MAIC-RACS Trauma Scholarship 2020
The MAIC-RACS Trauma Scholarship was established from a grant
from the Queensland Motor Accident Insurance Commission
(MAIC) being matched by the Foundation for Surgery to enable RACS
to offer funding for research into trauma.
Who can apply?
RACS Fellows and Trainees
SET applicants are eligible to apply in anticipation of their
acceptance into the SET Program. They must be accepted into the
program prior to the commencement of the scholarship.
Proposed research may be in epidemiology, prevention,
protection, rehabilitation and/or immediate or definitive
management in trauma. It is not a requirement that the research be
conducted in Queensland but it must be shown that the potential
benefits flowing from the research will assist people in
Please read the MAIC-RACS Trauma Scholarship policy
and the Important
General Conditions page before applying to ensure
Download the Research application form
Email the completed application to email@example.com
by the closing date.
Closing Date for Applications
Midnight ACST Thursday 15 April 2019
Applicants will be notified of outcome in early August 2019
No late applications will be accepted.
The following articles feature previous recipients of this
scholarship, as reproduced from Surgical News:
Emily Ryan, 2017 recipient, May 2018 edition
Eric Chung, 2015 recipient, June 2016
edition (PDF 227KB)
Michael Wagels, 2010 recipient,
May 2011 edition (PDF 624KB)
ANZ Scholarship & Grant Coordinator
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
199 Ward Street
North Adelaide SA 5006 Australia
Telephone: +61 8 8219 0924
RACS Scholarship and Grant website pages