Sydney Medical School scholarships and awards
Find out more about scholarships and prizes available from Sydney Medical School including:
- awards and scholarships for current and future students in the Medical Program
- awards and scholarships for postgraduate coursework students
- awards and scholarships for research program students
- postdoctoral fellowships
- travel scholarships
- Scholarships for Indigenous students and students of Indigenous Health
• our Research pages for funding including Summer Research scholarships
Dr Bernard Lake Award
The Dr Bernard Lake Award is cash prize for the publication, in a peer-reviewed journal, of significant original work undertaken in Australia in one of the following fields: holistic medicine, complementary medicine, exercise rehabilitation, nutriceuticals, aromatherapy and multi-disciplinary whole-patient approach to medical problems.
Provided there is work of sufficient merit, the prize may be awarded annually by the Dean of Sydney Medical School. The prize is awarded subject to there being sufficient funds available from the bequest.
Eligibility: the best paper published in any of the above fields in the previous two calendar years. If the applicant is not the first author, the application must include a statement from all co-authors that the paper is principally the work of the applicant.
Closing date: 15 November 2013
Conditions of award
Vernon Barling Memorial Fellowship
Established in 1981 by colleagues of Eric Vernon Barling, MBE, MB BS, FRCS FRACS FACS, who died in a motor car accident in 1978 after having been for many years a clinical teacher in the Department of Surgery of the University.
The object of the Fellowship is to assist young surgeons in Australia who wish to undertake further clinical surgical training overseas prior to taking up hospital appointments in Australia.
Value: Up to $1,500 is available to assist with travel and/or living expenses.
Ms Ancella Cheung
Project Officer, Sydney Medical School
Conditions of award
Closing date: to be confirmed
How to apply: Applicants should submit a recent curriculum vitae, an outline of the proposed overseas research training program as well as copies of invitations from the overseas institution/s the applicant intends to visit to Ms Cheung, preferably electronically.