The travelling scholarship aims to provide an opportunity for neuroradiologists in training or early consultant years to visit a centre in the UK or abroad, typically for a period of 2-6 weeks, to gain experience in an area of neuroradiology practice, techniques or exposure to expertise that would not be available at their own institution. The award is not intended to support attendance at meetings or training courses.
Up to £2000 to cover expenses
The Scholarship is open to neuroradiologists in training and/or no more than 2 years post CCT, who are BSNR members in good standing and resident in the United Kingdom at the time of the application and proposed Scholarship.
Please complete the BSNR Visiting Scholarship 2023 application form, which includes space for a one page CV of the applicant. Accompanying letters of support should be provided from a) the host centre and b) the applicants’ Training Programme Director (if applicable). The closing date is Sunday 30th July 5pm.
The BSNR Academic Subcommittee will consider applications, based on applicant’s track record and justification for visiting the host centre.
Applications must be submitted to BSNR Academic Subcommittee chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications will be considered by the BSNR Academic Subcommittee and awards will be announced at the British Society of Neuroradiologists Annual Scientific Meeting in Edinburgh, September 2023. Scholarship visits must be completed before the BSNR Annual Meeting in Sept/Oct 2024, and recipients will be required to produce a written report on their visit.
The 2020 Visiting Scholarships were awarded to: Dr Jaoa Alves Rosa, from Bristol, and Dr Lalani Carlton Jones, from London.