Dinning Memorial Neurosurgical Scholarship (DMNS) 2022


The purpose of the DMNS is to advance the clinical skills or research skills of a younger neurosurgeon with an emphasis on overseas contact by encouraging trainees and newly graduated neurosurgeons to travel:

  • to attend major overseas meetings linked with a period of observation or work in overseas neurosurgical units or research facilities
  • to learn new surgical skills and techniques
  • to an overseas laboratory to expand and collaborate on research work for 1-3 months to attend a skills course not available in ANZ.

Applications for DMNS will open 1st March and must be submitted by the closing date of 31st March to the NRF

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NRF Vacation Scholarships

What is the Scholarship? These Scholarships provide a stipend of $300 per week to support an undergraduate medical or biomedical science student to undertake a neurosurgical in Stroke / TBI/SCI (Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury), Parkinson’s and Brain Tumour Research in a research laboratory experienced in this area. The research project runs for 6 to 8 weeks over the Summer holiday period (during their break from undergraduate studies), with the student working full-time during this period.

3 scholarships in Brain Tumour Research

3 scholarships in Neurosurgical Research - Stroke / TBI/SCI (Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury) and Parkinson’s Research

Closing date: 5pm Friday 16th September 2022

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