Internal Studentships

Internal studentships award $10,000 for MSc students and $12,000 for PhD students.

MSc2 students who are not fast-tracking to a doctoral program and students who are PhD5 or beyond are not eligible to apply.

ELAINE BÉLANGER GRADUATE STUDENTSHIP IN MEDICAL RESEARCH

Established in 2003 by a bequest from Elaine Bélanger for a graduate student pursuing medical research. Awarded by the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science’s Postgraduate Awards Committee.

Value: Varies

MAX E. BINZ FELLOWSHIP

Established from the estate of the late Max E. Binz, who was born in Switzerland, immigrated to Canada in 1930, established a suc-cessful textile company, and became a generous benefactor of McGill University.

Eligibility: The fellowship is open to all students in degree programs in graduate studies. No citizenship restrictions.

Value: Varies

HUGH E. BURKE RESEARCH FUND

Established in 1972 for medical research with preference given to requests for financial assistance for full-time graduate students.

Value: Varies

GERALD CLAVET FELLOWSHIPS IN MEDICINE

Established in 2008 from the estate of the late Gerald Clavet.

Eligibility: Awarded on the basis of academic merit by Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies upon nomination by the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences to outstanding graduate students.

Value: Varies

ESTHER CUSHING FELLOWSHIP

Established in 1992 for a student working towards a Master's or Doctoral degree in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.

Value: Varies

DR. ARTHUR H. JUDSON FELLOWSHIPS

Established by a bequest from Frances Catherine Judson in memory of her husband. To be awarded by the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences' Postgraduate Awards Committee to graduate students as part of the Faculty’s internal studentships.

Value: Varies

G. RUTHERFORD CAVERHILL FELLOWSHIP

Established in 1943 by Mrs. Rutherford Caverhill for full-time graduate study and training in the Department of Medicine.

Value: Varies

ELIZABETH STEFFEN MEMORIAL AWARD

Established in 1995 by a bequest of the late Elizabeth Steffen, M.D. 1945, and awarded by the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences to contribute to the support of a full-time graduate student pursuing research in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.

Value: Varies

Studentships (Special)

IRMA H. BAUER RESEARCH FUND

The income from a bequest by the late Irma H. Bauer to be used for the support of a full-time graduate student doing research in the field of epilepsy.

Key Words: Field of epilepsy

Value: Varies

J.P. COLLIP FELLOWSHIP IN MEDICAL RESEARCH

Eligibility: Fellowships are awarded for studies at McGill in Anatomy and Cell Biology, Bacteriology, Biochemistry, Histology, Pathology, Pharmacology or Physiology. Candidates must be full-time graduate students (M.Sc. or Ph.D.) in one of these subjects.

Key words: Anatomy and Cell Biology, Bacteriology, Biochemistry, Histology, Pathology, Pharmacology or Physiology

Value: Varies

RUTH AND ALEX DWORKIN SCHOLARSHIP

Established in 1989, the Ruth and Alex Dworkin Fund will provide scholarships to students, doing postgraduate work in the field of Oncology, who would not be able to pursue their studies in the absence of financial assistance. Students will be selected by the Postgraduate Awards Committee.

Key Words: Oncology

Value: Varies

FERRING PHARMACEUTICALS FELLOWSHIPS

Established in 2008 by Ferring Pharmaceuticals.

Eligibility: In support of one or more outstanding graduate students pursuing research in the areas of Urology, Gastroenterology or Fertility. Awarded by Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies upon recom­mendation from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences to a student in either Ph.D. or M.D. /Ph.D. program.

Key Words: Urology, Gastroenterology or Fertility

Value:Varies

FRIENDS OF MCGILL FELLOWSHIP

The fellowship is made available through the McGill Development program by the Friends of McGill Inc., New York.

Eligibility: Open to graduate students in any discipline who are citizens of the United States of America.

Value: $10,000

Key Words: Citizens of the United States of America.

GERSHMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Established in 1965 to record the bequest of funds from the Estate of Fannie Gershman as a memorial to her late husband Mr. Icko Gershman and herself. The income from this endowment is to be used for scholarships in the field of cancer research.

Key Words: Cancer research

Value: Varies

CLAUDE J.P. GIROUD BURSARY IN ENDOCRINOLOGY

Established by a bequest from Alix Auzolle Giroud in memory of her son, Dr. Claude J.P. Giroud, former professor of Experimental Medicine at McGill.

Eligibility: Awarded on a competitive basis to a full-time graduate student pursuing research in Endocrinology.

Key Words: Endocrinology

Value: Varies

SHUK-TAK LIANG FELLOWSHIPS IN MEDICINE

Established in 2010 by Shuk-Tak Liang, B.Sc. 1969, M.D.,C.M. 1973.

Eligibility: Awarded by Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences to a graduate student in any discipline in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.

Value:Varies

DR. JOHN A. LUNDIE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP

Established in 2003 by a bequest by Dr. John A. Lundie for a graduate student pursuing cancer research.

Eligibility: Awarded by the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science's Postgraduate Awards Committee. Preference shall be given to candidates pursuing research in the causes and/or cure of cancer.

Key Words: Cancer Research/ Cure of Cancer

Value: Varies

SAMUEL LUPOVITCH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Eligibility: Open to full-time graduate students who are principally engaged in research on the physiology of the blood or its diseases.

Key Words: Physiology of the blood or its diseases

Value: Varies

HUNTLEY MACDONALD SINCLAIR

To provide support for a Chinese student who is ordinarily resident and domiciled in the Peoples Republic of China and who is presently studying at the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University. This account will be supported by the Huntley MacDonald Sinclair will trust and the funds distributed through the Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Sons Ltd., Bermuda. Funds will be used to support a graduate student.

Key Words: Chinese Student

Value: Varies

JOHN MCCRAE FELLOWSHIP

Eligibility: Intended for graduate students of any approved medical school in the fields relating to surgery, urology, otolaryngology, radiology, etc.

Key Words: Surgery, urology, otolaryngology, radiology

Value: Varies

ALEXANDER MCFEE FELLOWSHIP

Eligibility: Open to graduates of any approved university who are resident full time candidates for higher degrees or diplomas at McGill. The award will be made in Physics, Chemistry, and Medical Sciences (with preference for Cancer research).

Key Words: Physics, Chemistry, and Medical Sciences (with preference for Cancer research).

Value: Varies

JAMES O. AND MARIA MEADOWS SCHOLARSHIP

Established to support graduate research preferably in the field of Cancer, but worthy candidates working in other areas of medical or surgical research will also be considered.

Key Words: Cancer, medical or surgical research

Value: Varies

F.S.B. MILLER MEMORIAL FUND

Established in 1982 to provide support for Genetic and Viral research in Neurobiology.

Key words: Genetic and Viral research in Neurobiology

Value: Varies

GORDON PHILLIPS FUND

This fund provides a scholarship open to graduate students involved in cardiovascular research.

Key words: Cardiovascular research

Value: Varies

JOSEPH SCHUBERT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Eligibility: For graduates of any approved medical school who are principally engaged in full-time graduate studies on the physiology of the heart or its diseases.

Key Words: Physiology of the heart or its diseases.

Value: Varies

JEANNETTE AND ABRAM VICTOR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Eligibility: Open to full-time graduate students who are principally engaged in research on the physiology of the heart or its diseases.

Key words: Physiology of the heart or its diseases

Value: Varies

HARRISON WATSON SCHOLARSHIP

Established in 1953 by a bequest from the late Harrison Watson and Ruth Appleton Watson in memory of their only son, Captain Aubrey Wentworth Harrison Watson, D.S.O., M.C. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage research into the causes and cures of tuberculosis and other diseases of an allied character.

Key Words: Tuberculosis

Value: Varies

Prizes

SAMUEL S. LERNER MEMORIAL AWARD (Graduate Prize)

Established in 2002 by a bequest from Grace Bernice Lerner in memory of her husband, Samuel S. Lerner.

Eligibility: Awarded by the office of the Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Research of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, to outstanding graduate students pursuing cancer research.

Key words: Cancer Research

Value: Minimum $250
 

CHARLES JAMES PATTON, M.D., AND ELIZABETH ROSS

PATTON MEMORIAL PRIZE (Graduate Prize)

Established in 2003 by a bequest from Charles Francis Patton in memory of his parents, Charles James Patton, M.D., and Elizabeth Ross Patton.

Eligibility: Awarded by the postgraduate awards committee to an outstanding graduate student for excellence in medical research

Value: Minimum $400
 

 

 

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