Many congratulations to the following prizewinners at the School of Medicine's Sue Watson Postgraduate Presentation Prize Event on 23 May 2017.
At this event, postgraduate research students at the 18th-24th month stage of their studies make an oral presentation of their work to an audience of fellow research students, supervisors and other researchers from the school. The presentations are marked by a panel of judges and prizes are awarded for the best presentations.
Emma Broom, a PhD Student supervised by Professor Tom Dening (Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology), won 1st Prize for her presentation called “Evaluating arts interventions in residential care homes”
Tim Ritzmann, supervised by Professor Richard Grundy (Division of Child Health, Obstetrics and Gynaecology) won 2nd Prize for his presentation called “Recurrent Paediatric Ependymoma: A clinical and molecular analysis”
Terence Ong, supervised by Professor John Gladman (Division of Rehabilitation and Ageing) won joint 3rd Prize for his presentation called “Vertebral fragility fractures in hospital: Is there a problem?”
Ed Coats supervised by Dr Nick Rain-Fenning (Division of Child Health, Obstetrics and Gynaecology) won joint 3rd Prize for his presentation called “The impact of difficult embryo transfer on implantation, clinical pregnancy and live birth rates following the transfer of a single blastocyst”
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Posted on Thursday 25th May 2017