How to apply for funding Applications are invited from Consultants, experienced Trainee Ophthalmologists and Ophthalmic nursing staff for funding for 2014/2015. Funds will be provided for individuals or a team to undertake a period of work directed towards eye care in a developing country.
Please send a short description of your intended trip, providing us with the following information:
Please send the above information with your CV to:
If you are successful with your funding application you will be expected to send us a short report of your trip, evaluating how the trip went relative to your objectives prior to going.
For more information about the Fund, further details about how to apply and examples of previous trips, please go to:
THE MACULAR SOCIETY
The Macular Society is now accepting preliminary applications for research grants and PhD studentships beginning in 2019.
Grants of up to £170,000 over three years are available for research at UK institutions only.
Studentships of up to £100,000 are available to cover a stipend, fees and consumables over 3 years. PhD Students should be based at a UK institution and be a UK graduate in a relevant subject.
Preliminary applications will be reviewed and shortlisted by the Research Committee in July 2018. Successful applicants will be invited to complete a full application by September 2018 and final funding decisions will be made in April 2019.
More information can be found on the Macular Society website, together with the preliminary application form:
The deadline for preliminary applications is 5pm on 1 June 2017.
Applications and any queries should be submitted to email@example.com
OPHTHALMOLOGY RESEARCH GRANT 2018 - ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF EDINBURGH
(Sponsored by the Royal Blind)
BOSU RESEARCH BURSARY 2018
With the kind support from The Red Trust and the Ross Foundation, the BOSU is once again offering three research bursaries of £6000 to support ophthalmologists in training to undertake an epidemiological study of a rare eye condition through the British Ophthalmological Surveillance Unit or the Scottish Ophthalmological Surveillance Unit.
See link below