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President’s prize winners

These prizes are awarded to students graduating from IBMS-accredited BSc Hons programmes who have achieved academic distinction

University of Surrey

Pippa Durrant was awarded the IBMS President’s Prize at the University of Surrey. Her placement year was completed at St George’s University of London, where she undertook the role of a Clinical Research Assistant and in her dissertation investigated the presence of a potentially novel B lymphocyte subpopulation in older people. Pippa hopes to complete the IBMS Registration Training Portfolio to become a biomedical scientist.

Sophie Patterson
University of Brighton

Sophie Paterson was awarded the IBMS President’s Prize at the University of Brighton where she graduated with a BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science sandwich degree. Sophie completed her placement at Brighton and Sussex University Hospital at the Crawley site in the haematology laboratory, where she has subsequently been employed. She is pictured here with Professor David Timson, Head of School (Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences) and Joyce Overfield, IBMS National Council Member.

Kingston University

Nancy Aguoru received an IBMS President’s Prize at a Kingston University ceremony held earlier this year. Following her degree course success, she secured a position in a London hospital where she will complete an IBMS Registration Training Portfolio, while in the longer term she aspires to complete a PhD in biomedical science. Pictured are Paul Waller, Sue Alexander, Nancy Aguoru and Course Director Dr Steve Robinson.

Zeshaan Ejaz Presenting to Cassie Harold

University of Bradford

Cassie Harold was the recipient of this year’s IBMS President’s Prize presented at the University of Bradford. Cassie, pictured receiving her award from Zeshaan Ejaz committee member on both the IBMS West Riding branch and IBMS Yorkshire Region Branch, has started a Masters in Experimental Medicine course at Queen’s University, during which she will utilise the skills and qualities developed while studying at Bradford.

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