A. Two (2) thesis proposals will be selected per region who will receive a grant amounting to a maximum of Fifty Thousand Pesos (Php 50,000.00).
B. A Memorandum of Agreement will be signed between the students, adviser, head of institution, and DOST-PCHRD.
C. The thesis fund will be deposited to the bank account of the thesis adviser and will be liquidated with corresponding receipts after completion of the study.
D. The grant must be expended based on the approved line item budget.
WHO CAN APPLY?
All undergraduate students of Pharmacy, Chemistry, Nursing and Health, and Allied Sciences who have thesis proposals on natural products may apply. The proposed thesis study must use plants indigenous in the region. The project must be completed a year after receiving the grant.
HOW TO APPLY?
Applicants should submit the following documents to the Region 1 Health Research and Development Consortium (R1HRDC):
A. Duly accomplished prescribed research proposal form with college seal
B. Endorsement letter from the institution signed by the head of the university college dean
C. Soft copy of the proposal (MS Word Format)
D. Hard copy of the proposal using A4 paper
E. Certificate of plant authentication
On the first day of the training, Dr. Otayza tackled topics on the importa
Dr. Marita Reyes of the National Ethics Committee (NEC), served as
The 3-day training evolved on the following topics:
(1) understanding the basic concepts and principles in the application of statistical tools for data analysis particularly in: computing and interpreting health indicators; describing data by means of constructing tables and graphs and applying measures of central tendency, dispersion and location; making statistical inference through estimation and hypothesis testing; and investigating relationships between variables; and
(2) Identify the most appropriate statistical tools needed for the analysis of the data and meet the objectives of the research proposals they are developing.