Koszycki-Bradwejn Fund for Graduate Studies in Anxiety Disorders (712100302717)
TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR AN ENDOWED FUND
TITLE OF ENDOWED FUND
Koszycki-Bradwejn Fund for Graduate Studies in Anxiety Disorders
This fund was established in June 2008 in support of Drs. Diana Koszycki and Jacques Bradwejn, research and training in anxiety disorders. This fund was created in the context of the newly created University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute.
The founders wish to thank the University of Ottawa for its matching contributions that, when combined with the initial funding helped create an initial endowment fund of more than $280,000.
PURPOSE OF FUND
To support graduate training and research in stress and anxiety disorders by providing bursaries to the graduate students working under Dr. Diana Koszycki and Dr. Jacques Bradwejn at the Faculty of Medicine or the Faculty of Education of the University of Ottawa.
The applicant must:
- be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident, a person with the protected/refugee status or an international student;
- be registered as a full-time student in a Master’s or Doctoral program at the Faculty of Medicine or the Faculty of Education of the University of Ottawa;
- be under the primary supervision of Dr. Diana Koszycki or Dr. Jacques Bradwejn; and
- be conducting a clinical research project in stress and anxiety.
- Value of the award: Variable
- Number of awards: Variable
- Frequency of the award: Annual
- Level or program of study: Master’s and Doctoral
- Renewable: Once, for a total maximum of 2 years, dependent on maintaining eligibility criteria, funds availability and production of a satisfactory progress report by April 1st of the first year.
No application is necessary; all students conducting clinical research in stress and anxiety under either Dr. Koszycki or Dr. Bradwejn will be considered eligible.
 Currently, Master’s students are eligible for these bursaries in their first and second year of studies. PhD students are eligible in one or each of their five-year programs. In both cases, the funding is not retroactive.