With the help of many alumni, members, friends and organisations, we support students from all over the world achieve great things. Your generosity is greatly appreciated, thank you.
wolfson college cambridge Annual Fund âœŚ 2018â€“2019
Jane Clarke FMedSci FRS, President
Your Generosity in Action
With the help of many alumni, members, friends and organisations, we support students from all over the world to achieve great things. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Please support Wolfson’s Student Fund in 2018 with a one one-off orregular regular off or gift and help to commitment andbridge help to the funding gap to agap bridge the funding first-class university to a first-class university education for those who who needcouldn’t it most. otherwise afford to come here.
I am currently reading for a PhD degree in Engineering with the hope of pursuing a career in research and development in aeronautics. The financial assistance the Chris Hale Bursary provided has been of immense help in paying my educational expenses, and has allowed me more time to concentrate on studying. Mohammed Farhadul Alam (2013)
Dr Brian Cox, Praelector Brian Cox has funded student travel grants for over 20 years and Margaret Whichelow set up the Senior Members’ Wolf50n Bursary Fund to assist PhD students.
Professor Jane Clarke FMedSci FRS
Your gift to the Student Fund supports annual grants,
hardship bursaries, prizes and other awards.
The Chris Hale Bursary Engineering
You can give online at: Antonina Kouli (2015) ALBORADA Scholarship Neuroscience
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My work is focused on better understanding the
Wolfson is relaxed, down-to-earth and just a lovely place to be.
underlying cause of Parkinson’s disease, aiming to get one step closer to a cure. However, my educational pursuits would not have been possible without the generous support of The ALBORADA Trust. Thanks to their generosity I can devote myself to
Joe Cotton (2017)
my goals and focus on my studies, relieved from
financial burdens, and for that, I am truly grateful.
My educational pursuits would not have been possible without the generous support of The ALBORADA Trust.
The Wolfson Research Event 2018 was a celebration of students and their research and supported by Dr Terry Hart. Photograph: Nathan Pitt ©University of Cambridge
Photograph: Nathan Pitt ©University of Cambridge
I am grateful to everyone for supporting me to do what I love.
Aicha Massrali (2015) Wolfson Blue Award and Cambridge Trust Award Psychiatry
Autism is an enigma. The key to unravel it lies in a reliable patientderived model. I transform skin cells from autism patients into brains in order to model the condition and explore its mysteries. I am grateful
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to everyone for supporting me to do what I love.
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