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The University of Oxford’s Medical School is pleased to announce the following prize winners: 

  • The Peter Tizard Prize in Paediatrics 2014 has been awarded to, Rose Penfold, Green Templeton College. The runner up prize goes to  Katherine Mackay, Green Templeton College.  
  • The Matilda Tambyraja Prize for Best Written Performance 2013/2014 (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) has been awarded to Tom Hine, Worcester College. 
  • The Medical Women’s Federation Prize 2013-2014 (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) has been awarded to Mike Shea, St Hugh’s College. 
  • The Sir John Stallworthy Prize for Best Clinical Performance 2013-2014 (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) has been awarded to Kevin Cheng, Brasenose College.

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