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Prize for the student who achieved the highest mark in the Blood, Immunity and Infection module in MBCHB 321.About the scholarship
Application status: No application required Applicable study: MBCHB 321 Opening date: By nomination Closing date: By nomination Tenure: Prize For: Prize Number on offer: One Offer rate: Annually Value: $500
The Prize was established in 1991 by the Leukaemia and Blood Foundation. This was renamed the Leukaemia and Blood Cancer Prize in 2015.Regulations
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