The Logan Memorial fund was established in 1975 from a bequest from the Estate of the late Dr Robert Logan, Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry at the James Cook University of North Queensland from 1968 to 1973; the income derived from the bequest maintains the awards.
The Robert Logan Memorial Selection Committee may approve, within the limits of the residual annual income, the following assistance to honours and post-graduate students in the Discipline of Molecular and Cell Biology:
Travelling Grants to attend biochemically-oriented meetings or conferences approved by the Selection Committee;
Travelling Grants to visit other Australian university Departments with similar interests, where this travel is essential to further the candidates' research work;
Grants to assist honours and post-graduate students in the purchase of maintenance items necessary for their research work.
All full-time and part-time honours and post-graduate students in Department of Molecular & Cell Biology at James Cook University are eligible to apply for such grants, and are encouraged to seek advice on the format of proposals that are likely to be successful.
To apply contact the Head of Molecular & Cell Biology for details.