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Fellowship opportunity for a USA, Canada, or International rheumatologist for training in the treatment of lupus. Preference will be given to applicants from Canada. The fellow will participate in research activities, supervise the care and education of patients, and follow patients at an accredited lupus clinic in Ontario.
Awardees are expected to devote themselves for a period of 12 consecutive months wholly to the objectives of the Fellowship; namely, they will assess and follow patients with SLE in an accredited lupus clinic, participate in patient education, as well as physician education, and become involved in clinical research.
Why is the fellowship so important?
GrantWatch ID#: 164468
- The stipend attached to the Geoff Carr Lupus Fellowship will be $65,000 CAD.
- Geoff Carr Lupus Fellows will be eligible for a travel allowance up to $1,000 CAD to meet their out-of-pocket expenses to attend one or more professional or scientific meetings where the Fellow is presenting the results of their research.
Geoff Carr Lupus Fellowships are awarded for a period of 12 months only. These awards are not renewable, but a previous Fellowship awardee may re-apply once after one year.
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