Supported by Laborie Medical Technologies
The purpose of the Urodynamics fellowship is to train physicians, nurses or technicians in expert centres in urodynamics all over the world by offering an opportunity and funding to visit, observe and train with a renowned urodynamic expert centre.
The host must:
- have an excellent research reputation in the specific area of expertise named in the application
- have previous experience in hosting and supervising postgraduate research students and/or Fellows/trainee/visiting professors, and a vacancy
Applications for 2020 fellowships has now closed.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, it may not be possible for applicants to secure dates with their chosen host centre, at this time. We recognise this issue and can be flexible with commencement dates, as long as applicants have an ‘agreement in principle’ with their host centre to validate their requested funding.
Deadline for all applications will be 1st May.
If you wish to read about previous experiences of our fellowship award winners click here