May 10, 2022 | Funding, Research, Study, Training
MSNZ is delighted with the announcement from the New Zealand MS Research Trust that they have received funding of NZ$150,000 a year for three years to support neurologists who wish to travel overseas to specialise in the treatment of people with multiple sclerosis.
This may take in the form of a fellowship for a registrar taking up a training post overseas, either in isolation, or in combination with another fellowship to support research work. Support for more limited projects for training or research in MS will also be considered, as will a fellowship for a non-clinical scientist undertaking MS research.
Over time this will increase the number of specialist MS Neurologists and MS nurses working in New Zealand which has been a key focus on MSNZ’s advocacy efforts for the past five years.
Application closes on 30 June 2022 download NZMSRT-Funding-Application
For further details you can contact Neil Woodhams President of MSNZ and a Trustee of the Research Trust.
See the original article on MS Research Trust website.