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Wednesday 19 June 2024 - Foulkes Foundation Informal Seminar

Time: 12.30 - 2.00 pm
Location: Room: A1.51, Warwick Medical School Building, Warwick Medical School

The Foulkes Foundation is a charitable Foundation that was established in 1972 by Dr Ernest Foulkes. The Fellowships were first awarded in 1975 and their purpose is to promote medical research, the training of scientists and the study of medicine.

The Foundation provides Fellowships to outstanding post-doctoral scientists in the form of financial support, giving exceptional scientists a unique opportunity to study medicine and become the research leaders of the future.

Link to more information on Foulkes Foundation

What the Foulkes Foundation can offer
PhD students / Post-docs interested in studying medicine

The session will start with a finger buffet and refreshments
followed by two brief presentations and Q&A session

Georgina Benton
Registrar and granddaughter of the Founder

My experience of the Foundation, as an early (1980) Fellow
and a Trustee

Sir Alex Markham,
University of Leeds and 1980 Foulkes Fellow

My Foulkes Fellow Journey
Lindsey Dew
2018 Foulkes Fellow and Warwick Alumna

Followed by a Q&A session:
Chaired by Maureen Foulkes-Hajdu, Executive Chairman

Maureen Foulkes-Hajdu

Georgina Benton

Sir Alex Markham

  Lindsey Dew


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