Lyman Fisher Scholarship
The Virginia Hemophilia Foundation’s (VHF) Lyman Fisher Scholarship was established to honor Dr. Lyman Fisher a teacher, researcher, and clinician in hemostasis who for many years directed the adult hemophilia program in Virginia. Applicants must have participated in VHF activities and live in the territorial jurisdiction of VHF. Scholarships are one-year awards in the amount of $2,000 for a full academic year.
Check back soon for 2018 Lyman Fisher Scholarship Application
Educational Scholarship to Attend a National Meeting
VHF is pleased to offer Educational Scholarships for National Meetings. National Meetings enable our community to come together and exchange information on a wide variety of topics, from the basics of diagnosis to the most relevant developments in treatment and technology. It is the premier opportunity for networking and support for individuals and families affected by inherited bleeding disorders.
- NHF Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL – August 24-26, 2017 – Application due January 31, 2017
- HFA Annual Symposium in Cleveland, OH – April 26-29, 2018 – Application due November 1, 2017
Educational Scholarship to attend NHF Washington Days
NHF’s Washington Days is an opportunity for people affected by bleeding disorders to advocate for issues that matter to them. NHF schedules your meetings with the offices of your two US Senators and your member of the House of Representatives. You will travel as a team with other delegates from your state to each meeting.
Terry Lamb Enrichment Scholarship
Terry Lamb was a long-time VHF Board Member and life-long community member. His incredible motivation and perseverance, as well as his efforts to engage, involve, and encourage the bleeding disorder community led VHF to establish the Terry Lamb Enrichment Scholarship. The Terry Lamb Enrichment Scholarship focuses on leadership, volunteerism and/or health promotion. The scholarship can be used for any program (i.e. camp, educational/life skill classes, fitness programs or activities, etc.) that enhances one’s self-esteem, confidence, overall health, leadership skills, areas of interest, development of life skills, and volunteerism.
Terry was born and raised in Lynchburg, VA. He was diagnosed as a young child with severe hemophilia but as anyone who ever met him can tell you he never let his diagnosis get in his way. He was a role model and advocate for active involvement in community programming, regular exercise, healthy diet and good treatment for those living with a bleeding disorder. He lived each moment to the fullest with a huge smile on his face and we are so blessed to have had him in our lives.