available. These funds can be used to pay for research expenses and consumables but not for the researcher’s time.