International Travelling Research Fellowships for Young
Following the initiation in 2007 of the very popular international Travelling Fellowships Scheme for Young Investigators, the Executive Committee has approved this scheme for 2016. The fellowship scheme is made possible by sponsorship from the British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery, publishers of The Bone & Joint Journal (formerly known as JBJS Br) and Bone and Joint Research.
The Scheme involves close collaboration with a number of international centres of excellence in musculoskeletal research and coincided with the iCORS meeting in Xian, China September 2016. We awarded 6 places, which have all been taken up by Iain Murray (Edinburgh),Paul Hindle (Edinburgh), Wayne Nishio Ayre (Cardiff), Harry Hothi (UCL), Alisdair Macleod (Bath) and Sarah Johnson Lynn (Newcastle). Congratulations to those who gained a place on this fellowship, they will be representing BORS on their travels. Find out more about their exploits.
BORS fellowships 2014:
The 2014 BORS International Travelling Research Fellowships for Young Investigators began at the ORS in New Orleans and travel around the globe for 4 weeks to 4 or 5 centres. The fellowship scheme was made possible by sponsorship from the British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery, publishers of The Bone & Joint Journal, formerly known as JBJS Br.
BORS fellowships 2012:
The BORS 2012 International Travelling Fellows visited: the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York; the Orthopaedic Research Society meeting in San Francisco; University of Sydney and North Shore Hospital, Australia; Hong Kong and Mainland China; and finally Charite University Berlin. Learn more about their exploits
BORS-US fellowships 2009:
The successful applicants were Nicholas Dunne, Jim Huntley, Tom Joyce, Wasim S Khan, Ines Reichert and Sarah Snelling. Check out their exploits on the 2009 Fellowship Blog.
BORS-US fellowships 2007:
The six inaugural BORS-US TRAVELLING FELLOWSHIPS were
awarded to Ben Bolland, Susan Clarke, Mark Gaston, Catherine
Pendegrass, Andrew Phillips and Sophie Williams.
They travelled together and visited 8 centres in the United States and Canada over a 4 week period. The tour started at the combined ORS meeting in Honolulu October 20-24th 2007. Find out about their exploits at the Travelling Fellows Blog