PhD Scholarships for Clinician Researchers
Open to all clinician staff of SingHealth (doctors, nurses and allied health professionals) who are planning to apply for a research-related PhD programme in a local university in 2023.
Application is closed for 2023.
Applicants applying for PhD programme in 2024
REGISTER your interest with us and we will send you more updates!
We will assist in linking you up with
Duke-NUS Centre for Clinician-Scientist Development (CCSD) for
Individual Development Plan (IDP) enrolment one year before your PhD application, and discussion on project career advice about your PhD programme.
Fill up the form
here or scan QR code below.
Funding Period & Details
The NMRC Research Training Fellowship (RTF) January 2023 grant call has commenced. For clinicians who are planning to apply for a research-related PhD programme this year (2023), kindly proceed with your application for NMRC RTF
here (internet accessible link)
prior to the application for SingHealth Duke-NUS AMC PhD Scholarships for Clinician Researchers.
Eligibility & Evaluation Criteria
The PhD Scholarships for Clinician Researchers are open to:
Applicants are required to apply for a formal PhD programme (at any local universities stated above) concurrently with NMRC Research Training Fellowship (RTF) and SingHealth Duke-NUS PhD Scholarships.
Each application must be applied using:
Applications that fail to comply with requirements in any of the templates and / or incomplete applications will be disqualified and will not be reviewed.
Applications will be assessed based on the following criteria:
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend a short interview with the review panel. Details concerning the interview will be disseminated once it is finalised.
For successful applicants, progress of the research project will be monitored during and after the Scholarship funding period. Applicant is expected to submit the reports periodically during and upon completion of the funding period.
Get in touch
For enquiries, please contact: