Lady Tata Memorial Trust Scholarship
The Lady Tata Memorial Trust as founded by Sir Dorabji Tata in 1932 in memory of his wife. The trust expenditures four-fifths of its income on international research, and an international advisory commission, situated in London, invites applications for grants for help for research on leukaemia worldwide. Awards are limited to studies of the leukaemogenic representatives, the epidemiology, pathogenesis, immunology and genetic component of leukaemia. These awards are open to suitably specified detectives of any nationality. Priority is given to those proposing to motion to other centers with a regard to launching scientific cooperation amongst laboratories. By the interview, select candidates for the Indian scientific scholarships of the Lady Tata Memorial Trust.
The Secretary Chief Accountant,
Lady Tata Memorial Trust,
Homi Mody Street,
Bombay 400 001