OUR 2016 TRAINING GRANT ROUND IS NOW OPEN
We’re pleased to announce that we are now inviting applications for the following grants:
Student Elective Bursaries of £1000 towards the expenses of Medical and Midwifery student electives
Entry-Level Scholarships of up to £20,000 to enable medical graduates and midwives to train in basic science, clinical or translational research
Research Training Fellowships of up to £200,000 to enable medical graduates to pursue a career in academic medicine
Full details of each award and how to apply can be found here
*RHS People's Choice Small Garden & Silver-Gilt Award Winner*
THE RHS HAMPTON COURT PALACE FLOWER SHOW
Wellbeing of Women was delighted to be featured at this years’ RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show and are absolutely thrilled the designers of the garden, who collaborated for the first time, were awarded a Silver Gilt medal.
The Wellbeing of Women garden idea was born out of the designers’ – Wendy Von Buren, Amy Robertson and Claire Moreno – desire to create a beautiful garden that had purpose and meaning. After Wendy attended a Wellbeing event, they decided that the garden should be designed in honour of Wellbeing of Women’s achievements in improving the health of women and babies through the decades. All three women have their own personal connections to the work that we do and felt it was only natural that they support us in this way.
Wellbeing of Women Garden Plant List If you would like further information regarding planting plans please get in touch with Amy Robertson email@example.com
Wellbeing of Women is delighted to host our National Vintage Tea this summer - and we invite you and your family to join us!
The good news is that anyone can get involved and help us celebrate - all you have to do is set up a tea party for friends and raise money for us. Any funds you raise will go towards vital research into improving the health of women and babies.
OVARIAN TISSUE FREEZING
We are funding Dr Nikoletta Panagiotopoulou at Newcastle to study study ovarian tissue freezing. Following the news of the first woman in the world to give birth using transplanted ovarian tissue frozen when she was still a child, Dr Panagiotopoulou gave us her view
2015 TRAINING GRANTS AWARDED
We are pleased to announce the award of our 2015 training grants, including an exciting Research Training Fellowship looking at the possible cause of common gynaecological diseases related to the womb, as well as four Entry-Level Scholarships covering pre-eclampsia, child birth, womb cancer and fertility. You can read about these grants, as well as the elective bursaries we have awarded, here