The Voluntary Hospital of St Bartholomew Trustees are awarding two annual prizes for clinical postgraduate research carried out within SMD, these are: The George Cholmeley Cattlin prize (£1,000): An annual prize awarded competitively to a qualified medical practitioner for a postgraduate clinical or laboratory research in the subjects of medicine, surgery, or the allied sciences, carried out at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry or at Barts NHS Trust. The Alfred Thomas Corrie prize (£1,000): An annual prize awarded competitively to a qualified medical practitioner for a postgraduate clinical research project in anatomy or surgery, carried out at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry or Barts NHS Trust.
Awardees will be selected from clinical postgraduate research (PGR) students who are nominated by their PhD/MD supervisor or another member of academic staff. Students will also be permitted to self-nominate. Nominees must be registered with QMUL for a PhD or MD or have been awarded a PhD/MD by QMUL within the previous academic year. Nominations must be accompanied by the students’ CV (2 page maximum) and a statement of support from the supervisor or another member of QMUL academic staff. Statements of support should include detail for outcomes and impacts from the research and an explanation of how the student has demonstrated excellence in their research project (1 page maximum). Nominations will be assessed by The SMD Graduate Studies Committee who will make a recommendation for each prize to the Voluntary Hospital Trustees. Please submit all nomination documentation (specifying prize) as a single PDF to Adam Wilkinson email@example.com Deadline: Wednesday 16th February 2022