Research Awards and Grants
The College awards research prizes and grants to members and students to foster a culture of research and support research projects.
RANZCR Research Grants
The purpose of the RANZCR research grants is to provide research experience for Fellows, Educational Affiliates and student members in both radiology and radiation oncology. When the primary applicant is a student member of the College, a Fellow of the College should also be listed as accepting some responsibility for supervising the primary applicant.
For further information on research prizes and grants, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for 2014 RANZCR Research Grants close 30 June 2014
Ferring Pharmaceuticals Grant
The purpose of the Ferring Pharmaceuticals Grant is to promote the culture of radiation oncology research among Fellows of the College by supporting our most able and committed young researchers to carry out significant research projects. All projects must be directly related to radiation oncology research in prostate cancer (including other urological malignancies).
Applications for Ferring Pharmaceuticals Grant close 30 April 2014
FROGG Fellowship Grant
The purpose of the Faculty of Radiation Oncology Genito-Urinary Group (FROGG) Fellowship Grant is to promote the culture of radiation oncology research, by supporting our most able and committed young researchers to carry out significant research projects. All projects must be directly related to radiation oncology research in genito-urinary cancer and lead to publication of evidence based practice in genito-urinary cancer. The FROGG Fellowship Grant is available only to junior Fellows (not trainees) of the College (within 5 years of Fellowship).
The Windeyer Fellowship enables a trainee (post Phase 2 Examination), or junior Fellow in radiation oncology to undertake a Clinical Research Fellowship at the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre, Northwood in the United Kingdom. This exciting position is under the broad supervision of Professor Peter Hoskin. It entails clinical work with a number of senior clinical oncologists within several subspecialty sites, as well as the conduct of clinical research projects. The Fellowship is up to a 12 month placement.
Applications for Windeyer Fellowship close 16 May 2014