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Sharpey Physiological Scholarship
Founded in 1871 by the subscribers of the Sharpey Memorial Fund to commemorate the connection with the College of William Sharpey, Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, 1836-74
- The Scholarship, known as the Sharpey Physiological
Scholarship, may be
awarded when there is a vacancy.
- The Scholarship is awarded by the Council
on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Life Sciences.
- The Scholarship is primarily intended for
the encouragement of research
under the immediate direction of the Jodrell Professor of Physiology.
- The value of the Sharpey Scholarship is determined
from time to
- On the vacancy occurring, the
qualifications of persons eligible for
appointment to the Scholarship are considered
by an Adviser, or Advisers,
appointed by the Faculty of Life Sciences. The
Jodrell Professor of Physiology
is ex officio an Adviser.
- The Scholar elected is a member of the staff of the
Department of Physiology
and will assist in the teaching work of the
Department. They are considered
teachers within the meaning of the
College Statutes and Regulations and they are
subject to the conditions of tenure laid down by the
Council for teaching
appointments in the College. They are encouraged and have
them in carrying on original work on their own account, but
the undertaking of
such work is not an essential condition of holding the
- The Scholarship is awarded in the first
instance for one session, but may be
renewed from session to session on the recommendation of the Faculty of
- Payment of the Scholarship is made in twelve instalments,
- Awards are subject to the provisions of the General
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