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2018

The Year 4 General Practice Essay Prize 2018

Jointly awarded to:

  • Sunya Aslam (Brasenose College)
  • Charlotte Laycock (St Hilda’s College)

Runners Up:

  • Joshua Frost (Jesus College)
  • John Aaron Henry (Somerville College)
  • Jessica Larwood (St John’s College)
  • Ryan Lea (St Edmond Hall)

Sir John Stallworthy Prize (Women’s & Reproductive Health) 2017/18

  • Charlie Cutler (Magdalen College)

Matilda Tambyraja Prize in Women’s & Reproductive Health 2017/18

  • Hannah Cornwall (Green Templeton College)

Peter Tizard Prize for Paediatrics 2017/18

  • Krithi Ravi (Green Templeton College. Proxime accessit: Emily Tough (Green Templeton College)

L.J. Witts Prize in Haematology

  • Lars Hanssen for the essay, 'Will immunotherapies make bone marrow transplants obsolete as a curative treatment of haematological malignancies?'

Sidney Truelove Prize in Gastroenterology

  • Kinda Al-Hourani for the essay: 'HCV vaccines in the era of directly acting antivirals'

George Pickering Prize

  • Jonathan Durbin (New College)
  • Sam Kleeman (New College)

Margaret Harris Memorial Prize

  • Raphael Rifkin-Zybutz (New College)

Ledingham Prize in Medicine

  • Dhruv Sarma (St Hugh's College)

Mortensen Prize in Surgery

  • Alethea Peters (Worcester College)

Jill and Herbert Hunt Travelling Scholarship

For the purpose of conducting clinical studies/research in medicine abroad

  • Thomas Dobbs (Queen's College)

Meakins McClaran Medal

For the outstanding overall performance of a student admitted to the medicine course leading to the degrees of BM BCh (Oxon)

  • Emily Groves (New College)

Brian Johnson Prize in Pathology 2017/18

  • Soham Bandyopadhyay (St Hilda’s College)
  • Sam Hong Zhang (Green Templeton College)

The John Potter Essay Prize (Neurology) 2017/18

  • Chevonne Van Rhee (Balliol College)

The Renwick Vickers Prize

  • Sophie Tillman for her essay “From the Journal of a Leper; Examining the Role of Neuro-Inflammation Psychiatric Illness Associated with Psoriasis”

The Cardiology Essay Prize

  • Christian Holland (Year 5 Clinical Medical Student) for his essay entitled “The Algorithm will see you now – why the rise of Artificial Intelligence heralds the death of the Cardiologist”.

Sir Roger Bannister Neurology Prize

  • Imogen Mechie (New College)
  • Christopher Horton (Green Templeton College)

The Hobson Mann Lovel  Scholarships

Awarded to students who are judged to have made outstanding progress on the clinical medical (Second BM) course

  • Arianna Azari (Green Templeton College)
  • Jessica Fleminger (Worcester College)
  • Christopher Horton (Green Templeton College)
  • Rebecca Jordan (Green Templeton College)
  • Krithi Ravi (Green Templeton College)
  • William Sargent (Somerville College)
  • Matthew Sliney (Magdalen College)
  • Isabella Watts (The Queen’s College)

 

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