Mary Louise Nickerson Research Fellowship in Neuro History
Osler Library – McGill University (Montréal)
We invite applications from a variety of researchers, including graduate students, independent scholars, and professionals.
Established in 2011 by Granville H. Nickerson, M.D., C.M., in honour and in memory of his wife, Mary Louise, the fellowship will allow a scholar to carry out research in the history of neurology using the Neuro History archival and artifact collections at the Osler Library, the Montreal Neurological Institute, and the McGill University Archives, the centrepiece of which is the Dr. Wilder Penfield Archive in the Osler Library. The Osler Library’s collections are listed in the McGill Library Catalogue and the Osler Library Archives Collection website.
Terms: Value varies depending on the project, to a maximum of $10,000. More than one fellowship may be awarded during each fiscal year. The fellow is required to carry out research in Montreal during the 2013-14 fiscal year (May 2013-April 2014). May be renewable.
Requirements: We invite applications from a variety of researchers, including graduate students, independent scholars, and professionals. Preference will be given to applicants spending at least one month in Montreal to take advantage of the rare and unique materials held at the Osler Library and McGill University. Fellows will be required to submit a report of their work suitable for publication in the Osler Library Newsletter and may be requested to give a brief presentation at the university.
How to Apply: Applicants should fill in the application form available on the website. Applicants must also submit a CV, a detailed project proposal and arrange for two letters of recommendation, as described in the application. Electronic submissions are preferred. Please send all documentation attached to an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Files should have the name of the applicant, Nickerson, and the year (e.g. Smith_Nickerson_2013_application).
Deadline: All documentation must be received by March 15th, 2013.
Osler Library of the History of Medicine
514 398 4475 ex 09861
PhD candidate, Department of History