Featured Giving Opportunities

The Queen's Medical Student Bursary
The Queen's Medical Student Bursary
The Queen's Medical Student Bursary was established in 2002 by the School of Medicine and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the School of Medicine in the Facult ... The Queen's Medical Student Bursary was established in 2002... (Learn More)
The Queen's Medical Student Bursary was established in 2002 by the School of Medicine and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the School of Medicine in the Facult ... (Learn More)
The Rehabilitation Therapy Student Experience Fund
The Rehabilitation Therapy Student Experience Fund
Established by Alumni and friends of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy to provide grants to help students meet the accommodation and travel expenses associated with fieldwork placements. Established by Alumni and friends of the School of Rehabilit... (Learn More)
Established by Alumni and friends of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy to provide grants to help students meet the accommodation and travel expenses associated with fieldwork placements. (Learn More)
The Nursing 75th Anniversary Bursary Fund
The Nursing 75th Anniversary Bursary Fund
Established in recognition of the 75th anniversary of the School of Nursing, this bursary will be awarded annually on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of a Bachelor of ... Established in recognition of the 75th anniversary of the Sc... (Learn More)
Established in recognition of the 75th anniversary of the School of Nursing, this bursary will be awarded annually on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of a Bachelor of ... (Learn More)
Canadian Cancer Trials Group (CCTG)
Canadian Cancer Trials Group (CCTG)
This fund was established in September 2015 to build on the Canadian Cancer Trials Group's international record of excellence in improving the treatment and prevention of cancer. This fund was established in September 2015 to build on the... (Learn More)
This fund was established in September 2015 to build on the Canadian Cancer Trials Group's international record of excellence in improving the treatment and prevention of cancer. (Learn More)
The Dr. Jean Hill Endowment for Clinical Excellence in Nursing
The Dr. Jean Hill Endowment for Clinical Excellence in Nursing
Established in recognition of former Dean, Dr. E. Jean Hill's commitment to excellence in nursing practice. This fund supports events and initiatives that develop and enhance the study and teaching of ... Established in recognition of former Dean, Dr. E. Jean Hill'... (Learn More)
Established in recognition of former Dean, Dr. E. Jean Hill's commitment to excellence in nursing practice. This fund supports events and initiatives that develop and enhance the study and teaching of ... (Learn More)
The Alumni Scholarship for Nursing Graduate Students
The Alumni Scholarship for Nursing Graduate Students
Established by Queen's Nursing Alumni and awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student entering first year of the graduate program in nursing. Students in second year may also be deemed eligibl ... Established by Queen's Nursing Alumni and awarded on the bas... (Learn More)
Established by Queen's Nursing Alumni and awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student entering first year of the graduate program in nursing. Students in second year may also be deemed eligibl ... (Learn More)
Nursing Class of 1996
Nursing Class of 1996
As part of their 20th reunion, members of Nursing 1996 are raising funds in support of the Genna McLinden Memorial Award. As part of their 20th reunion, members of Nursing 1996 are r... (Learn More)
As part of their 20th reunion, members of Nursing 1996 are raising funds in support of the Genna McLinden Memorial Award. (Learn More)
The Medical School Excellence Fund
The Medical School Excellence Fund
The Medical School Excellence Fund was established to help maintain the excellence and intimacy of the learning environment, attract the best students and faculty, build on educational programs and an ... The Medical School Excellence Fund was established to help m... (Learn More)
The Medical School Excellence Fund was established to help maintain the excellence and intimacy of the learning environment, attract the best students and faculty, build on educational programs and an ... (Learn More)
The Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair
The Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair
The Bell Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair will enable Queen's Faculty of Health Sciences to advance its anti-stigma research, scholarship and outreach programs. The Bell Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair will e... (Learn More)
The Bell Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair will enable Queen's Faculty of Health Sciences to advance its anti-stigma research, scholarship and outreach programs. (Learn More)
School of Rehabilitation Therapy 50th Anniversary Fund
School of Rehabilitation Therapy 50th Anniversary Fund
The School of Rehabilitation Therapy 50th Anniversary Fund was established to support a wide range of activities that contribute broadly to the enrichment of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy learn ... The School of Rehabilitation Therapy 50th Anniversary Fund w... (Learn More)
The School of Rehabilitation Therapy 50th Anniversary Fund was established to support a wide range of activities that contribute broadly to the enrichment of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy learn ... (Learn More)
The Rehabilitation Therapy Excellence Fund
The Rehabilitation Therapy Excellence Fund
Established by Sandra Olney, M.Ed. 1974, to provide the Director of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy discretionary financial support for various present and future needs. Established by Sandra Olney, M.Ed. 1974, to provide the Dire... (Learn More)
Established by Sandra Olney, M.Ed. 1974, to provide the Director of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy discretionary financial support for various present and future needs. (Learn More)
The Dr. Malcolm Peat Lectureship Fund
The Dr. Malcolm Peat Lectureship Fund
The Dr. Malcolm Peat Lectureship was established in memory and recognition of former Queen's School of Rehabilitation Therapy Director and founder of ICACBR, Dr. Malcolm Peat. The Dr. Malcolm Peat Lectureship was established in memory a... (Learn More)
The Dr. Malcolm Peat Lectureship was established in memory and recognition of former Queen's School of Rehabilitation Therapy Director and founder of ICACBR, Dr. Malcolm Peat. (Learn More)
Medicine Class of 1978
Medicine Class of 1978
The Class of Medicine 1978 is raising funds in support of the Meds '78 Bursary as part of their 40th Reunion. This Fund was established to provide financial support to medical students with demonstrat ... The Class of Medicine 1978 is raising funds in support of th... (Learn More)
The Class of Medicine 1978 is raising funds in support of the Meds '78 Bursary as part of their 40th Reunion. This Fund was established to provide financial support to medical students with demonstrat ... (Learn More)
Nursing 1987 30th Reunion Class Gift
Nursing 1987 30th Reunion Class Gift
Leading up to our 30th reunion, we feel that this milestone reunion marks another opportunity for our class to give back. We have been in discussions with the School of Nursing about a way to give bac ... Leading up to our 30th reunion, we feel that this milestone... (Learn More)
Leading up to our 30th reunion, we feel that this milestone reunion marks another opportunity for our class to give back. We have been in discussions with the School of Nursing about a way to give bac ... (Learn More)
Class of Rehabilitation Therapy 1970 Bursary
Class of Rehabilitation Therapy 1970 Bursary
The Rehabilitation Therapy Class of 1970 Bursary Endowment Fund was established to provide financial assistance to students in the second year of the M.Sc.OT and M.Sc.PT program in the School of Rehab ... The Rehabilitation Therapy Class of 1970 Bursary Endowment F... (Learn More)
The Rehabilitation Therapy Class of 1970 Bursary Endowment Fund was established to provide financial assistance to students in the second year of the M.Sc.OT and M.Sc.PT program in the School of Rehab ... (Learn More)
Medicine Class of 2001
Medicine Class of 2001
As part of their 15th reunion, the Class of Medicine 2001 is raising $50,000 to establish a medical student bursary. As part of their 15th reunion, the Class of Medicine 2001 is... (Learn More)
As part of their 15th reunion, the Class of Medicine 2001 is raising $50,000 to establish a medical student bursary. (Learn More)
The Military and Veteran's Health Fund
The Military and Veteran's Health Fund
The Military and Veterans Health Fund was established to provide discretionary support for the operations and research activities of the Canadian Institute for Military and Veterans Health Research. The Military and Veterans Health Fund was established to pro... (Learn More)
The Military and Veterans Health Fund was established to provide discretionary support for the operations and research activities of the Canadian Institute for Military and Veterans Health Research. (Learn More)

Giving Opportunities

Funds

the Anatomical Memorial Trust Fund
Your gift will be used to assist with the costs of the maintenance and improvement to the burial site for human bodies and tissues that have been donated and used for medical education and research.
the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Trust Fund
Your gift will be used to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Department of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine at Queen's University.
the Human Mobility Research Centre Development Fund
The Human Mobility Research Centre Development Fund was established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Human Mobility Research Centre at Queen's University.
the Molly and Gordon Armstrong Medical Education Fund
Established by Molly and Gordon Armstrong, M.D. 1947, to support the medical education program in the Department of Surgery, specifically the Division of Orthopedic Surgery.
the Abrahams Award in Experimental Medicine
Established by the Abramsky Foundation to honour Dr. Vivian Abrahams. Awarded to a student in the field of Experimental Medicine in the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, who shows exceptional promise for independent research.
the Aesculapian Society Initiatives Fund
The Aesculapian Society Initiatives Fund was established to support initiatives led by the Aesculapian Society that provides medical students with educational opportunities outside of the classroom.
the Dr. Mustafa K. Alkan Memorial Award
Established by Dr. Martha Adeline Colley in memory of Dr. Mustafa K. Alkan. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to undergraduate students in the School of Medicine who have a demonstrated interest in Pediatrics or Pathology.
the Allergy Education Expendable fund
Established by Sheila Alexander, Arts 1981, to support bringing to campus distinguished national and international speakers in the field of Allergy.
the Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair
The Bell Chair provides a prestigious senior faculty position for an accomplished scholar with research leadership in Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research.
the Bergeron Clifford, LLP Fund for Rehabilitation Medicine
Established by Bergeron Clifford, LLP, to support research, education and clinical service in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, pertaining to neurological injury and disease.
the Margaret E Berkeley Scholarship
Established by Dr. K.H Berkeley in memory of Margaret Pratt Berkeley. Awarded to a second- or third-year student in the School of Medicine on the basis of academic achievement and who is on the competition roster of a Golden Gaels interuniversity team.
the Nathan E Berry Prize in Urology
Established by the children of Dr. N.E. Berry, in honour of their father, the first Professor of Urology at Queen's. Awarded on graduation to the student judged to be the most proficient in Urology, not necessarily the one with the highest exam standing.
the Ashworth Visiting Professorship in Orthopaedic Surgery
Established in January 2015 by Dr. M. Anthony Ashworth, MBA 1985, to support the costs associated with bringing authorities on topics related to Orthopaedic Surgery to Queen's University.
the A W M and Austin Friend Memorial Fund
A visiting professorship to be held at least annually, and with an emphasis on anaesthesiology, internal medicine, or otolaryngology, alternately, or as the Selection Committee sees fit.
the Dr S L Fransman Prize in Diagnostic Radiology
Established by Dr. S.L. Fransman and Mrs. Bertha Fransman. Awarded to a fourth year medical student who is entering a residency program specializing in Diagnostic Radiology. Preference will be given to students with an expressed or proven interest in MRI.
the Honourable Hugh F. Gibson Memorial Award in Alzheimer's Research
Established in memory of Hugh F. Gibson, Q.C., BA'37, BComm'38, awarded for outstanding academic and/or research achievement to a graduate student in either a MA or PhD degree program in the area of Neuroscience with a focus on Alzheimer's Research.
the Groll Prize in Clinical Skills
Established in honour of Dr. Aubrey Groll. Awarded to a student in Medicine who demonstrates exemplary interpersonal communication skills with patients and problem formulation in Internal Medicine clinical skills.
the Dr Jennie Gillespie Drennan Medical Scholarship Fund
Established by Margaret Saunders in memory of her aunt, Dr. Jennie Gillespie Drennan, Meds 189., Provides funding to one or more women, based on academic standing, in fourth year Meds. Recipients must be pursuing postgrad studies in Medicine or Surgery.
the M Gerald Lynch Scholarship in Medicine
Established by Michael J. Lynch, Meds 1958, in memory of his father, M. Gerald Lynch, Meds 1921. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students entering the second medical year within the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Dr Jeremy Nesheim Memorial Award in Biochemistry
Established to honour Dr. Jeremy Nesheim, BSc'91, PhD(Minnesota). Awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student entering the MA or PhD program in Biochemistry. Preference to those who complete their undergrad at Queen's and want to work in research.
the Eva A Baker Cancer Research Fund
To be used primarily to promote research in the area of diabetes. If there are no approved requests in this area, special requests for support in cancer research may be considered.
the Dr. David Barsky Chair in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
Established by Dr. David Barsky, M.D. 1953, to provide leadership locally and nationally to advance knowledge through research, education and clinical care in the field of ophthalmology advance knowledge in the field of ophthalmology.
the David Barsky Graduate Award in Ophthalmology
Established by Dr. David Barsky to enrich the learning experience of the residents enrolled in programs in or leading to graduate training in Ophthalmology at Queen's University.
the Mihran and Mary Basmajian Award for Excellence in Biomedical Research
Established by Dr. J.V. Basmajian in memory of his parents. The annual award is given to a member of the Faculty of Health Sciences who has made a meritorious contribution to medical research during the previous year or several years.
the John Bayne Endowment for Ophthalmology
Established by John Bayne, Meds 1975, to provide the Head of the Department of Ophthalmology with discretionary funds.
the John Bayne Endowment for Medical Education
Established to provide funds to be used by the School of Medicine for Undergraduate Programs at the discretion of the Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Michael Brown Memorial Award in Oncology
Established by the Queen's Medical Class of '59, in memory of their classmate, Dr. Michael Brown. Awarded annually to the final year medical student who has shown the best scholarly and clinical aptitude in the field of Oncology.
the Dr Andrew and Margaret Bruce Endowment for Visiting Scholars in Surgical Innovation
Established by Dr. Andrew and Margaret Bruce to support hosting of prominent scholars in the area of surgical scholarship at Queen's University.
the Dr. Bruce Cronk Distinguished Lecture Series
Established by Wayne Simmons, PhmB '47 U of T, and Dr. Bruce Cronk, M.D. 1946, to support the costs associated with bringing visiting scholars to bring special expertise in all areas of Medicine, Nursing and Rehabilitation Medicine.
the William E O'Hara Undergraduate Medicine Bursary
Established in Nov. 2002 by a bequest from the estate of William E. O'Hara, MD 1946, and awarded on the basis of financial need to students registered in second, third, or fourth year in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the CARE Fellowship Program
Established in July 2000 to support a one-year clinical fellowship in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
the Robert B Carson Speaker Series Fund
Established to provide annual support for a speaker series where an internationally recognized expert on structural biology or cell motility will be invited to give a seminar to the Protein Function Discovery (PFD) Research and Training Program.
the Canadian Cancer Trials Group Research Fund
Established to support clinical trials research related to improving the treatment and prevention of cancer in the Canadian Cancer Trials Group at Queen's University.
the Peter R. Galbraith MD Award for Palliative Care Education
This award is being established at Queen's University to support and promote advanced training in palliative care medicine within Hematology and Oncology.
the Dr. Nathan Roth Memorial Award
Family and friends would like to establish an award for medical students at Queen's in memory of Dr. Nathan Roth.
the Dr. Michael Chan Award in General Surgery
Established by Dr. Michael Chan, M.D. 1986, to provide an award to a postgraduate resident in the General Surgery Program in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University.
the Helen Chan Memorial Scholarship
Established by family and friends in memory of Helen Chan, BSc, Physical Therapy'91, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the final professional year of the Physical Therapy program in the School of Rehabilitation Therpy.
the Day Chair in Allergy Research
The Chair will facilitate the recruitment of a clinician/scientist, enhancing the research excellence of the Clinical Immunology and Allergy Unit at Queen's University by advancing knowledge and preparing students for a global society.
the Craig Jury Memorial Summer Studentship in Cancer Research
Established by Erma Jury, Arts 1963, in memory of her son Craig. Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in the Faculty of Health Sciences or the Faculty of Arts and Science to participate in a summer studentship in the Cancer Research Institute.
the Dr Ronald Calderisi Memorial Bursary
Established by Anna Crocco in memory of her husband Dr. Ronald Calderisi. Awarded on the basis of need to aboriginal students in any Faculty or School. Preference will be given to students in any program of studies in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Cancer Research Institute
Donations to this fund allow the members of the Cancer Research Institute to initiate new pilot research projects, to support the institute's trans-disciplinary training programs and to acquire new research infrastructure.
the J Delmar Blaine, MD, Meds 1949 & Ethel G Blaine, RN, Scholarship
Awarded to Canadian or permanent resident undergraduate medical students who achieve the highest and second highest grades in their respective years, and to the top two graduating students who have achieved the highest and second highest overall standing.
the Blended Learning Modalities Fund
Your gift will be used to develop and assess the use of Blended Learning Modalities to prepare learners for their clinical responsibilities in Respirology and Critical Care services, with a goal of improving patient care.
the Colin Ross Blyth Fund for Mental Health and Addictions Research
Established by the Blyth family to enhance scholarly activities in mental health and addictions research; funding innovative research in relevant areas to ensure that evidence-based research can be translated into practice, policies and programs.
the Boag Family Endowment in Neuroscience
Established by Dr. Lorna Boag to be used at the discretion of the Director of the Centre for Neuroscience Studies to support cellular and molecular research at the Centre for Neuroscience Studies.
the Harry Botterell Foundation for the Neurological Sciences
Funding to support of research in the Neurological Sciences. A completed Research Resume with appropriate ethical, animal and biohazard documentation should accompany the application. Ordinarily, an award may not be used in support salaries or travel.
the C Franklin and Helene K Bracken Fund for Health Informatics Librarian
Established by the Estate of Helene Bracken provide financial resources to support a Librarian position at the Bracken Health Sciences Library.
the C Franklin and Helene K Bracken Memorial Fund to Maintain Attractiveness of Bracken Library
Established by the Estate of Helene Bracken to provide financial resources to support the maintenance and upkeep of the Bracken Health Sciences Library.
the Beryl Bracken (Ferguson) Memorial Award in Nursing
Established by George W. Bracken, B.Sc.Eng'56, and Margaret Bracken, BA'97, in memory of his sister, Beryl Bracken (Ferguson), R.N. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Ph.D. level students in year one of Nursing.
the Bracken Memorial ITS
Established in January 2006 by the Estate of Helene K. Bracken to support information technology in Bracken Library.
the C Franklin and Helene K Bracken Memorial Scholarships in Medicine
Established in memory of Dr. Franklin C. Bracken, Meds'11, through a bequest from Helene Bracken. Awarded to med students for highest, 2nd highest, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th highest academic standing in Phase I, Phase IIA, Phase IIB, Phase IIC, and Phase IIE.
the Bracken Library Endowment Fund
To support Bracken Library.
the John Brooks Crowe "Pioneer" Memorial Bursary
Established by Ian H. Birch, BSc Engineering'37, and his wife Margrethe J. Crowe, PHN. Awarded on the basis of need to a student in fourth year of the Bachelor of Nursing Science program, enrolled in NURS 405 Community Health Nursing.
the Dunin Foundation Fund for Neuroscience Studies
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the field of concussion trauma/recovery in the Centre for Neuroscience Studies.
the Dr. Heather F. Clarke Nursing Bursary
Established by Heather Clarke, BNSc'66. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the School of Nursing with preference given to Canadian Aboriginal students (First Nations, Inuit or Metis).
the Claxton Cardiology Lectureship
To advance knowledge and learning in the broad field of cardio-circulatory disease, to ensure clinical and basic science collaboration and to support visiting professorships in the field.
the Claxton Fund in Medical Ethics
Established to develop, implement and support a new and enhanced program of medical ethics as an integral component of the new curriculum for the education of physicians. To support the services of a professionally qualified medical ethicist.
CLEO-the Practice of Medicine
Established to provide support for education in Medical Ethics in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Clinical Education Awards in Occupational and Physical Therapy
Established by Elizabeth Tata, former Professor of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy to recognize excellence in teaching by clinical preceptors who are affiliated with the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen's University.
Clinical Placement Initiatives Fund
Established to support the initial development and long term sustainability of innovative, interprofessional placements for occupational therapy and physical therapy students.
the Centre for Neuroscience Studies Fund
The Centre for Neuroscience Studies Fund was established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical pedagogical research in the Centre for Neuroscience Studies
the W. Ford Connell Professorship in Palliative Care Medicine
The establishment of a fully funded Professorship in the Faculty of Health Sciences to advance scholarship in Palliative Care.
the Margaret and David Cook Admission Award
Established by David Cook, MD 1975, MSc 1971, and Margaret Cook and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Margarette Cowper Memorial Research Award
Established in memory of Margarette Cowper by William Cowper, BA(Hons) 1998, MA 1999. Awarded to residents, fellows, or faculty members for research in pulmonary hypertension within the School of Medicine.
the Department of Critical Care Medicine Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, in the Department of Critical Care Medicine at Queen's University.
Clinical Teachers' Association of Queen's (CTAQ) Chair in Applied Health Economics/Health Policy
Established by the Clinical Teachers' Association of Queen's University to enable Queen's Faculty of Health Sciences to recruit an excellent scholar in the area of health economics/health policy.
the Callum Dagnone Memorial Prize in Pediatrics
Established by Damon and Trisha Dagnone, in memory of their son Callum. Awarded to Residents within Pediatrics demonstrating the highest standard in clinical care, compassion, and interpersonal communication as they practice Pediatric Hematology-Oncology,
the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
Established to advance the mission of the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences to provide wide-ranging support to its members, such as educational innovation, infrastructure costs, and/or department costs.
the Dr Katherine M Detre Award
Established in October 2007 by a bequest from the estate of Dr. Katherine M. Detre, MD'52, and awarded on the basis of financial need to an International Medical Graduate in a Residency program at Queen's University to support further training.
The Dr. Henry B. Dinsdale Visiting Lectureship
Established in honour of Dr. Henry B. Dinsdale, MD'55, to support the costs associated with bringing prominent speakers on topics related to neurological diseases or medical leadership to the Department of Medicine.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Allergy & Immunology
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Allergy & Immunology in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Cardiology
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Cardiology in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Dermatology
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Dermatology in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Gastroenterology
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Gastroenterology in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Geriatric Medicine
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Geriatric Medicine in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Hematology
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Hematology in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Infectious Diseases
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of General Internal Medicine
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of General Internal Medicine in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Nephrology
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Nephrology in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Neurology
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Neurology in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Respirology
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Respirology in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Department of Medicine Trust in support of the Division of Rheumatology
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Division of Rheumatology in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the William Ersil Memorial Award
Established by Donald Chow, Meds '81, in memory of William Ersil, Meds '79. Awarded to a resident in the orthopaedic training program for the orthopaedic research paper judged to be the best in terms of originality and content each year.
the Ettinger Testimonial Fund
Established in honour of G. Harold Ettinger, Dean of Medicine at Queen's University from 1949 to 1962. Awarded to medical students to assist in meeting unexpected financial need.
the Family Medicine Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Department of Family Medicine at Queen's University.
the Dr Ben Finkelstein and Family Bursary
Established in memory of Ben Finkelstein, Med'41, and in honour of family members who presently attend Queen's University, by his wife Eve (Zbar) Finkelstein, Arts'42. Awarded on the basis of need to a student in their fourth year of Medical School.
the Julio Arboleda-Florez and Heather Stuart Award
Established by Drs. Julio E. Arboleda-Florez and Heather L. Stuart. Awarded to M.Sc., MPH or Ph.D. students enrolled in the graduate program in Epidemiology with a stated research interest in the field of mental health.
the Albert and Anne Francis Foundation Graduate Award
Established by the Albert and Anne Francis Foundation and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Masters or PhD students enrolled in Nursing in the School of Graduate Studies
the Mary N. Francis Fellowship in Nursing Science
Established by Gordon Francis and Eleanor Rivoire in memory of their mother Mary N. Francis. Awarded to Master of Nursing Science students or PhD students in Nursing Science in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Roger Fraser Endowment Fund in Health Sciences
Established by the Estate of Joseph S E Roger Fraser to support the Patient Simulation Laboratory and the Centre for Advanced Uroligical Research at Queen's.
the Dr. Alison B. Froese Research Fund in Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine
Established in honour of Dr. Alison B. Froese to provide seed funding for researchers, in the form of grants, for novel research in the area of anesthesiology and perioperative medicine at Queen's University.
the Galway Visiting Lectureship
Established in July 1983 to support an annual visiting lectureship in Orthopaedic Surgery.
the Gastrointestinal Infection Research Trust Fund
Established to purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research related to gastrointestinal infection in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University.
the Global Health Elective Awards
Awards granted to medical students in any year who are participating in a clinical or research elective outside of Canada. Applications will also be considered for an elective that embodies the intent of these awards within remote areas of Canada.
the Larry Gibson Fund for Palliative Care Medicine
Established by the Estate of Larry Gibson to provide discretionary support for various present and future needs in the Palliative Care Medicine program in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the William E O'Hara Post-Graduate Bursary
Established by a bequest from the estate of William E. O'Hara, MD'46, and awarded on the basis of financial need to residents registered in a postgraduate medical education program in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Dr Robert John Wilson Fellowship
Awarded to doctoral students registered in Health Science related disciplines. Candidate must show exceptional promise for making significant contributions to studies or research in Health Sciences.
the Faculty of Health Sciences MD/PhD-MD/Master's Program Fund
The Faculty of Health Sciences MD/PhD-MD/Master's Program Fund was established to support the priorities of the Program such as, but not limited to, curriculum advancement, symposium, and supplemental funding for MD/PhD-MD/Master's scholarships.
the Edith and Carla Eisenhauer Chair in Clinical Cancer Research
Funds in memory of Edith Eisenhauer by daughter Elizabeth Eisenhauer for a Chair in Clinical Cancer Research. Normally, the individual appointed to Chair will also hold the position of Director, National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group.
the Dr. Sherif El-Defrawy Lectureship Fund
Established by Dr. Sherif El-Defrawy and Dr. Laurel Bates, MD 1987, to support the costs associated with bringing prominent speakers on topics related to Ophthalmology to Queen's University.
the Eldon Boyd Fellowship
Established by Prof. E.M. Boyd. Awarded to a graduate student in the field of Therapeutics, Drug Development, and Human Toxicology in the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences graduate program.
the Department of Emergency Medicine Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Queen's University.
the Empire Life Public Health Sciences Fellowships
Established by Empire Life. Awarded to graduate students in Public Health Sciences to undertake graduate work and research in the field of public health.
the Caroline (Cairnie) Jenkins Memorial Prizes
Established in memory of Caroline Jenkins, BScOT'81. Awarded to two students entering the final professional year of the Occupational Therapy program in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy.
the Ruth Jerrett Memorial Award in Nursing
Established in memory of Ruth Jerrett, by her daughter Mary Jerrett, BN, MSc, EdD, and awarded to an undergrad student in the School of Nursing on the basis of financial need and a sound academic record. Preference will be given to third year students.
the Justus Medical Education Fund
Established in September 2006 by the Estate of Howard Willis Justus, MD'28, to provide funds for medical education in the School of Medicine to be used at the discretion of the Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds '82 Dr. Al Kannegieter Memorial Fund
Established by the class of Medicine 1982 in memory of Al Kannegieter, M.D. 1982, to further palliative care education and research.
the Dr. Nathan Kaufman Service-Learning Fund
Established by Dr. Nathan Kaufman to provide resources and support for medical students to participate in service-learning activities.
the Kaufman Visiting Speaker Fund
This annual visiting lectureship focuses on research of major interest to the Department of Pathology by an internationally acclaimed scholar and the fund also provides for occasional other visiting regional speakers in our weekly seminar series.
the Edith Gilbert Fund
Established to recognize the outstanding contribution of loyalty and service over 47 years by Edith Marguerite Gilbert to the Faculty of Medicine. The funding is discretionary for the Dean of Faculty of Health Sciences to support emerging technology.
the Dr. Gillian Gilchrist Chair in Palliative Care Research
Established by Dr. Hak Ming Chiu and Deborah Chiu in honour of Dr. Gillian Gilchrist to fund a prestigious faculty position in palliative care research in Queen's School of Medicine, who will also be a member of the privileged staff of Lakeridge Health.
Global Health Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and learning opportunities related to Global Health initiatives. This may include support for teaching and scholarly activity, purchasing equipment, fund travel and research carried out by the Office of Global Health.
the Torrible Goldman Sachs Scholarship
Established by Goldman Sachs Gives and awarded to an eligible full time student in the Master of Science (Physical Therapy) (M.Sc.[P.T.]) program in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Dr I M Gourley Prize
Established by Mrs. B.S. McPhee of Vankleek Hill, Ontario, in honour of Ian Maxwell Gourley, MD, CM, Queen's 1931. Awarded annually to the student who attains the highest standing in Paediatrics.
the Great-West Life School of Medicine Studentship
Established to provide financial recognition to first and second year students in the School of Medicine on a Summer Research Studentship.
the Hannah Chair in the History of Medicine
Established in January 2000 by Associated Medical Services Incorporated to create a Chair in the History of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences. The name of the Chair is the Hannah Chair in the History of Medicine.
the J D Hatcher Award
Established in memory of J. Donald Hatcher and awarded to an undergraduate medical student to be used for a clinical or research critical enquiry elective, or equivalent project, normally outside Kingston.
the Dr. M. Daria Haust Pathology Studentship
Established by Dr. M. Daria Haust for medical students in the summer immediately after their first, second or third year of medical school, to undertake research, clinical work or academic endeavours in Pathology.
the Haust Trust Fund
Established by Dr. M. Daria Haust, M.Sc. '59, to support scholarships for postdoctoral fellows and graduate students (MSc; PhD) studying pathology in the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine.
the Deborah Louise Healey Memorial Award
Established by the family of Deborah Louise Healey and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner student enrolled in the School of Nursing in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Faculty of Health Science Strategic Initiatives Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical, basic and pedagogical research in the Faculty of Health Sciences including the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Rehabilitation Therapy.
the Paul B. Helliwell Chair in Orthopaedic Research
The Paul B. Helliwell Chair in Orthopaedic Research, based in the HMRC, will lead pioneering research to transform the way orthopaedic care is provided in Canada and beyond.
the William J. Henderson Foundation Fund: support for the Archer Laboratory Program on Cardiovascular Sciences and Mitochondrial Biology
Established by the William J. Henderson Foundation to support and enhance research activities in the cardiac research in the Archer laboratory at Queen's University.
the Brian Hennen Chair in Family Medicine Trust Fund
Established to augment funding for The Brian Hennen Chair in Family Medicine Endowment Fund.
the Sean Alexander Hennen Strang Endowment Fund
Established by Brian Hennen, M.D. 1962, in honour of Sean Alexander Hennen Strang, to advance teaching and learning in the field of Developmental Disabilities in adults.
the Bob Henry Award
Established by Joy Beazley, BA'77, in memory of Bob Henry. Awarded to undergraduate students in the School of Medicine or the School of Nursing, who demonstrate the highest standard in clinical care, compassion and interpersonal communication.
the Dr Jean Hill Endowment Fund for Nursing
Established by the estate of Dr. Jean Hill to support scholarly activities, initiatives, and projects among faculty and/or students. It may also be used to contribute to the support of a Chair in Nursing.
the Dr Jean Hill Endowment for Clinical Excellence in Nursing
Established in recognition of former Nursing School Dean, Dr. E. Jean Hill's commitment to excellence in nursing practice, this fund supports events and initiatives that develop and enhance the study and teaching of exemplary clinical practice.
the HMRC Fund
The HMRC Fund was established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Human Mobility Research Centre at Queen's University.
the Dr Jeanette Holden Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Dr. Jeanette Holden, Founder and Director of ASD-CARC, Department of Psychiatry, to help support research in autism and other mental illnesses through the study of genetics at Queen's University.
the E. Shannon Howard Medical Student Bursary
Established by E. Shannon Howard, BCom 1975, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of the School of Medicine.
the James B. Howe Endowment Fund in Medicine
Established by the late Dr James B. Howe, MD'56, funding to provide financial support for research in the Neurological Sciences, with an emphasis on Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia, within the Faculty of Health Sciences and Queen's University.
the Dr. Robert Hudson Memorial Award
Established by Marie Nicole Florent, BA 1988, MPA 2001, LLM 2006, in memory of her husband, Queen's Professor Dr. Robert W. Hudson. Awarded to students in any year of the School of Medicine.
the Nursing Placement Award
Established from alumni donations to provide financial assistance to undergraduate nursing students to travel to their clinical placements. Awarded to students on the basis of financial need.
the Jellinck-Lyttle Graduate Fellowship in Biochemistry
Established by Richard Lyttle, PhD'73, in honour of P Harry Jellinck, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Biochemistry. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Masters or PhD level students enrolled in Biochemistry.
the Latham Family Award in Social Neuroscience
Established by Ruth Hill and her children and awarded on the basis of academic excellence and/or research achievement to funding-eligible Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in Neuroscience Studies.
the Dr Harold Latham Award in Family Medicine
Established by the Latham family to provide an annual award to a postgraduate student to support an academic project judged to be the best quality dealing with mental health issues in Family Medicine.
the R W Leonard Prize in Physical Therapy
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the final professional year of the Physical Therapy Program in the School of Rehabilitative Therapy.
the Life Sciences '83 Fund
Established by the class of Life Sciences 1983 to support the acquisition of state-of-the-art laboratory equipment and innovative educational technologies that will enhance experiential learning in Life Science Student Laboratories.
the Life Sciences Trust Fund
Your gift will be used to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support pedagogical research in the Life Sciences program at Queen's University.
the Dr Clair Johnston Locke Memorial Bursary
Established from the estate of Helen Audrey Locke in memory of her husband, Dr. Clair Johnston Locke, Meds'35, and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Sylvia Lodge Endowed Ovarian Cancer Research Fund
Established by the Lodge family in memory of Sylvia Marie Lodge. Through support of ongoing research on ovarian cancer, the Lodge family hopes to improve the outcomes for future patients.
the Mark S. Lodge Fund in Spinal Cord Research
Established by the Lodge family in memory of Mark Stephen Lodge to advance spinal cord research at Queen's. Funds will be used for research activities including but not limited to, student laboratory work, and equipment and materials.
the Dr. James A. Low Fellowship in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
The income in the fund will support research and provide financial support to clinical research trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Queen's University.
the Paul and Linda Lucas Bursary in Medicine
Established in honour of Paul Lucas, past Chair of the Board of Rx&D and retired CEO of GlaxoSmithKline Inc. Awarded to students entering the first year of the MD program in the School of Medicine who previously completed the Queen's Life Science program.
the Dr Christopher Lui Memorial Research Award
Established in memory of Christopher Lui, MD 2006, to provide financial assistance to a Cardiology resident or fellow in the School of Medicine, with preference given to a resident or fellow focused on the advancement of congenital heart research.
the Dan Lynch Award
Established in memory of Dan Lynch by Jane and Michael J. Lynch, M.D. 1958. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in the final medical year in the School of Medicine.
the Philips Macdonnell Memorial Award
Established in memory of Philips Macdonnell and awarded to a student of high quality in the fourth medical year who has been accepted into Queen's postgraduate course for the education of specialists in Family Medicine.
the James Scott Macdonald Memorial Fund
Interest from a capital fund established through a bequest from James Scott Macdonald to be used for research in disorders of joins, connective tissue and related areas. The income may also be combined with that of similar funds.
the Dr. Bill and Barbara Leacy Medical Student Bursary
Established by the family of Dr. Bill Leacy, M.D. 1960, and Barbara Leacy, B.A. 1957. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Stanley F Leavine Memorial Award
Established in memory of her father by Dr. Desta F. Leavine, and awarded to the student who obtains the highest standing in Pathology.
the Distinguished Lecture Series in Reproductive Health
Established by the Queen's University Research Group in Reproduction, Development and Sexual Function. The lecture series will enable regular visits to Queen's by investigators who are global leaders in reproduction, development and/or sexual function.
the Margaret Leith Bruce Faculty Award in Compassionate Care
Established by Dr. Andrew Bruce in memory of Margaret Leith Bruce to recognize a faculty member in the School of Nursing who demonstrates, and teaches the principles of compassionate care, to students while they are completing clinical practice.
the Mary A Keillor Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Mary A. Keillor. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any year in the School of Nursing.
the Garfield Kelly Cardio Research Fund
Established in memory of Dr. Garfield Kelly and Grace Kelly. The Fund is to be used to support a wide spectrum of research, embracing clinical studies in cardiovascular function in health and disease, within the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Gwen Keough Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Gwenlyn J. Keough (Rehab'82) by her parents Leona and William, (Sc.'48 1/2) and sisters Terry (Arts'79) and Nancy (Ed.'86). Awarded to a graduate student in an M.Sc. or Ph.D. program in Rehabilitation Science.
the Shane Daniel Klein Scholarship in Family Medicine
Established in memory of Shane Klein, MD'15. Awarded to medical students who will be entering a residency program in Family Medicine, with preference to students entering the Family Medicine residency program at Queen's University.
the Dr. John Kostuik Fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery
Established by Dr. John Kostuik, M.D. 1961, to support an individual who has completed his or her residency in orthopaedic surgery and is pursuing further training in an orthopaedic sub specialization.
the Ben Kropp Prize in Anatomy
Established in memory of Dr. Benjamin Nathan Kropp, this prize is awarded annually to a student graduating in an Honours program in Life Sciences who has received the highest standing in Anatomy courses (two or more) throughout his/her program.
the Dr. David Mok Memorial Fund
Funds have been donated by the family and friends of Dr. David Mok to be used to support educational experiences for the Residents in Ophthalmology at Queen's University. The funds will be dispersed at the discretion of the Head of the Department
the Alvaro and Diane Morales Public Lecture Series in Men's Health
Established by Dr. Alvaro Morales and Mrs. Diane Morales, BA(Hons) 1985, to support the costs associated with bringing speakers with an emphasis on Issues Related to Men's Health to Queen's University.
the Peter Morrin Memorial Academic Fund
Established by friends and colleagues in memory of Peter Morrin, retired Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, to further the academic mission of the Division of Nephrology, Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Peter Morrin Prize in Nephrology
Established in honour of Dr. Peter Morrin's retirement from the Faculty of Medicine, Division of Nephrology. Awarded to a student in the fourth medical year obtaining the highest overall standing in Nephrology, or in medical ethics related to nephrology.
the Movement Disorder Program Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, provide salary support and fund research related to the Movement Disorder program, including but not limited to Parkinson's disease, in the Department of Medicine.
the Dr Gerald Marks and Marion Marks Prize in Pharmacology and Toxicology Endowment Fund
Established in honour of Gerald Marks, former Head of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, and Marion Marks. Awarded to the M.Sc. or Ph.D. graduate student deemed to have had the best thesis in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology.
the Maudsley Fund in Medical Education
Established by Mary K. Maudsley, Arts 1961, on behalf of the Maudsley Family Foundation to support scholarship and innovation in medical education, carrying forward the work of Robert F. Maudsley, Meds 1962.
the Dr J Hugh and Miriam McGuire Lectureship in Surgery
Established by Miriam McGuire to fund a lecture in surgery. The topic, which shall be of interest to general surgeons, and format of the lecture will be at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Surgery.
the Medicine 2001 Bursary
The Class of Medicine 2001 is fundraising to establish a bursary for undergraduate students in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Medical School Excellence Fund
Established to help maintain the excellence and intimacy of the learning environment in the School of Medicine, attract the best students and faculty, and build on current educational programs. It will provide annual discretionary funding for the Dean.
the New Medical Building
Bringing together teaching, research, administrative and student facilities in one building; the facility is a hub for medical education, including small group teaching, simulation and integrated science labs. http://meds.queensu.ca/building
the Department of Medicine Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, including but not limited to resident research, in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Meds 1959 Bursary
Established by the class of Meds 1959 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds 1983 Fund
Established by the Class of Medicine 1983 in celebration of their 30th reunion. The Fund was established to support initiatives and activities that promote the mental health and wellness of medical students at Queen's University.
the Meds 1992 Bursary
The Class of Meds 1992 is fundraising to establish a bursary for students in the School of Medicine. Should the minimums not be raised, funds will be directed to the Queen's Medical Student Bursary.
the Meds 2002 Fund
Established by Meds 2002 to support the School of Medicine. Initially, funds will be used to dedicate a tree in memory of Dr. Michael Nault, M.D. 2002. Subsequent projects will be selected by the Faculty of Health Sciences in consultation with the class.
the Meds 2012 Fund
Established by Meds 2012 to support the School of Medicine. Initially, funds will be used to purchase artwork for the new Medical Building. Subsequent projects will be selected by the Faculty of Health Sciences in consultation with the class.
the Meds '53 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1953 and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any undergraduate medical year in the School of Medicine.
the Medicine 1955 Bursary
Established by the Class of Medicine 1955 in honour of their 50th Reunion. Awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate medical students in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Medicine 1956 50th Reunion Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1956. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the School of Medicine.
the Meds 1961 Jack and Beryl Kerr Bursary
Established by the class of Meds'61 in honour of Jack and Beryl Kerr, Honorary Class Presidents. Awarded on the basis of financial need to an undergraduate student in any medical year within the School of Medicine.
the Meds 1964 Memorial Bursary
Established by the class of Meds 1964 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds 1973 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1973. Awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in any year in the School of Medicine.
the Meds '75 Bursary
Established by the class of Meds '75. Awarded on the basis of financial need to an undergraduate student in any medical year within the School of Medicine.
the Meds '76 Bursary
Established by the Class of Medicine 1976. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any undergraduate medical year in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University.
the Meds ?77 Ron Wigle Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1977. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any undergraduate medical year in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds 1985 Bursary
The class of Medicine 1985 is fundraising to establish a bursary for undergraduate students in the School of Medicine.
the Meds 1985 Dan Yeh Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1985 in memory of Dan Yeh, M.D. 1985. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the School of Medicine.
the Meds 1987 Bursary
The class of Meds 1987 is fundraising to create a bursary for undergraduate students in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Medicine 1988 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1988 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of the School of Medicine.
the William H Boyd Memorial Award for Neurological Research
Established in January 2002 by a bequest from the estate of William H. Boyd, Ph.D. 1962, the fund is to be used by a medical doctor for research in Neurological Diseases, and is not limited to the support of personnel or equipment.
the C. Franklin and Helene K. Bracken Fund for Acquisitions in Health Informatics
Established in support of information technology in Bracken Library.
the C Franklin and Helene K Bracken Memorial Scholarships in Nursing
Established through a bequest from Helene Bracken in memory of Dr. Franklin C. Bracken (Meds'11) and Helene K. Bracken, and awarded to students entering the first year program in the School of Nursing on the basis of outstanding academic achievement.
the Beatrice and Harold Cohen Scholarship in Medical Ethics
Established in memory of Beatrice and Harold Cohen. Awarded to a student who exhibited high academic achievement throughout the undergraduate curriculum in bioethics, and manifested ethically appropriate behaviour.
the Department of Public Health Sciences Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research, in the Department of Public Health Sciences at Queen's University.
the Glaxo Wellcome Clinical Education Centre
Established to provide funding for educational and/or other activities of the Glaxo Wellcome Clinical Education Centre.
the Daria M Haust Speaker Fund
A lecture series established in honour of Daria M. Haust to provide financial support for visiting speakers of major interest to the Department of Pathology with a preferred focus on normal and abnormal growth and development including genetics.
the GlaxoSmithKline-Canadian Institutes of Health Research (GSK-CIHR) Chair in Neurosciences
Established by GlaxoSmithKline for the creation of a fully funded Chair in Neurosciences in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Christopher MacKay & Standing Ovation Fund
Established by Christopher MacKay and Standing Ovation to assist in spinal cord rehabilitation research in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Queen's University.
the Dr Marc L Smith Memorial Summer Studentship
Established in memory of Marc L. Smith, Meds 1994. Presented to a medical student to participate in an 8 to 12 week summer clinical experience. The successful candidate will participate in the departmental rehabilitation programs.
the Ruth Taylor Research Fund in Brain Disorders
Established by Doris Noftall, in memory of her sister Ruth Taylor, to enable a medical student(s) to pursue research during the summer toward the discovery of a cure for cancerous and non-cancerous disorders of the brain.
the Medicine ThankQ Fund
Queen's School of Medicine graduate class will raise funds for the Medicine ThankQ Fund to support the School of Medicine and in consultation with the Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Way Memorial Trust in Health Sciences
Established by a bequest from the estate of Beryl Way, the funds will be used to support research projects in the Faculty of Health Sciences that serve a practical purpose and show potential for substantive benefit to the pulic at large.
the Medicine 1956 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1956 in recognition of their 40th reunion. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the School of Medicine who are residents of Ontario.
the Meds '63 Bursary Fund
Established by the 1963 graduates in Medicine at Queen's University, provides a bursary to help pay the tuition costs of a student in any medical year. The bursary will be given on the basis of financial need.
the Meds '65 Memorial Bursary
Established by the class of Meds '65 in memory of classmates. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the Faculty of Medicine.
the Meds 1971 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1971 and awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in any year in the School of Medicine.
the Meds '72 Jack Milliken Bursary
Established by members of the class of Medicine 1972 in recognition of their 25th reunion. Awarded on the basis of need to undergraduate students in any medical year within the School of Medicine, who are residents of Ontario.
the Meds 1974 Fund
Established by the class of Meds 1974 to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the School of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Luis G Melo Memorial Lecture Series in Molecular Cardiology
Established in 2008 in memory of Luis G. Melo to honour his life and contributions to cardiovascular science. The fund will be used to support bringing speakers with an emphasis on Molecular Cardiology to Queen's University.
the Mental Health Awareness Initiatives Trust Fund
Established as a result of the Movember Grant/The Caring Campus Project to support ongoing student-led activities and purchase supplies related to mental health and substance abuse awareness initiatives on campus.
the Mental Health Fund - Bhagat Puran Singh
Established by Ken Grewal, BCom'96, to hire Master's and PhD students as Research Assistants or Research Associates studying mental health stigmas to develop the best practices required to break down stigmas that stand in the way of treatment.
the Dr M Albert Menzies Medical Bursary
Established by the estate of M Albert Menzies, Meds 1945, and awarded to undergraduate medical students in any year in the School of Medicine on the basis of financial need.
the Everett and Marian Mickle Memorial Research Fund
Established by the Estate of Roberta J. Mickle to provide support to research in the field of genetics. Any aspect of genetics research (basic, clinical, health outcomes etc.) is eligible for support. Preference given to operating costs or equipment.
the Dr. Richard Milner Resident Award
Established in memory of Dr. Richard Milner, M.D. 1981. Awarded to postgraduate residents in the Department of Family Medicine who have shown a passion for teaching, expertise in leadership and practice management.
the School of Nursing 75th Anniversary Bursary
Established in recognition of the 75th anniversary of the School of Nursing and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of a Bachelor of Nursing Science degree program in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Alumni Scholarship for Nursing Graduate Students
Established by Queen's Nursing Alumni and awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student entering first year of the graduate program in nursing. Students in second year may also be deemed eligible if they have maintained first class standing.
the Nursing Skills Lab Equipment
Established in 2007 to provide funding for lab equipment that would be used by nursing students as part of their practical skills lab. This fund provides the School with the flexibility to purchase the equipment that is needed for the Nursing Skills Lab.
the Nursing Initiatives Fund
Established to support a variety of needs, including assisting with student-led initiatives (not merit or need-based student awards), conferences and guest lecturers, or other initiatives that enhance teaching and learning in the School of Nursing.
the Nursing Research Award
Established by Emeritus Professor Sharon Ogden Burke in memory of her mother Treasure Payne and her father Robert Gibson and awarded annually to the graduating student with the highest mark in Principles and Applications of Nursing Research (NURS-324).
the School of Nursing Undergraduate Bursary
Your gift will be used to provide bursary assistance to undergraduate Nursing students.
the Bracken Library Nursing Fund
Funds to pay for the annual subscription costs to several nursing journal titles. These titles will be chosen by the Nursing students through the Nursing Science Society representative in consultation with Bracken Health Sciences Library.
the Obstetrics Memorial Fund
To promote knowledge in obstetrics and gynaecology and related matters.
the Kathleen Murphy Volunteer Award
Donations made in honor of Kathleen Murphy will be deposited in the Occupational Therapy Program Trust Fund at Queen's to provide an annual non-monetary award for OT students.
the Occupational Therapy Program
Your gift will be used to support the mission and strategic priorities of the Occupational Therapy Program in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen's University.
the Dr. Fergus O'Connor Bursary
In honour of Dr. Fergus O'Connor Sr. (Meds 1906), Dr. Maurice O'Connor (Meds '34), and Dr. Fergus O'Connor Jr. (Meds '36), and Dr. Paul O'Connor (Meds '69), a bursary to assist students in the School of Medicine.
the Department of Oncology Cancer Research and Education Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Department of Oncology at Queen's University.
the Ernie & Edna Johnson Chair in Ophthalmology
Established in October 2009 by Dr Ernie and Mrs Edna Johnson to create a Chair in Ophthalmology to advance knowledge in the field of ophthalmology
the Department of Ophthalmology Trust Fund
Established to support the clinical and academic missions of the Department of Ophthalmology at Queen's University.
the D. Rosen, R. Pinkerton and D. Robertson Fund in Ophthalmology
Established by Dr. Raymond A. Bell, Meds 1970, to be used at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Ophthalmology to support clinical and research activities in the Department of Ophthalmology.
the Division of Orthopaedic Surgery Trust Fund
Established to sustain the Division of Orthopaedics including salary support for the administrative assistant, supplies, and education and travel for Orthopaedic Residents.
the Orthopaedic Trauma Education and Research Fund
Established for education, research and salary support for subspecialty education for the Orthopaedic Trauma surgeon.
the Marion Sarah Barr Memorial Bursary
Established by Major General J.W.B. Barr in memory of his wife Captain (Matron) Marion S. Barr, ARCC, R.N. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in the final year of the Bachelor of Nursing Science program
the Thomas J Boag Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Dr. Thomas J. Boag. Awarded on the basis of financial need to an undergraduate medical student in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Ernest A Boxall Bursary
Established by Dr. Ernest A. Boxall, Meds '45, and awarded annually on the basis of financial need to a student in good standing in the fourth medical year.
the Brison Family Award in Engineering
Established by John W. Brison, Science 1948, Dr. Robert J. Brison, and other family members. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in any year of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Brison Family Award in Health Sciences
Established by John W. Brison, Science 1948, Dr. Robert J. Brison, and other family members. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in any year of the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Dame Sylvia Burkinshaw, D.St.J., R.N., Award
Established by the Estate of Sylvia Burkinshaw, BA'89, MPA'92, D.St.J., R.N., and St. John Ambulance Loyalist Branch. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in second, third or fourth year of the School of Nursing.
the Martin W Chepesiuk Award
Established by the Chepesiuk family. Awarded to a student in any medical year in the Faculty of Health Sciences who exhibits academic excellence, participates in intramural sport(s), and has financial need.
the Dr William Cornett Memorial Bursary
Established Catherine and Christopher Cornett in memory of their father, William Cornett, MD 1945, and awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in any year in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Cortlandt Mackenzie Bursary
Established Dr. Cortlandt MacKenzie, MD '51, and awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in any medical year in the School of Medicine.
the Samuel Cronk Bursary
Established by Dr. L. Bruce Cronk, M.D. 1946, and Harriet E. (Cronk) Simmons, Arts 1941, in memory of their father. Awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in the School of Medicine.
the Dr Gary Diotallevi Memorial Award
Established by an anonymous donor, and awarded on the basis of sound academic record and financial need to a full-time medical student in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Faculty Award for Graduate Students in the School of Nursing
Established by faculty in the School of Nursing, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to graduate students in the second year of the Master's degree program in the School of Nursing.
the Dr Ronald A Ferguson Award
Established by Ronald A. Ferguson, B.Sc.1961, M.D.1966, and awarded on the basis of need, good academic standing, and school/community involvement, to students in their third year of medical school. Preference given to those interested in Family Medicine.
the Aish Award
Established by Dr. Arlene Aish and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to a student in the final year of studies in the Bachelor of Nursing Science program.
the Dr. Mona Mulligan Medical Bursary
Established by Dr. Mona Mulligan and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year in the School of Medicine. Preference will be given to Aboriginal students.
the Dr. Peter Munt Visiting Lectureship
Established by Elizabeth Munt and her son, Andy Munt, in memory of Dr. Peter Munt, to support the costs associated with bringing prominent speakers on the topic of respirology to the Division of Respirology at Queen's University.
the Murphy Memorial Scholarship
In memory of his brother, Dr. Ormond Murphy, the late Dr. William Murphy made provision in his will for a scholarship to be awarded to the student obtaining the highest standing in the examinations at the end of the first medical year.
the Military and Veteran's Health Fund
Established to provide the Director, Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran's Health Research, discretionary support for the operations and research activities of the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran's Health Research.
the Dr. Kanji Nakatsu Summer Studentship
Established by Dr. Kanji Nakatsu and ?Susie? Shirley Nakatsu to provide annual funding for studentships for undergraduate or medical students to undertake research endeavours in the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences.
the Jeremy Nesheim Graduate Award
Established in memory of Dr. Jeremy Nesheim, B.Sc. 1991, Ph.D. (Minnesota). Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master's or PhD level students enrolled in Pathology and Molecular Medicine for graduate travel and expenses.
the Neuroscience Outreach Program
Established to support the Neuroscience Outreach Program - a student run initiative within the Centre of Neuroscience Studies whose goal is to develop long-term consistent community projects.
the Dr and Mrs Frank D Newell Scholarship
Established by Dr. F.D. Newell (Meds '46) and Mrs. Newell. A number of scholarships are awarded annually to cover the cost of tuition. Awards will be made to students in good standing on the basis of need.
the Kitty Noble Memorial Ontario Graduate Scholarship
Established in memory of Kitty Noble, Occupational Therapy 1974, by Stephen Sorensen, BCom 1976. Awards to Master's or Ph.D. students in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy.
the Annual Nursing Lectureship Fund
Established to support the School of Nursing to invite an expert to speak on a topic of importance to the field of nursing.
the Nursing Thank Q
Queen's Nursing graduating class will raise funds for the Nursing ThankQ Fund in support of the School of Nursing and in consultation with the Director of Queen's School of Nursing.
the Barbara Vance Bursary in Nursing
Established by Edna Vance and awarded on the basis of financial need to second-, third- or fourth-year students registered in the School of Nursing in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Otolaryngology Trust
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support research in the Department of Otolaryngology at Queen's University.
the Murray M and Ruth S Fraser Medical Student Award
Established by Dr. Murray Fraser, Meds'45, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to medical students in the first year program in the School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Dr William Thomas Gaukrodger Bursary
Established by Alice Gaukrodger, BAH'51, MA'53, in memory of her husband, William Gaukrodger, MD'53, and awarded on the basis of financial need to second-year medical students in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the W R Ghent Memorial Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1971 in memory of Dr. W.R. Ghent, M.D. 1947. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the Faculty of Medicine who are residents of Ontario.
the Larry Gibson Graduate Fellowship
Established by Larry Gibson and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to Masters or PhD level students in a Nursing program, with preference given to students with a research interest in palliative care.
the Larry Gibson Medical Student Bursary
Established by the Estate of Larry Gibson and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any year of the School of Medicine.
the W Gordon Hamilton Bursary in Medicine
Established in memory of Gordon Hamilton, MD'13. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any year in the School of Medicine.
the Ernest and Edna Johnson Bursary
Established by Edna and Ernest A. Johnson, M.D. 1938. Awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in the final year in the School of Medicine who are residents of Ontario.
the Justus Award in Health Sciences
Established in September 2006 by the estate of Howard Willis Justus, MD'28, and awarded on the basis of financial need to medical students in the School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences.
the LMA & Evelyn Smith Bursary
Established in honour of L.M.A. Smith (Sc. '36) and Evelyn Smith (nee Shillington, Arts '35) by their children, Allison, Gordon, Norman and Anthony. Awards will be made on the basis of need and academic achievement to students in the School of Medicine.
the Ivy Clifton Macdonald Bursary in Nursing
Established by Barbara S. McPhee in memory of her mother, Ivy Clifton Macdonald. Awarded on the basis of financial need to an upper year student in the School of Nursing.
the Nancy Malloy Memorial Award
Established in memory of Nancy Malloy, B.N.Sc. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time upper year student in the B.N.Sc. program or in a graduate program in nursing, who has demonstrated an interest in international nursing.
the Diane McKenzie Bursary
Established by Diane McKenzie, B.N.Sc. 1964, MPA 1992, to honour Dr. Jean Hill, Dean of Nursing 1968-1977, and awarded on the recommendation of the Ban Righ Foundation to any undergraduate student on the basis of need. Pref. to School of Nursing students.
the Genna McLinden Memorial Award
Established in memory of Genna McLinden, B.N.Sc. '96, R.N. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic standing to a graduating student in the School of Nursing who has shown a dedication to the nursing discipline.
the Marion E McNevin Award in Nursing
Established in memory of Marion E. McNevin, B.N.Sc. 1950, awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of the undergraduate Nursing degree program.
the Queen's Medical Student Bursary
Established in October 2002 by the School of Medicine and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds 51 Bursary
Established by members of the class of Medicine 1951. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the Faculty of Medicine who are residents of Ontario.
the Meds 1954 Bursary
Established by the Class of Medicine 1954 and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the School of Medicine.
the Meds 57 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1957. Awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in any medical year within the School of Medicine, who are residents on Ontario.
the Meds 1958 Memorial Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1958 as a memorial to the loss of class members and family. Awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in any medical year in the School of Medicine.
the Meds '62 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1962. Awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in any medical year within the School of Medicine, who are residents of Ontario.
the Meds 68 Bursary
Established by the Class of Medicine of 1968 in honour of Dr. Andrew Bruce, honorary class president, and his wife Margaret Bruce. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any medical year in the School of Medicine.
the Meds '78 Bursary
Established by the Class of Medicine 1978. Awarded on the basis of financial need to an undergraduate student in any year of studies in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds 1979 Bursary
Established by the Class of Medicine 1979 and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the School of Medicine.
the Meds 1984 Bursary
Established by members of the class of Medicine 1984, and awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in any year in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds '89 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1989 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of the School of Medicine.
the Moore-Fairbairn Bursary
Established by William Moore, MD'62, and Carole Moore, RN, in memory of Clifford Douglas Moore, MD'28, and Alfreda Moore, RN. Awarded on the basis of need to undergraduate students in any year in the School of Medicine who are residents of Ontario.
the School of Nursing 25th Reunion Award
Established by the Class of Nursing Science '69. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to a student in any year of the Bachelor of Nursing program. Preference will be given to students in the Advanced Standing Track.
the Nursing 1984 Bursary
Established by members of the class of Nursing 1984 in recognition of their 20th and 25th anniversaries after graduation from the School of Nursing.
the School of Nursing Entrance Award
Established by the School of Nursing and awarded to a student entering the first year in the School of Nursing on the basis of financial need and academic excellence.
the Dr Joseph and Mary Louise Parisi Award in Medicine
Established by Joseph Parisi, MD'84, FRCSC, and Mary Louise Parisi, BA(Hons)'86, BEd'88, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to undergraduate students in any year in the School of Medicine
the Dr John Percival Bursary
Established in memory of John A. Percival, M.D. '33. Awarded on the basis of financial need to an Ontario resident in the third and/or fourth year of the medical program who has an interest in family medicine.
the Pokrupa-Smith Medical Student Bursary
Established in honour of Karen Smith, MD'82, and Ron Pokrupa, MD(University of Western Ontario)'75. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in their second, third, or fourth year in the School of Medicine.
the Queen Elizabeth/Queen Mother Award
Established by John W.B. Barr, M.D.'40, in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. Awarded to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Nursing on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and extracurricular activities.
the Rehab Society Alumni Bursaries
Established by the Rehab Therapy Society. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students enrolled in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy.
the School of Rehabilitation Therapy Bursary
Awarded to a student in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, on the basis of financial need.
the Dean Barry Smith Bursary
Established by the Aesculapian Society, friends and colleagues in honour of Dean Barry Smith, Meds '69. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in the School of Medicine, with preference to a First Nations student.
the Raleigh Smith Bursary in Medicine
Established by Raleigh Smith. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first medical year within the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University who is a resident of Ontario.
the Chen Fund for Graduate Student Travel
Established by Alan Chen, MD, PhD, in gratitude for help he received as a student at Queen's, funding to provide assistance to graduate students in the Physiology programme to defray the costs to attend scientific conferences and present research papers.
the Stanley & Jean Pitt Awards
Established in from the estate of Jean Pitt, BA'32, and Stanley Pitt, BSc'30, and awarded on the basis of need to students in any year in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Physical Therapy Program
Your gift will be used to support the mission and strategic priorities of the Physical Therapy Program in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen's University.
the Dr Patricia A Radcliffe and Dr Roland W Radcliffe Award
Established by Patricia A Radcliffe, Meds '53, and Roland W Radcliffe, Meds '53. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and involvement in extra-curricular activities to students in second year in the School of Medicine.
the Department of Diagnostic Radiology Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical, basic and pedagogical research, in the Department of Diagnostic Radiology at Queen's University.
the Maj J H Rattray Nursing Bursary Fund
Memorial trust fund awarded to students enrolled in the nursing program on the basis of financial need.
the Eileen Ready Ophthalmology Fund
Established by Eileen Ready, B.A. 1951, to support the purchase of equipment for the Department of Ophthalmology, with preference to supporting activities of the Eye Centre at the Hotel Dieu Hospital.
the Rehabilitation Therapy Class of 1970 Bursary
Established by members of the Rehabilitation Therapy Class of 1970 and awarded on the basis of need to students in the second year of the MSc OT and MSc PT program in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy. Open to Canadian citizens and Permanent Residents.
School of Rehabilitation Therapy 50th Anniversary Fund
Established to support a wide range of activities that contribute broadly to the enrichment of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy learning environment.
the Rehabilitation Therapy Student Experience Fund
Established to provide grants to help students meet the accommodation and travel expenses associated with fieldwork placements and to assist with travel expenses for students presenting at conferences.
the Rehabilitation Therapy Excellence Fund
Established by Sandra Olney, M.Ed. 1974, to provide the Director of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy discretionary financial support for various present and future needs, e.g. research, including but not limited to, salary support, equipment, travel.
the Rehab ThankQ Fund
Queen's Rehab graduating class will raise funds for the Rehab ThankQ Fund to support the School of Rehabilitation Therapy and in consultation with the Director, School of Rehabilitation Therapy.
the School of Rehabilitation Therapy Trust Fund
The School of Rehabilitation Therapy Trust Fund was established to support the mission and strategic priorities of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen's University.
the Dr Donald L Potvin Memorial Teaching Award
Established in memory of Donald L. Potvin, FRACGP,CCFP (Ott '83), former Residency Director, by the Dept. of Family Medicine and others to provide support for a community family medicine preceptor to further their training in evidence-based medicine.
the Jane Poulson Memorial Award
Established by the estate of Dr. Jane Poulson, BSc'74, MSc'76. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to graduate students in the Therapeutics, Drug Development, and Human Toxicology field of the Biomedical and Molecular Sciences graduate program.
the Dr. Sarah Prichard Scholarship in Medicine
Established by Sarah Prichard, M.D. 1974, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence and professionalism to students entering fourth year in the School of Medicine.
Prostate Cancer Education
Established to educate, support and counsel prostate cancer patients in a clinical setting.
the Psychiatry Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Department of Psychiatry at Queen's University.
the Palliative Care Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Division of Palliative Care in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Freda Paltiel Award for Women Health and Development (WHD)
Funds for graduate students or faculty undertaking a research, service or demonstration project to address health needs and reduce health risks to women. Priority to projects which aim to promote and protect the health of disadvantaged women.
the Cecil Reid Patience Fellowship
Established by Cecil Reid Patience, Meds '28. An award for Postgraduate Medical Education residents applying to the Clinician Investigator Program in order to obtain a graduate degree while enrolled in a residency training program at Queen's.
the Clinical Simulation Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment and supplies, provide salary and travel support, and fund clinical and pedagogical research in the Clinical Simulation Centre.
Surgical Skills & Technology Elective Program (SSTEP)
SSTEP is run by medical students and this fund has been used to pay for expenses in consultation with CSC, who helps run the program.
the Ruth Pattenden Fellowship in Interstitial Lung Disease
Established to provide financial support to an individual who wishes to develop special expertise in the diagnosis and management of interstitial lung diseases in the Interstitial Lung Disease Fellowship Program.
the Dr. Malcolm Peat Lectureship Fund
Established in memory of Dr. Malcolm Peat to bring prominent speakers on topics related to Community Based Rehabilitation including but not limited to Global Health & Global Rehabilitation to the School of Rehabilitation Therapy.
the Department of Pediatrics Research Fund
Established to help Department of Pediatrics members carry out research by supporting research personnel, space, supplies and/or equipment costs.
the Dr R J Perry Memorial Fund
A fund established in memory of Dr. R.J. Perry, Associate Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology by the Department, Alumni and friends, and used to bring eminent Ophthalmologists to Queen's for lectures, demonstrations, seminars etc.
the Postgraduate Medical Education Initiative Fund
Established to help enhance the teaching and learning environment in the postgraduate medical education programs at Queen's University.
Therapeutics, Drug Development, and Human Toxicology Alumni Fellowship
Established by alumni and friends of the graduate program in Pharmacology and Toxicology. Awarded to graduate students in in the field of Therapeutics, Drug Development, and Human Toxicology.
the Susan Elizabeth Phillips Scholarships in the School of Medicine
Established by the Estate of Susan Elizabeth Phillips for scholarships in medical education. These scholarships will be available to undergraduate students, graduate students, and postgraduate residents in the School of Medicine.
the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Queen's University.
the Eva Steacy Endowment Award
Established by Robert J. Steacy, Comm'73, in honour of his mother, Eva Steacy, awarded to students in the four-year Bachelor of Nursing Science program . Awarded on the basis of need, academic achievement, leadership and involvement in the community.
the Margaret K Stevens Entrance Award
Established by Mrs. Margaret K. Stevens Keyser, BNSc'47, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to a student entering the first year program in the School of Nursing in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the I Sugarman Cancer Research Fund
Funds to be used for any purpose related to cancer research as designated by the Director of the Cancer Research Laboratories at the University and review every five years by the Director and the Dean of Medicine.
the T R Sullivan Memorial Prize in Surgery
Established by former classmates in memory of T.R. Sullivan, Meds'73, an annual prize to be awarded to the final year medical student attaining the greatest proficiency in Surgery.
the Department of Surgery Endowment Fund
Your gift will be used to further the academic mission of the Department of Surgery, including but not limited to, faculty recruitment and retention, student support, research support, academic visitors, teaching, equipment and programs.
the Department of Surgery Trust Fund
The Department of Surgery Trust Fund was established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Department of Surgery at Queen's University.
the Research Initiatives Fund in Nursing
Funds to provide support for research initiatives in the School of Nursing in the Faculty of Health Sciences; including providing infrastructure support, travel to research conferences or meetings, start-up fees for collaborations etc.
the A Stuart Robb Fund
Established by the Estate of A. Stuart Robb, BSc'36, in memory of A. Stuart Robb's son, John S.D. Robb to advance research into the cure and/or treatment of Developmental Disabilities at Queen's University.
the Roberts Education Fund
Established by the Kenneth A. Roberts Foundation and the Roberts Family to support the medical education program in the Department of Surgery.
the Dr. David M. Robertson Memorial Visiting Lectureship
Established in memory of Dr. David M. Robertson, MD'55, MSc'60, to bring speakers on the topic of recent advances in nervous system diseases to the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine.
the Romans Memorial Fund
Established in memory of a Medicine 1973 graduate, to support the Surgical Skills and Technology Elective Program. Should the program cease to exist, the fund will be used to support a faculty- or student-initiated program that is substantially similar.
the Rosen Day Ophthalmology Symposium
Established to support the costs associated with bringing speakers with a focus on Ophthalmology to Queen's University. Funds may also be used for initiatives that support the Department's educational programs.
the Walter Rosser Chair in Family Medicine Research Trust Fund
Established to augment funding for The Walter Rosser Chair in Family Medicine Research Endowment Fund.
the Rutherford-Noel Family Award
Established in 2008 by Isobel Rutherford, MD'57, and awarded on the basis of need and academic achievement to students in any year of study in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's. Preference will be given to students from Lambton County, Ontario.
the R W Leonard Prize in Occupational Therapy
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the final professional year of the Occupational Therapy Program in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy.
the Sarah and Henry Scott Memorial Fund
Established by Dr. Benjamin Henry Scott, Meds '43, and Mrs. Scott, in memory of Dr. Scott's parents and in honour of the late John 'Blimey' Austin. Awarded to the student who is judged by the Department of Surgery to have given the best effort in Surgery.
Dr Seitz Special Research Project for Dementia
Special Research Project for Dementia
the Dr. Sanjay Sharma Clinical Resident Award
Established by Dr. Sanjay Sharma, MSc 1997, MBA 2001, to provide an award to a postgraduate resident in the Medical Education Program for ?going above and beyond the call of duty? in providing outstanding patient care.
the Margaret and William Shedden Medical Scholarship
Established by Dr. Peter Shedden, M.D. 1986, in honour of his parents Margaret and William Shedden. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering first year in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
The Nancy Simpson Scholarship in Genetics
Established by Nancy Simpson to recognize the best Masters or Ph.D. student at Queen's University studying in a field of genetics.
the Smith Chair in Surgical Research
Established by the Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Organization in honour of Brit Smith to celebrate and support high-quality research conducted by a faculty member in the Department of Surgery in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the William M Spear Endowment Fund in Pulmonary Research
Established through a bequest from the late Dr. William M. Spear, MD 1927, in memory of Dr. Bruce Hopkins. This Fund is available to members of the Queen's Faculty of Health Sciences Pulmonary Research Program engaged in pulmonary research.
the Distinguished Alumni Awards in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy
Awarded to a graduate of each of the Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences programs of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy, for their exceptional contributions to their chosen profession/field and/or their community.
the Richard Kemp Start Memorial Fund
Established to promote research on respiratory diseases through: personal support of summer undergraduate medical students; purchase of research equipment; support of other research operating expenses.
the Dr. Louis J.M. Tremblay Bursary
Established by Dr. Louis J.M. Tremblay, MD'52, and Mary Tremblay, BA (Hons)'51. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the John T Tweddell Memorial Fund
Established in memory of John T. Tweddell to recognize those specialty preceptors who exemplify teaching excellence to family medicine residents.
the Department of Urology Trust Fund
Your gift will be used to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Department of Urology at Queen's University.
the John and Helen Vanderburgh Research Fund in the Faculty of Health Sciences
Established by Helen Vanderburgh to be used by the Faculty of Health Sciences as it may determine for basic and clinical biomedical genetic research studies.
the Dorothy H Wardle Fund
Established for the Queen's medical research program for research, so long as practicable or necessary, into the treatment (including the cure) of breast cancer and Alzheimer's disease.
the Ernest and Mayme Webber Endowment in Alzheimer's Research
Established to be used at the discretion of the Director of the Centre for Neuroscience Studies to support Alzheimer's and related research at the Centre for Neuroscience Studies.
the Mary Joan Dolores Webber Nurse Practitioner Award
Established by Joan Webber and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students enrolled in the Master of Nursing (Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner) program in the School of Nursing.
the WEMA Trust Fund
WEMA Trust fund was established to provide additional funding for projects and initiatives conducted by Queen's University and WEMA Inc. which allows for community-based health providers in African countries to conduct cervical cancer screening programs.
the Denis Naldrett White and Elizabeth Hogg White Memorial Award
Established in memory of Dr. Denis Naldrett White, former Professor of Medicine (Neurology), and Mrs. Elizabeth Hogg White. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to a postgraduate resident in the Neurology Program.
the Pamela Williams Memorial Award
Established in memory of Pamela Williams, Meds '86. Awarded to a graduating medical student who, in addition to good academic standing, demonstrates fellowship, compassion for patients, extracurricular achievement, and community involvement.
the Dr. D. Laurence Wilson Award
Established by Dr. Paul W. Armstrong, MD'66, in honour of Dr. D. Laurence Wilson, MD'44. The award will be provided to a faculty physician who best exemplifies the attributes of the profession that graduating class members aspire to emulate.
the John Wong Meds '59 Award in Psychiatry
Established by John W. Wong, M.D. 1959, and awarded on the basis of comprehensive achievement in all educational domains to a graduating medical student who will be entering a residency program in Psychiatry.
the Thomas J. Zakos Graduate Award in Nursing
Established in memory of Thomas J. Zakos by his daughters Margaret Zakos, BNSc'69, Maria Zakos, BA(Hons)'66. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to Master's or PhD level students enrolled in a Nursing program.
the Zbar Lectureship
Established by Drs Joseph and Lloyd Zbar to support bringing speakers to the School of Medicine at Queen's University.
the Stuart Vandewater Studentship in Anesthesiology Research
Established to provide funding for a researcher in the form of a grant, to be used exclusively to hire a summer student to conduct research in the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at Queen's University.
the Kim van Steenbergen (Nursing 1978) Award
Established by Jeff van Steenbergen, BSc(Hon)'77, and Kim van Steenbergen, BNSc'78. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in third or fourth year of the School of Nursing.
the Margaret Vogan Research Excellence Fund
Established by Margaret Vogan, Nursing 1955, to promote excellence in nursing research in the School of Nursing.
the Betty Walker Rosenplot Medical Research Fund
Established by the Estate of Betty Walker Rosenplot to support research in relation to the cause and methods of a cure for cancer.
the John Deakin Buckley Walton Scholarship in Nursing
Established through a bequest from John D.B. Walton, Arts'45. Awarded to the second year student enrolled in the Master of Science program of the School of Nursing, who achieved the highest overall average in the four required half courses in first year.
the Susman Family Lecture Fund
Created to honour Susman Family members who are graduates of Queen's, including Dr. Abraham Susman, MD'28, Dr. William Susman, MD'23, and Dr. Benjamin Susman, MD'33. This lecture will fund an annual visiting speaker in medical education.
the Nancy Sutherland Memorial Fund for the Promotion of Knowledge in Ovarian Cancer
Established by friends and family in memory of Nancy Sutherland to provide discretionary funds to support tertiary care Gynaecological Oncology pertaining to Ovarian Cancer in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Gordon Wallace Swan Memorial Fellowship
Established in memory of Gordon Wallace Swan, B.Sc. 1972. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to Master's or Ph.D. students enrolled in Neuroscience Studies.
the Gail Bell and Garth Taylor Academic Enrichment Fund
Established by Raymond A. Bell, M.D.'70, to promote excellence in the clinical teaching and service of ophthalmology to underdeveloped and/or underserviced areas throughout the world.
the Nursing 1999 Bursary
Established by the class of Nursing 1999 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to undergraduate students in any year of the School of Nursing, with preference given to students in fourth year.