Roger Sebel Hebrew University Medical Elective Term Fellowships
As an extension of the Student Exchange Fellowship program, in 2006, the Fund established fellowships to assist University of Sydney medical students to undertake their medical elective term at the Hebrew University.
These scholarships are also known as the Roger Sebel Fellowships in recognition of the valuable contribution made to the work of the Fund by Mr Roger Sebel.
For further information about these grants, and information about doing a Medical Elective Term at the Hebrew University’s Hadassah Medical School please click on the links below or contact the Fund Office.
SZCUF Hebrew University Medical Elective Term Fellowships 2013 (PDF, 98KB)
Medical Elective Term at the Hebrew University’s Hadassah Medical School (PDF, 1.2MB)
Read a report from previous participant - Anna Fisher (PDF, 57KB)
January 2013 Awardees
HU Medical Elective Term F/p – Jan 2013 Awardees
The Trustees of the Fund are pleased to announce that the Hebrew University Medical Elective Term Fellowship Awardees for January 2013 are:
- Simon Reid – who “…was drawn to undertake an elective term at Hadassah Ein Karem after reading about the hospital’s nomination for a Nobel Peace Prize for their equal treatment of all patients, regardless of nationality or religion. I feel that this environment would be an ideal place to continue my development towards becoming a practitioner who sees his patients in their entirety and factors their cultural context into the treatment of disease.”
- Darren Rom – who will be attached to the Plastic Surgery Department at Hadassah. He sees this as a great opportunity to work with and learn from an internationally recognised specialist team. He hopes to further his knowledge and understanding in this field - an area of medicine he has yet to experience in the Sydney Medical Program. Being in Jerusalem, he was also interested to gain an appreciation of the diverse cultures and people of the area and to gain some understanding of the challenges these bring to the healthcare system and how these are met.
- Tamsea Sefa – who will spend her elective term with the Trauma Surgery Team to further her knowledge and skills in the field of critical care and surgery, particularly her understanding of surgical management of emergencies and trauma. Because a trauma theatre may have several specialists operating, it will afford her the opportunity to experience specialties she would not encounter in the Sydney Medical Program. Being under the supervision of Prof Rivkind, the founder of the Trauma Unit at Hadasssah, Tamsea also hopes to undertake some research with him in the area of fluid resuscitation and assessment of blood loss which are among his areas of research interest.