The late Lorne F. Lambier, Q.C.
Up to $2,000.00
Number of Awards Available
One recipient annually
At the time of application, an applicant must:
Be a domestic or international graduate student
egistered full-time and will maintain full-time registration throughout the academic year immediately following the current competition
Be conducting studies/research engaged in cancer research
Demonstrate financial need
Demonstrate academic merit
Have achieved at least A-
("A-" = 80%) or equivalent in each of the last two completed years of study (full-time equivalent);
- ACORN print-out is sufficient for the U of T transcript. Each applicant must also provide a copy of their previous institution’s official transcript; this copy may be obtained upon request from the applicant's U of T graduate unit
Or if the student has completed two years of graduate studies, the student must only demonstrate an overall average of at least A- ("A-" = 80%) or equivalent on all graduate courses completed
- ACORN print-out is sufficient for the U of T transcript; in this case, a copy of the previous institution’s transcript is not required
Preference given to applicants studying in the field of biochemistry.
Application & Nomination Procedure
University-Wide Awards application form
Completed financial need assessment section within the application form
Transcript(s), as per above
One copy of resumé/CV
One page plan of study/research proposal in non-technical language; the introduction must state how the applicant's research meets this award's research criteria
One letter of reference addressing the applicant’s academic merit from an academic supervisor/advisor or a faculty member familiar with the applicant’s academic work (one page maximum).
Each applicant may contact their graduate unit to determine the application deadline for this competition as well as to which email address all of their application materials must be submitted.
< back to University-Wide Awards