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RCSI Ethicon Travel Grants

This fund was established through the generosity of Ethicon for the purpose of promoting international goodwill in surgery by providing financial assistance to Fellows and Members of RCSI, in good standing, enabling them to travel overseas to visit centres of excellence for clinical training purposes.

Ranging in value up to €2,500 each, grants are available to trainees at an advanced stage of higher surgical training or who have completed surgical training in the RCSI within the previous two years.

The purpose of the grants is to contribute to the travel expenses of trainees wishing to visit overseas centres of excellence for clinical training purposes.

Application process for 2017

 

The deadline for receipt of applications for 2017 has now passed.

Reports

Recipients of the grant must submit a report at the end of their project. Download the report form here. 

Previous grant recipients

The following were successful in obtaining an Ethicon Travel Grant:

Year   Recipients
2016 Miriam Byrne, Chee Yean Chan, Kah Hoong Chang, Eamon Francis, Justin Kelly, Jey Kulasegarah, David O'Brien, Johannes Oosthuizen, Mark Quinlan, Fiachra Rowan, Stephen Ryan, Deirdre Seoighe
2015 Joseph Baker, Anne Collins, James Forde, Helen Heneghan, Rory Kennelly, Barry McGuire, Seamus McHugh, Shirley Potter, Mira Sadadcharam
2014 Joseph ButlerDerek CawleyRoisin Dolan, Deirdre Fanning, Eoin Fenton, Ann-marie Kennedy, Darren Liu, Damian McCartanAnthony Stafford, Arun Thomas
2013 Zahraa Al-Hilli, Joseph BakerJames CashmanEimear ConroyIvor Cullen, John Curran, Colin MurphyBrendan O'Daly
2012 Brian DevittOlivia FlanneryClaragh HealyMichael LeonardTimothy M. MurphyKieran PowerJames C. Walsh
2011 Padraig Daly, Rustom Manecksha, Anne C. O'NeillFrazer SmithMyles Smith
2010 Michael Donnelly, Paul O'Neill, James O'Riordan
2009 D. Beddy, Mihai Horia Vioreanu