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Congratulations to all our Biomedical Sciences students and Medicine students who have been awarded prizes during the 2021-2022 academic year.

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):

  • Lily Watson, Jesus College

John Potter Essay Prize

The prize 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.

  • Remarez Sheehan, Year 5, St Peter’s College

Jill and Herbert Hunt Travelling Scholarship 2022

The scholarship, for the purpose of conducting clinical studies/research in medicine abroad, has been awarded to:

  • Imogen Mechie, New College

proxime accesserunt: Soham Bandyopadhyay, St Hilda’s College and Sarah Barber, Worcester College

 

 

 

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