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The Cardiology Essay Prize 2019

  •  Arianna Azari (Green Templeton College, graduated July 2019) for her essay entitled “The Dick Cheney paradigm: ventricular assist devices will be heart failure’s panacea”

The John Potter Essay Prize (Neurology) 2018/2019 joint winners:

  • Emily Fay (Green Templeton College), Year 4 Clinical Student
  • Susan Honeyman (Green Templeton College), Year 5 Clinical Student

Renwick Vickers Prize in Dermatology 2019:

  • Xavier Peer (Corpus Christi College)

Meakins McClaran Medal 2019

Prize awarded for the outstanding overall performance of a student admitted to the medicine course leading to the degrees of BM BCh (Oxon):

  • Matthew Sliney (Magdalen College)

Sir John Stallworthy Prize for best clinical performance

  • Kilda Carpenter (New College)

Matilda Tambyraja Prize for best writer performance

  • Chloe Jacklin (Hertford College)

Peter Tizard Prize in Paediatrics

  • Charlotte Nesbitt (Exeter College)
  • Proxime accessit: Jemima Sneddon (Balliol College)

Cardiology Essay Prize

  • Arianna Azari  (Green Templeton College)

The 2019 Moher Prize for Undergraduate General Practice for Year 5 Students

  • Bernard Bukala (Worcester College)

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