Amuthan Medical Research Bursary

James Cook University

The Amuthan Medical Research Fund was established in 2013 in memory of Amuthan Annamalai, a Year 6 medical student at James Cook University who passed away on 25 January 2013. The objective of the fund is to improve the health of under-served populations in the tropics through medical research and community development in the fields of public health/health promotion, infectious diseases (especially typhoid and/or Dengue fever) and/or health services. The fund will support research that will lead to improved quality of life, health equity and excellence in clinical care for people living in the tropics.
Eligibility: Applicants must have been admitted to the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery at James Cook University; and be enrolled full-time (12 credit points per teaching period). Preference will be given to students in their second or third year of studies.
Application closing date: 15 May
Support Type: Scholarship,
Gender: Co-Ed
Frequency of Offer: Annual
Fields of Study: Medicine,
Location of Study: North Queensland,
No Offered Per Year: 2
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