Student Achievements

 

First author papers by Intercalated BSc studentsAwards

Herieka M, Erridge C. High-fat meal induced postprandial inflammation. Mol Nutr Food Res. 2014 Jan;58(1):136-46.

Grange RD, Thompson JP, Lambert DG. Radioimmunoassay, enzyme and non-enzyme-based immunoassays. Br J Anaesth. 2014 Feb;112(2):213-6.

Wou F, Gladman JR, Bradshaw L, Franklin M, Edmans J, Conroy SP. The predictive properties of frailty-rating scales in the acute medical unit. Age Ageing. 2013 Nov;42(6):776-81.

Jani PP, Narayan H, Ng LL. The differential extraction and immunoluminometric assay of Urotensin II and Urotensin-related peptide in heart failure. Peptides. 2013 Feb;40:72-6.

Zhia Lim (supervised by Professor Andre Ng)

  • Won best poster prize in the Cardiovascular and Neurosciences category at the National Student Intercalated Conference 2016
  • Selected for an Abstract Award: 2016 Rob Clarke Awards with an invitation to present a poster for a Presentation Award at the Physiology 2016. Jun 2016

Sherna Adenwalla (supervised by Professor Gerry McCann)

  • Awarded a Wolfson Foundation Intercalated BSc Award by the Royal College of Physicians. Jul 2016

Samuel Trethewey (supervised by Professor Andre Ng and Dr Will Nicolson)

  • Won the Oral Performance Award at the International Student Congress of (bio)Medical Sciences (ISCOMS) 2014. Jul 2014

William Manning (supervised by Dr Jonathan Thompson and Dr C Stover (III))

  • Awarded £2,000 by the Royal College of Anaesthetists for winning the John Snow Anaesthesia iBSc Award. May 2014

 

 

 

 

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