In recognition of the tireless support that Nermin Durakovic gave to the founding of the Bosnian-British School of Pathology (BBSP), the British Division of the International Academy of Pathology (BDIAP) is delighted to offer a Nermin Durakovic bursary to young Bosnian pathologists for further educational purposes.
The BDIAP acknowledges that Nermin was a fine interpreter and guide for Acorn Aid when Professors Geraint Williams and Neil Shepherd attended for the first BBSP at Sarajevo University in August 2007. Nermin had suffered with illness for several years, yet was always ready to help others with Acorn Aid and cheered many with his warm smile, quick wit and sharp intellect. He died on 24th February 2010, aged 34 years, in Bosanska Krupa, NW Bosnia.
The success of the BBSP, now the Bryan Warren School of Pathology, was a joy to him, and he would have wished for any aspiring young Bosnian doctor in difficult personal circumstances to qualify for this special award.
A maximum of 3 bursaries, each of up to £2,000 for travel, accommodation etc, will be given on a biennial basis for the successful recipients to attend the International Academy of Pathology Congress; those providing abstracts at the Congress will be given preference.
IAP 2022: Bridge to a Cure
Please note: Bursary applications for IAP 2022 are now closed.
The XXXIV International Congress of the International Academy of Pathology (IAP 2022) is hosted by the Australasian Division of the International Academy of Pathology.
The congress will take place as a virtual event from 11-13 October 2022 and in-person in Sydney, Australia from 14-15 October 2022. View the Congress website for full details including programme, registration and abstract submission.
The Nermin Durakovic bursary consists of registration to the virtual component only, taking place from 11-13 October 2022.
Visit the BDIAP bursary web page linked below for eligibility, application guidelines and to submit an application.
If you have any questions please contact Sam Kiely.
BDIAP Bursaries: IAP 2022