Bowman Corning Crowell Award
Established in 1979 by a bequest from Frances B. Crowell, the Bowman Corning Crowell Award is awarded by a committee in the Department of Pathology to a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow (research or clinical work). The award is competitive, based on merit and excellence. The criteria for selection are determined by a committee appointed by the Chair. Value: varies.
Robert More Award
Established in 1997 from a bequest of the late Miss Dorothy Brown, the Robert More Award is competitive, based on merit and excellence. It is awarded by the committee of the Department of Pathology to a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow. Value: Minimum $8,000.
Sean Murphy Award – Ophthalmic Pathology
This is a joint endowment award with the Robert H. More Award in Pathology. This award is competitive, based on merit and excellence. The award consists of a one-year fellowship with either a Residency or previous ophthalmic experience, clinical or visual sciences. The selection will be determined by a committee appointment by the Chair.
Dr. James Douglas Fellowship
This is a permanent endowment fund for the establishment and maintenance of research. Value: varies.
For additional information on these awards, please contact Dr. Edith Zorychta, Graduate Program Director, Department of Pathology at 514-398-7192, extension 00515, email: edith [dot] zorychta [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Edith.Zorychta)edith [dot] zorychta [at] mcgill [dot] ca ( )