GOC/Bruce Galloway Trainee Awards
Ovarian Cancer Canada, in partnership with The Society of Gynecologic Oncology of Canada (GOC), established the Bruce Galloway Trainee Awards for obstetrics and gynecology residents who choose gynecologic oncology as an elective. The goal of the program is to increase the number of ob-gyn residents who select this specialty and remain in Canada to practice.
A monetary award of $1,500 is designed to cover travel and housing to work with a gynecologic oncology team during a one month elective. Ovarian Cancer Canada and GOC will also consider additional costs incurred with respect to provincial licensing requirements. Guidelines and the selection process are found in the application form.
To apply, contact Chisomo N Msoffe by email at email@example.com or by phone at 800-561-2416 ext. 276 or 613-730-4192 ext. 276.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
2018 grant recipients:
Christa Aubrey, MD (PGY-4, University of Alberta)
Laurence Bernard, MD (PGY-4, University of Ottawa)
Samuel Dubé, MD (PGY-4, Université Laval)
Rachel Kim, MD (PGY-4, University of British Columbia)
Kiel Luhning, MD (PGY-4, Dalhousie University)
Emma Markstrom, MD (PGY-3, University of Manitoba)
Vishaal Gupta, MD (PGY-3, University of Toronto)
Sabrina Piedimonte, MD (PGY-3, McGill University)
Lawrence Yat Yeung Woo, MD (PGY-4, University of Saskatchewan)
Elisabeth Spénard, MD (PGY-3, Université de Montréal)
Sarah Mah, MD (PGY-4, University of British Columbia)
Brenna Swift, MD (PGY-4, University of Toronto)
To access a complete list of grant recipients, click here.
The Allen-Carey Scholarship of Excellence in Women’s Health: Award Announcement for 2018-2019
The Allen-Carey Board and the London Health Sciences Foundation are pleased to announce details of the Allen-Carey Scholarship of Excellence for 2018-2019.
The Allen-Carey award supports specialized physician training in Women’s Health for individuals who seek unique training experiences not otherwise funded. One of the goals of the Scholarship is to foster leadership development in talented individuals who wish to improve our health care system through advancements in the field of Women’s Health.
Training awards are usually of one year’s duration. Application materials and information for applicants are available through the London Health Sciences Foundation website at http://www.lhsf.ca/allen-carey-scholarship-womens-health.
A total of $40,000-$50,000 is available for the Scholarship in 2018-2019 and the funds will be used to support one or two successful candidates. The application deadline is November 15th, 2018.