Alistair Murdoch Bursary in Animal Health and Welfare
The Alistair Murdoch Research Bursary was established through donations from family and friends of Alistair Murdoch in his memory, to provide support for the practical aspects of masters and PhD research projects relevant to the areas of animal health and welfare.
Alistair Murdoch was a 1981 graduate of Murdoch University Veterinary School. Alistair had a remarkable and varied career as a veterinarian before his untimely death. While his family, friends and colleagues felt the tragic loss of Alistair, they also remembered a man passionate about veterinary science, with a positive, energetic and generous outlook.
|Funding body||Alistair Murdoch Bursary (Murdoch University Veterinary Fund)|
|Value (including stipends, expenses and top-ups)||$2,000|
|Duration and start date||Awarded annually|
|Application criteria||To be eligible to apply for the Alistair Murdoch Research Bursary in Animal Health and Welfare, applicants must:
The funds may be used to assist in covering costs associated with research travel, data collection and analysis, the production of creative works, specialised training or to meet other costs incurred in undertaking the research.
The funds may not be used for computer hardware or software, and is not expected to be solely expended on conference travel or general living expenses
|Apply by||30 November of each year for funding for the following year.|
To apply, students must submit
Please submit all your application documents to Graduate Research Office
|Contact||Please email Margo Darbyshire, Development Officer (School of Veterinary Medicine) for more information.|