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Scholarship now open for entries

IBMS members are being encouraged to apply for the Carol Briggs-Smalley Scholarship.

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Haematology laboratory scientists and technologists can apply for the chance to secure up to €5000 in funding for their research project.

The scholarship was established by the International Council for Standardisation in Haematology (ICSH) in memory of Carol Briggs-Smalley, an IBMS member and haematologist biomedical scientist.

The successful scientists will have the chance to attend and present their project at an international meeting.

Preference will be given to a standardisation project.  

For more information about the scholarship and to apply online, see the ICSH website. Applications close 1 March 2018.

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