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The Sir Allen Stanford Pediatric Fellowship Program Provides Close To CHF 1 Million to Support Kinderspital Zurich
Date:6/12/2008

ZURICH, Switzerland, June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Stanford Financial Group ("Stanford") announces the Sir Allen Stanford Pediatric Fellowship Program with Kinderspital Zurich - the University Children's Hospital in Zurich. Stanford's new program will provide financial support to Kinderspital Zurich for a fellowship scheme focused on pediatrics that is unique in Switzerland.

Starting in summer 2008 and running for 5 consecutive years, Stanford will fund three Fellowships each year, allowing these specialists to each spend a training year to deepen their knowledge in their respective fields. In addition to the Sir Allen Stanford Pediatric Fellowship Program, Stanford is funding additional brief study trips for individual doctors. The total amount of financial support provided by Stanford across both programs will amount to almost CHF 1 million over the 5 years.

Sir Allen Stanford has said, "I believe that nothing strengthens a community more than healthy, happy children. Nothing." Professor Hans Weder, President of the University of Zurich agrees and confirmed that "Generations of doctors will benefit directly or indirectly from the program and improve the well-being of countless children, young people and families. We are extremely grateful and excited about the opportunities that the Sir Allen Stanford Pediatric Fellowship Program presents."

Kinderspital Zurich is the largest clinic in Switzerland specializing in pediatric surgery and care and is one of the largest pediatric hospitals in Europe. Professor Felix Sennhauser M.D., Director University Children's Hospital, said "Through the Sir Allen Stanford Pediatric Program, Stanford has for the first time made it possible for us to directly select fellows on tenure track positions in academic pediatrics and pediatric surgery and to reinforce the hospital as an international center of excellence today and for the future."

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