Junior Travelling Fellowships

The WFN Junior Travelling Fellowships are awarded to young neurologists from countries classified by the World Bank as Low or Lower Middle Income, to attend approved international meetings.  

Applications for 2019

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JFT 2017

This year the WFN is again able to offer Junior Travelling Fellowships for young neurologists from countries classified by the World Bank as Low or Lower Middle Income, to attend approved international meetings. 

Applications for 2019 would be most welcome.

There will be 30 awards; applicants should be neurologists in training or early in their career, have an M.D. degree or equivalent medical degree, hold a post not above that of Associate Professor, and be no older than 45 years of age.

Candidates are asked to send:

  • the name and dates of the meeting they wish to register for;
  • a CV and bibliography;
  • a letter of recommendation from the head of their department; and
  • an estimate of expenses, to a maximum of £1,000, no excess will be granted.

It is expected that applicants participate actively in the meeting (e.g., presentation, poster) that they attend. The submission of an abstract is expected. A copy of the abstract should also be included. Preference will be given to candidates who have not previously received an award.

Applications are exclusively submitted using the WFN JTF online application form no later than Friday, 15th February 2019.  

All applications will be reviewed by the Education Committee and the awards will be announced as soon as possible thereafter.

After a successful visit, a report is expected for World Neurology.

Please note: Preference will be given to applicants who have not previously been awarded a Junior Travelling Fellowship and those applying for World Congress of Neurology 2019 attendance.

Please also note that, in addition to the Junior Travelling Fellowships, there will be limited bursaries available through the World Congress of Neurology to attend the WCN 2019 (information can be found at the following link: http://2019.wcn-neurology.com/abstract-submission/bursaries).

The transfer of a successful grant award to a different Congress is not possible.

 

With best regards

Steven Lewis

Chair of the Education Committee

 


 

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