Scientific and Clinical Research fellowships, scholarships, and travel grants

23 September 2020

The RANZCOG Women’s Health Foundation provides funding for scientific and clinical research in women's health by annually awarding research fellowships, scholarships, and travel grants (previously offered by the RANZCOG Research Foundation) across Australia and New Zealand. Supporting fellows and members, clinical researchers and scientists undertaking high quality and innovative research and research training in the fields of obstetrics, gynaecology and the reproductive sciences and the development of specialists in obstetrics and gynaecology, medical, midwifery skills in the reproductive health workforce.
The Foundation provides scholarships, including the Brian Spurrett Fellowship and research grants to Pacific O&G trainees, specialists and midwives.
The RANZCOG Women’s Health Foundation committee members apply their knowledge and experience to ensure that the applications that best  align with each of our focus areas, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander initiatives, Global Health initiatives and Research, have access to available funds. Given the high quality of candidates selecting successful applications is challenging, especially when considering the limited funds available.

With your support however the RANZCOG Women’s Health Foundation is able provide funding for this invaluable work.  Your donation to the RANZCOG Women’s Health Foundation is greatly appreciated. Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible. For more information about making a substantial gift or leaving a gift in your will please contact foundatio[email protected]



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