BECOME A MEMBER
There are various types of membership available.
The BSH offer a range of grants for clinical and non-clinical professionals working with haematology.
These range from travel grants to attend the BSH Annual scientific meeting; grants to attend international meetings; fellowships to support short-term study periods at international scientific or clinical centres; clinical fellows and Ph.D. studentships and Start-up grants for new haematological investigators.
All applications should be made online with a signed copy being sent to the Scientific Secretary at the BSH Headquarters.
GRANTS AVAILABLE - BSH GRANTS and EXTERNAL GRANTS
BSH General information on grants
The BSH offers a range of scholarships for clinical and non-clinical professionals working in haematology. All applications should be made by email to the Scientific Secretary, care of Daphne Harvey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Scientific Meeting Scholarships for Haematology Professionals
To support attendance at the British Society for Haematology Annual Scientific Meeting. Applications should be submitted by 1st March prior to each ASM. Please note that no retrospective claims will be considered.
BSH Travel Scholarships
Travel Scholarships are to support attendance at international conferences, workshops, symposia or courses (including ASH), or travel within the UK. For attendance at the annual BSH conference, please see Annual Scientific Meeting Scholarships for Haematology Professionals (application deadline 1st March).
BSH Scientific Fellowships
Applications are invited from younger members of the Society, recently appointed consultants and haematologists below Consultant level working in the United Kingdom for short-term visits to centres abroad in order to gain experience in a specialised field or to learn new research techniques or developments in haematology.
BSH Student Elective Scholarships
The Society provides Student Scholarships with a maximum value of £600 to support UK-based undergraduates undertaking electives in the field of haematology.
BSH Early-Stage Research Start-up Grants
A small number of start-up grants, of up to approximately £7000 each, are available each year to support consumable expenses for projects which will potentially lead to full grant proposals.
BSH Meeting Support
Requests can be made to the BSH for support with running small, focused meetings. The maximum amount of support is £1000 and this must be repaid in whole or part if the meeting makes a profit.
LLR Research Awards
LLR offers awards of increasing seniority for haematologists to plan a career path in a research area of relevance to the aims and objectives of the LLR, namely the routine cure of the leukaemias, lymphomas, multiple myeloma, myelodysplasia and the myeloproliferative disorders. This provides a seamless progression of awards from Research Fellowship to Clinician Scientist to Bennett Senior Fellowship. The expectation will then be a tenured appointment at Senior Lecturer or Professorial level.