Saving lives, eyes and vision through education
The Victoria Cohen Eye Cancer Charitable Trust helps aspiring ocular oncologists by awarding scholarships to those in need of financial assistance for their fellowships, anywhere in the world.
There are not enough eye cancer specialists – ocular oncologists – in the world, and it takes years of training to become one.
The Victoria Cohen Eye Cancer Charitable Trust saves the lives, eyes and vision of those affected by cancer all over the world by investing in the training and education of ocular oncologists.
You can apply for an award provided that:
- You are training to be an ocular oncologist
- You are studying at a recognised centre of excellence for eye cancer, anywhere in the world
- You are in need of financial support to complete your studies
The Victoria Cohen Eye Cancer Charitable Trust is delighted to announce that Georgia Hall has been appointed as the charity’s Ambassador for Australasia.
Become an Ambassador
Eye cancer is a global disease and there are not enough ocular oncologists in the world. The role of an Ambassador to the Victoria Cohen Eye Cancer Charitable Trust is to raise awareness of eye cancer and the charity, and to coordinate fundraising.
The charity is looking to appoint Ambassadors to the following regions:
- Australasia (filled)
- North America
- South America