The Kay Kendall Leukaemia Fund sets a high bar for its fellowships
- The Kay Kendall Leukaemia Fund may be a small medical charity but its process for reviewing grants is exacting so do not cut corners.
- Show ambition and give reviewers confidence in your ability to become a principal investigator by the end of the fellowship.
- Do not be put off but the lack of information online about the scheme, the information that is sent to potential applicants is detailed.
- If you get through to interview, prepare thoroughly as questioning is likely to be robust.
The Kay Kendall Leukaemia Fund’s Junior and Intermediate Fellowships are for clinicians and scientists who wish to undertake a project in the field and are also keen to work long-term in research on leukaemia and related cancers.