The College Terms and Conditions for Grants and Fellowships apply.
The Rouse Travelling Fellowship enables an experienced clinical radiology or radiation oncology Fellow (more than five years post FRANZCR) from Australia or New Zealand to attend the Annual Scientific Meeting in the other country. The Fellow is also expected to visit and present in their field of interest in three training centres, with a total Fellowship duration of three weeks funded by a grant of AU$8,000.
Applications for 2017 have now closed.
Download Rouse Travelling Fellowship Guidelines
The Thomas Baker Fellowship enables a qualified clinical radiologist or radiation oncologist (up to six years post FRANZCR) to further their knowledge by studying abroad for between three and 12 months (or in special circumstances for up to eighteen months). The Fellowship is supported by a grant of $AU20,000 from The Baker Foundation.
2017 applications have now closed. Information about 2018 Educational Fellowships will be released in December 2017.
The Bill Hare Fellowship enables a qualified diagnostic radiologist (more than five years post FRANZCR) to further their knowledge of an acknowledged subspecialty, in which there is a recognised shortage, by study in Australia, New Zealand or overseas. It supports them for a period of intensive study (three to 12 months) or for attendance at an international short course (two weeks to one month) with a grant of AU$30,000.
The Rohan Williams Travelling Professorship builds links between the College and the Royal College of Radiologists in the United Kingdom. A Professor is appointed from Australia/New Zealand or Britain, rotating both countries and specialties. The Professor attends the other College’s Annual Scientific Meeting and visits a variety of centres in its territory. In 2017, a British clinical radiologist will visit Australia and New Zealand.