These prestigious awards have been created in honour of Professor John Goldman (1938 – 2013), a renowned haematologist, a pioneer in the treatment of leukaemia and founding Chairman of Leuka.
The fellowship awards are aimed at those with a passion for science, a desire to develop new ideas and translate scientific advances into clinical practice.
Applications are invited from scientists and clinician-scientists working in UK universities/hospitals in the areas of leukaemia, blood cancer research and related-fields. There is no age limit, although the fellowship programme is designed to provide an opportunity for talented early career scientists to develop as independent investigators. Grants are for up to £125K maximum to span a 1-2 year period.
Success rate for 2018: 21%.
Apply for a John Goldman Fellowship
The application process for 2019's John Goldman Fellowship awards has now closed. Applications are currently under review.
- Applications open: 1st December 2018
- Applications close: 31st January 2019
- The awards will be confirmed: June 2019
Interested in these 2019 Fellowships?
If you have any questions or queries regarding the fellowships, email our Research Development Manager, Dawn Farrar.
The 2018 awards were announced in October 2018 - you can discover our current 2018 Fellows (and those from previous years) below.
John Goldman Fellows 2018Our Research
Find out who our new 2018 John Goldman Fellows are and what research they'll be undertaking.
John Goldman Fellows 2017Our Research
Find out more about our 2017 John Goldman Fellows and their specific research projects.
John Goldman Fellows 2016Our Research
Meet our 2016 John Goldman Fellows and discover more about their leukaemia and blood cancer research.