Members may apply for Senior Fellowships to support working visits of one to three months duration away from their normal places of work or to part-fund longer visits. Fellowships are intended to stimulate and facilitate studies or training to the benefit of plant pathology.
Post-graduate student members may apply for Junior Fellowships for full or partial support of working visits of at least one month to laboratories other than their own. The aim is to encourage collaboration and interdisciplinary research, to enable students to acquire new techniques, and to make new contacts.
Members may apply for Incoming Fellowships to support a visiting researcher to work with them for one to three months duration. Fellowships are intended to stimulate and facilitate studies or training to the benefit of plant pathology.
Grace Waterhouse Fellowships
The Grace Waterhouse Fellowship has been set up to encourage links between the SASPP and the BSPP, with a particular focus on plant pathologists in the early stages of their careers.