Date posted23 Jan 2023
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Description of Offer
The fellowship will cover training expenses to support the fellow in completing their neurosurgical training in their home country. Fellowships will be awarded on the basis of a competitive evaluation by a committee composed of FIENS members. The maximum fellowship stipend is $11,000. If you would like to learn more about the Clack Fellowship please go to the FIENS website.
Requirements for the applicant:
Confirmation of enrollment in a neurosurgery residency program.
A statement confirming the intent of the applicant to practice in their home country upon the completion their fellowship.
A description of the applicant’s financial need with an explanation of how the funding will allow the applicant to complete their neurosurgical training.
A letter of recommendation from the applicant’s program director confirming the applicant’s success in the program and the need for the funding to allow them to finish the training.
To apply to the Clack Family Fellowship please visit the FIENS website and click on the Fellowships page.
This Offer is open to members in the following specialties:
- Include Neurosurgery members that have not selected a subspecialty
- Trained paediatric neurosurgeon
- Neurosurgeon with paediatric interest
- Adult neurosurgeon
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