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Intercalated Degree

About the Grant

An annual sum to support up to ten intercalating degree students (either BSc or MRes/MSc)

The grant will cover the cost of university fees of up to £9,000, £4500.00 stipend & £1500.00 consumables

Who is eligible?

Medical, dental or veterinary undergraduates who are members of the Society based in UK &/or Ireland

Deadline Date

31 March and 01 October - for students entering generic courses, where projects are only allocated at the beginning of the academic year.  Students may apply in advance of project allocation ,but if the allocated project does not have a major component of pathology, the award will be withdrawn

How do I apply? 

7 April - apply

01 October - apply

Please upload Part B

Please read the full terms and conditions before applying

Scoring Criteria

Undergraduate membership, if you wish to apply please click here

Projects funded from the Intercalated Degree in 2019

HPV + Oral Epithelial Dysplasia: A New Clinical Entity? Aisha Dowlut, Newcastle University Biosciences Institute

A Cross-Sectional Study on Enteric Disease Agents in UK Deer: Preliminary Report Samuel Pearce, University of Bristol

Clinicopathological Relationships in Motor Neuron Disease Charlotte Dawson, University of Sheffield

Does Diabetes Promote Metabilic Thrombosis Hawwa Iqbal, University of Leeds

Completing a Masters in Research during Covid-19 Anna Nicholls, University of Leeds

Investigating metabolic reprogamming by GR and LXR in triple negastive breast cancer Anna Nicholls, University of Leeds

Investigating Combined Therapy to Treat Triple Negative Breast Cancer Amber Matkowski, University of Manchester

Projects funded from the Intercalated Degree in 2018

Intertumoural and intratumoural heterogeneity in the structure of the neurovascular unit in glioma - Shivank Keni, University of Edinburgh 

Evaluation of the relationship between tumour LINE1 expression status and  immune microenvironment in the context of hepatocellular carcinoma - Hannah Huet, Newcastle University

Dystrobrevin Knock-out Mice : A New Model for the Study of Vascular Dementia - James Lyles, University of Southampton

The role of Light-Sheet microscopy in understanding early (PT1/2) colorectal cancer development - Harriet McCance, University of Leeds

Projects funded from the Intercalated Degree in 2017

Targeting HOX/PBX interactionis in head and neck cancer - potential for therapy? - Aisling Power, University of Sheffield 

Evaluating the nuclear hormone receptor profiles of triple negative breast cancer and exploring their reponse to antagnists in 2D and 3D cell culture - Helena Bean, Brighton & Sussex Medical School

Why do patients on nicorandil therpay get non-healing ulcers? - Emma Kempton, University of Sheffield