We are pleased to announce an opportunity for 2nd year undergraduate students to apply for a Wellcome Trust Biomedical Vacation Scholarship.
A successful applicant will be paid the London Living Wage for 35 hours per week, for seven weeks, beginning 11 July 2020. The project synopsis is:
Recent research suggests specialist services may improve maternal and neonatal outcomes in breech pregnancies, as well as women’s experiences of care. The aims of this research are to summarise the evidence base for these organisational interventions in a literature review, and to determine the prevalence of clinics, teams and specialist midwives dedicated to the care of women with a breech pregnancy in the United Kingdom. The results will be published as a report and used to establish a network of UK breech practitioners for the purposes of joint learning, collaboration and research. They will also inform the on-going work of the OptiBreech Trial.
Although the scholarship is based at King’s College London, applicants can apply from all over the UK. The work can be done remotely. Preference is given to applicants from non-Russell Group universities, from ethnic groups currently under-represented at King’s, mature students, and other groups whose interest in pursuing research the funders are particularly keen to encourage.
Please visit the Wellcome Trust Biomedical Vacation Scholarship page for more information and instructions on how to apply.
For King’s College London students only:
King’s Undergraduate Research Fund
Students can apply via King’s CareerConnect here.
Application opening date: Monday 28 March 2022
Application closing date: Sunday 24th April 2022, 23:59
The list of all projects from all faculties is available here.
For more information, students can check the KURF website, FAQs and Programme Regulations. Please note that one student can submit only one application.
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