Reginald G Reid/Graham-Hodgson Scholarship

Background:

Formed in 1994, by the combination of two awards endowed by Reginald G Reid and Graham-Hodgson, this scholarship is awarded to a clinical radiologists to learn a new technique, develop a field of interest or to further a research project.

Nature:

The Scholarship is intended to assist with expenses incurred in visiting a centre, either in the United Kingdom or abroad, in order to study a new technique, develop a field of interest related to the applicant's own work or further a research project. Projects should be of at least three weeks' duration. At the end of the Scholarship, the successful applicant will be required to submit a report to The Royal College of Radiologists.

Funding:

Up to £1,500. Due note will be taken of other sources of funding obtained by applicants.

Eligibility:

The Scholarship is open to clinical radiologist Fellows holding appointments of any grade in the United Kingdom.

To apply: 

Candidates must submit their application form, along with a CV and letter(s) of support. Applications are made in open competition and the Scholarship is awarded by the Specialty Training Board based on the recommendation of an assessment panel. 

A list of past recipients is available and along with recipients past experience of the scholarship.

Enquiries about the scholarship should be directed to qatraining@rcr.ac.uk