Each year, MIGA offers doctors in training the opportunity to apply for a Grant to support their pursuits of advanced training. Four Grants of $5,000 are offered to those undertaking programs such as postgraduate study, specialised fellowships, placements with volunteer organisations and research within their field of medicine.

In 2016 we received applications from a wide variety of doctors, all determined to make a difference and improve the standard of care available in Australia and around the world.

It is with great excitement that we announce the MIGA DIT Grant Recipients for 2016:

Whilst undertaking their training, each recipient provides two reports highlighting their experiences and providing an overview of how their training program benefits themselves, their field of medicine and their future patients. These reports are added to our website and are an excellent read for anyone considering undertaking advanced training or interested in seeing the potential of our junior doctors.

We are extremely proud of the support offered through our DIT Grants Program. It continues to grow in popularity across Australia and it is encouraging to see the passion so many doctors have for expanding their skill set and improving the level of care available in their respective fields. We look forward to launching the 2017 Program in the coming months.

Other resources

  1. DIT Grants Program

    Learn more about the Program and how to apply.

  2. DIT Grants Program Report Library

    Visit our library of exciting reports and photographs from past Grant recipients.

  3. DIT Grant Report – Dr Matthew Cheng

    Read about Dr Cheng’s Clinical Research Fellowship in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

  4. DIT Grant Report – Dr Annabelle Enriquez

    Discover more about Dr Enriquez’s experience undertaking a Master of Medicine in Developmental Biology.

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