Peter Baker Travelling Fellowship
The Peter Baker Travelling Fellowship was established in 1987 by family and friends in memory of Professor Peter Baker ScD FRS, Halliburton Professor of Physiology, Head of the Department of Physiology and Fellow of King’s College London.
The Fellowship provides up to £1,500 to assist a PhD student or young researcher to spend a period of up to three months in another laboratory, normally outside the UK, in order to learn a new method appropriate to the development of his/her research or to apply such a method to that research. The funds may be used for travel, maintenance and/or the cost of research in the host laboratory.
For further information, including how to apply, please download the Fellowship Flyer.
The closing date of application is Friday 30 August 2013.
In 2012 KCL PhD student - Erika Mariotti was awarded the Travelling Fellowship.
In 2011 KCL PhD student - Alan Kerby was awarded the Travelling Fellowship.