The Professor Harold Ellis Medical Student Prize For Surgery 2013 - Now open!
This prestigious national award is open to all medical students and the winner will receive a prize of £500. The surgical society at the universities of the three prize winners will also receive £100 each.
We are delighted to announce the call for abstracts for the 2013 prize. For full details on the abstract question please see the Request for abstracts 2013. Please ensure that you read the Guidance and Regulations for the prize prior to submitting an entry. It is the candidates responsibility to read and adhere to the regulations, entries that do not meet the regulations will not be accepted.
The prize is open to all UK medical students including pre-clinical and those who are in their final year at the deadline for abstract submission. The deadline for entry to the 2013 prize is 4pm on Friday 28th June 2013.
Abstracts over the word limit, in the wrong format or those submitted after the deadline will not be accepted. All submissions will receive confirmation within 1 working day of receipt; it is the candidate’s responsibility to ensure that the Opportunities in Surgery office have received their submission.
To submit an entry please email us. Please include details of your medical school and a contact phone number. If you have any queries or questions regarding the prize please email or telephone: 0207 8696217
2012's winners were:
- Maral Rouhani of Cambridge University - Presentation | Notes
- Mueez Waqar of Liverpool University - Presentation | Notes
- Emma Keohane of Barts and the London - Presentation | Notes (joint)
Many medical schools and surgical societies also run competitions for students. If you run a prize for students and you would like us to include it in this list please email.