Anatomy prizes

As part of its objective to promote and encourage excellence in anatomy, the Centre for Applied Anatomy (CAA) has, for many years, run several awards for undergraduate students in its medical, veterinary, and science fields of study. This page provides information about these competitions, and contains lists of previous winners to celebrate their achievements. Consideration for awards is not by nomination or submission, but through the perseverance of all students to excel in their studies.

Vesalius Clinical Training Centre Year 1 Anatomy Prize (awarded to the medical student with the highest average mark in year 1 anatomy units)

2014-2015:  Ivo Alexander Suchett-Kaye

Vesalius Clinical Training Centre Year 2 Anatomy Prize (awarded to the medical student with the highest average mark in year 2 anatomy units)

2015-2016: Ivo Suchett-Kay

2014-2015: May Cai Ling Lee

Vesalius Clinical Training Centre Anatomy Dissection Prize (awarded to the medical student with the best dissection in the Year 2 Dissection SSC)

2015-2016: Dominic Mahony

2014-2015: Paul Rival

VCTC is able to provide the funds for the above three prizes from the generous financial donations given by relatives and donors, who have already made the 'ultimate donation' of their body, to provide the best possible aid to undergraduate teaching, clinical training and research.  We are very grateful.

The Dorothy Fielding Prize (Science)

Founded in 1970, this prize is awarded for the best research project dissertation in the final year of Science courses. 

2015-2016: Yanna Argiriov

2014-2015: Emily Batt/Caterina Fernandez

2013-2014: Ben Cresswell

The Mary Edith Evans Prize

Founded in 1970, this prize is awarded for best overall mark (best Anatomy student) for final year Science Anatomy unit students

2015-2016: Yanna Argiriov

2014-2015: Harriet Mitchell

2013-2014: Nichol Thompson

Christopher Wyndham Ottaway Prize

This prize is awarded annually by the Board of Veterinary Studies to a veterinary student on the basis of the highest marks in the second BVSc exam in anatomy, to be spent on books on a veterinary or medical subject.

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