The McKenna Scholarship
LauraLynn is inviting applications from qualified candidates for a PhD/MD Scholarship in Children’s Palliative Care
The McKenna Scholarship is aimed at supporting the expansion of the knowledge base in children’s palliative care and marks a major development in LauraLynn’s research strategy.
About the Scholarship
The McKenna Scholarship is a one-off scholarship in recognition of the 10 year anniversary of the opening of LauraLynn Children’s Hospice. The aim of the McKenna Scholarship is to support a suitably qualified MD or PhD candidate to pursue full-time research in the area of Children’s Palliative Care.
The scholarship will provide funding for a student undertaking a postgraduate degree (MD or PhD) in the area of children’s palliative care. Funding will include an annual tax free stipend of €18,500, a contribution to fees of €6,000 per annum and €2,000 per year to fund research-related expenses.
The scholar would be affiliated to an eligible Higher Education Institution (HEI) in the Republic of Ireland or research-performing organisation and the project would be supervised by an academic supervisor within the HEI. The academic supervisor would be identified in advance of applying for the scholarship.
Scholarship Application Process
To apply for the McKenna Scholarship applicants need to ensure the following documents are submitted to email@example.com by Friday, 20th June 2022.
- Completed Application Form
- Transcripts of all Degrees Listed
- Letter of Support from Academic Supervisor
- Two References