Fellowships

The Trustees invite applications for two major overseas TWJ Clinical Fellowships in Otology, Neurotology and Skull-base Surgery in 2020

 

Auckland City Hospital & Starship Children’s Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand

Mr Michel Neef, Mr Hamish Sillars and Ms Michelle Wong

Clinical Otology, Neurotology and Skull-base Surgery
with opportunities for research

12 months commencing 1st July 2020

Hospital website
Department of Otolaryngology webpage

 

QEII Health Sciences Centre, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Professor David Morris and Mr Nael Shoman

Clinical Otology, Neurotology and Skull-base Surgery
with opportunities for research

12 months commencing 1st July 2020

Hospital website
Department of Otolaryngology webpage

 

The Fellowships are open to ENT Specialty Registrars on numbered otolaryngology training programmes in the UK and Republic of Ireland.  Applicants must have passed the Intercollegiate FRCS by the time the Fellowship commences but may be pre- or post-CCT.  All Fellowships are inspected by the Trustees.  The grant takes the form of an educational stipend of £25,000 which is not liable to income tax under current HMRC regulations: this is intended to cover the first 6 months, and the second 6 months is funded through the host Hospital.

Instructions for application are on the Applications page of this website.

The closing date for applications is Monday 24th September 2018 followed by interviews for the shortlisted candidates at the Royal College of Surgeons of England on Monday 10th December 2018.

 

 

 

CWJ Short Fellowships

The Trustees also offer grants of £750 to help young Consultant Otologists visit leading European Otology Clinics for a week of clinical observation and personal instruction, attached to an advanced Otology Course at the same institution.  Applications will also be considered from final-year ENT Specialty Registrars in the UK and Republic of Ireland who have passed the Intercollegiate FRCS and have a special interest in Otology.

‘Clinique Jean Causse’ in Béziers, France
– supervised by Professor Robert Vincent and his colleagues
– annually in June
Clinic website                    Course webpage

‘Radboud University Medical Centre’ in Nijmegen, The Netherlands
– supervised by Professor Jef Mulder and his colleagues
– annually in February
Clinic website                    Course webpage

‘European Institute for ORL, Sint-Augustinus’ in Antwerp, Belgium
– supervised by Professor Erwin Offeciers and his colleagues
Clinic website                    Courses website

Instructions for application are on the Applications page of this website.

 

 

All enquiries can be addressed to:

Lidija Ivnik, Executive Assistant (secretary@twjfoundation.org)

TWJ Foundation

Auckland City Hospital

website

QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax

website

Cause Clinic

Jean Causse Ear Clinic

website

Radboud UMC NijmegenRadboud UMC

website

Antwerp EIORL Sint-AugustinusEIORL Sint-Augustinus

website