2013-2014 Brant Ashton Memorial Scholarship
The Brant Ashton Memorial Scholarship is a restricted fund of the National College of Natural Medicine, established in memory of Brant Ashton, whose passing came as a result of AIDS -related complications. As a gay man, Brant was keenly aware of the impact of HIV in the gay community. After his own diagnosis of HIV , Brant left his successful business and moved from Toronto, Canada with his life partner to begin his training as a naturopathic physician at the National College of Natural (formerly Naturopathic) Medicine in Portland, Oregon. Brant had a strong interest in homeopathy and wanted to pursue research in the treatment of AIDS .
The Brant Ashton Memorial Scholarship is available to full-time students of the National College of Natural Medicine. The scholarship is specifically established to assist those students whose studies include homeopathy and who also intend to do AIDS treatment and research, or work with those who have an HIV /AIDS related illness.
This need-based scholarship will be awarded to current students in the ND, MSiMR or Dual-Track Program.
$1,000 Awarded to one student for winter term 2014.
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