30 June 2020
In a country other than the applicant’s own country.
Paid Opportunity (With Salary)
Gordon Signy Fellowships
The Fellowship is to assist a young pathologist to travel to another country to learn special skills to improve the care of patients when the Fellow returns to his or her own country.
The aim of the Gordon Signy Fellowship is to promote the public safety and the public health by fostering the development of anatomic and clinical pathology in all aspects, especially in the developing countries.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Anatomic pathology
- Clinical pathology
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES
The duration of the study period is variable.
- Program training beginning on or after 1 January 2021 and ending no later than 31 December 2021.
- Awards will be announced no later than 20 September 2020.
- The Fellowship is open to pathologists from all countries.
- Applicants must be living in their country of origin or their country of permanent residence at the time of the application.
- Any pathologist who has completed his or her training in anatomical and/or clinical pathology or one of their branches prior to the beginning of their proposed fellowship training.
- Any pathologist who has completed training not more than 10 years prior to application deadline.
- Trainees already in training, or for whom training will begin prior to 1 January 2020, are not eligible to apply for a Gordon Signy Fellowship.
- The applicant must undertake to return to his or her own country on completion of the proposed course of study.
Paid Opportunity (With Salary)
- The Fellowship provides an award of US $5,000 as a whole, and it’ll be paid in two installments, the first US $4,500 at the beginning of a period of study and US $500 upon receipt of Fellows’ reports of their experience.
- For training periods exceeding 89 days, an award of up to US $7,500 may be provided.
- A certificate of Fellowship will be issued to each Fellow after the final Fellowship Award payment.
First Step: Submit the following documents:
1. Application form complete and signed:
- You may complete the form using one of the following formats: Microsoft Word (DOCX), PDF FORM, PDF Text Only.
2. Curriculum vitae complete:
- You can use Gordon-Signy Curriculum Vitae Suggested Format.
- You are free to use any format you wish for your curriculum vitae as long as the information contained in the suggested format is present.
3. Copies of Medical School Diploma, Certificate of Pathology Training. The copy may be a photocopy and need not be a certified copy from the medical school or training program.
4. Letter of Recommendation from a teacher, supervisor, mentor, faculty or other person who was either part of their initial pathology training program or worked closely with the applicant in the practice of pathology.
5. Letter of Training Director Acceptance. Applicants must provide a letter of acceptance from the person under whom the applicant is going to work. The letter must include approval of the proposed course of study. NOTE: A letter from the institution where the applicant proposes to study must either accompany the application or, if sent separately, be received by the application deadline (30 June 2020). The signed letter must state that the applicant has been accepted for study and that the proposed dates of study and the proposed duration of study are acceptable.
6. Copy of passport photo page (only if you are living in a country not your own at the time of the application.)
7. Disclosure of Support Requirement: The applicant must disclose all other sources of support (personal, family, corporate, other fellowships and training awards and so on) that will provide funds for the proposed training.
Second Step: Send your application by both email and postal mail:
- By email to: [email protected].
- By postal mail to: World Pathology Foundation
c/o Ms. Kristine Rahm
4904 S. Sweetbriar Drive
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57108
United States of America
- You can use Gordon-Signy Application Checklist to assist you in making sure your application is complete.
- If applicants have not completed their initial pathology training prior to the current application date (30 June 2020), the applicant MUST submit documentation of the completion of initial training before funds can be provided for the Fellowship.
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This Scholarship Published by:
“Mohamed Karam / Egypt “
Reviewed by” Rana Hassan/ Egypt ”
MARJ3 Scholarships Team