Grants and Careers
The Neurological Foundation accepts submissions for post-graduate and post-doctoral scholarships, clinical fellowships, repatriation fellowships, and project and travel grants.
The Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) meets in June and November each year to consider applications for funding and outcomes are announced in early July and December. There is an additional Travel Grant round in March.
All applications must be submitted on the appropriate Neurological Foundation form by the deadline dates specified.
For further information contact the Scientific Secretary:
Dr Douglas Ormrod
Neurological Foundation of New Zealand
PO Box 110022,
Auckland City Hospital,
Phone (09) 309 7749
Fax (09) 377 0614
Grants, Applications and Deadlines
Scholarships & Fellowships
Scholarships and Fellowships are used to provide salary support for medically qualified or science qualified researchers at different stages of their careers.
The main avenue by which the Neurological Foundation sponsors research. Applicants can be scientifically or medically qualified, and the research can be clinical or biomedical.
For Neurological Foundation funded researchers to attend important overseas neurological conferences.
The Neurological Foundation of New Zealand offers a training and research Fellowship to allow a suitably qualified medical graduate to pursue a career in neuropathology in New Zealand.
Jobs and Career Paths
Trainee positions available at Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin and Palmerston North Hospitals.