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Congratulations to all our Biomedical Sciences students and Medicine students who have been awarded prizes during the 2020-2021 academic year.

Sidney Truelove Prize in Gastroenterology

Prize, awarded annually to Clinical Medicine students, for an essay on a topic relating to diseases of the gastrointestinal tract:

  • Winner: Myles Woodman (Corpus Christi College)
  • Runner-up: Philip Cowie (St Hugh’s College)

LJ Witts Prize in Haematology or Gastroenterology

Prize, awarded annually to Clinical Medicine students, for an essay on a topic relating to diseases either of the blood or of the gastrointestinal tract:

  • Winner: Kristy-Ann Wilson (Merton College)

John Potter Essay Prize (Neurology)

The prize, to the approximate value of £200, is offered annually and is open to clinical students working in Oxford for the Second Examination for the degree of Bachelor of Medicine. The prize will be awarded for an essay on a clinical neurosurgical, neurological or neuropathological topic. The primary purpose of the prize will be the promotion of sound use of English and clarity of expression in medical writing. 

The 2021 John Potter Essay Prize (Neurology) has been awarded as follows:

  • Owen Sweeney, Year 5 (Lady Margaret Hall)

Wronker Prize

Wronker Prize in Medicine

Awarded to the most outstanding candidate on the Register of Medical Students:

  • Kacper Kurzyp (Jesus College)

Wronker Grants

Two Wronker Grants were also awarded by the Examiners to other candidates who distinguish themselves in the examinations:

  • Georgina Miles (Brasenose College)
  • Rebecca Howitt (Queen's College)

Wronker Prize in Pharmacology

For meritorious performance in a research project on a pharmacological topic:

  • Lena Duma (St Hugh’s College)

Wronker Research Project Prize

For meritorious performance in the research project:

  • Catrin Jones (St Hilda’s College)

Gibbs Prize

Gibbs Prize (FHS Medical Sciences)

For performance in the FHS of Medical Sciences (provided there are candidates of sufficient merit):

  • Georgina Miles (Brasenose College)

 Gibbs Prize (FHS Cell & Systems Biology & FHS Neuroscience)

For performance in the FHS Part II Cell & Systems Biology and performance in the FHS of Neuroscience:

  • Bridget Allenby (University College)

British Pharmacological Society Prize (nomination only)

  • Elena Perticucci (St John’s College)

The Physiological Society Undergraduate Prize for Physiology (nomination only)

A prize nomination may be submitted on behalf of an outstanding student who has performed consistently well throughout their course, achieving at least a 2:1 overall.

  • Yulia Sudarikova (Corpus Christi College)

Society for Endocrinology Undergraduate Achievement Award

  • Jessica Zhang (Queen’s College)

Meakins McClaran Medal

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

  • Nisha Hare, St Catherine's College

2021 Moher Prize for Undergraduate General Practice for Year 5 Students

 The prize has been awarded to:

  • Jenni Visuri, Green Templeton College

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