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Faculty of Academic Psychiatry

Prizes


The Academic Faculty offers a number of prizes and bursaries at the International Congress. More details can be found here.

 

Previous winners

  • 2014 winners
  • 2013 winners: these will be uploaded soon
  • 2012 winners: these will be uploaded soon

 

2011

Oral Presentation Prize:

  • Winner – Dr Lena Palaniyappan
  • Runner-up – Dr Alexandra Pitman

 

Poster Presentation Prize:

  • Winner – Dr Alisdair Rooney
  • Runner-up – Dr Laura Manea

2010


Professor Nick Craddock (Faculty Chair), Dr John Williams (Wellcome Trust) and Judith Harrison (winner of the poster presentation prize)

 

Professor Nick Craddock (Faculty Chair), Dr John Williams (Wellcome Trust) and Judith Harrison (winner of the poster presentation prize)

 

 

   
Professor Nick Craddock (Faculty Chair), Dr John Williams (Wellcome Trust) and Dr Matthew Taylor (runner-up of the poster presentation prize)

 

Professor Nick Craddock (Faculty Chair), Dr John Williams (Wellcome Trust) and Dr Matthew Taylor (runner-up of the poster

presentation prize)

 


 

 
Professor Nick Craddock (Faculty Chair), Dr John Williams (Wellcome Trust) and Dr Aaron Vallance (winner of the oral presentation prize)

 

Professor Nick Craddock (Faculty Chair), Dr John Williams (Wellcome Trust) and Dr Aaron Vallance (winner of the oral presentation prize)

 

 
Professor Nick Craddock (Faculty Chair), Dr John Williams (Wellcome Trust) and Rebekah Davis (runner-up of the oral presentation prize)
Professor Nick Craddock (Faculty Chair), Dr John Williams (Wellcome Trust) and Rebekah Davis (runner-up of the oral presentation prize)

 

 

 

 


2009

 

2009 prize winners and officers at the Academic faculty conference in Cardiff

 

 

2009 prize winners and officers at the Academic faculty conference in Cardiff

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The Margaret Slack Travelling Fellowship

This travelling fellowship is awarded from funds bequeathed by Margaret Mary Slack. This travelling fellowship is intended to encourage senior psychiatric trainees to broaden their academic knowledge and experience in a centre of excellence either in the UK or abroad. Though not essential, candidates may wish to pursue a research study. Visits are expected to be no longer than two to four weeks.

Prize: £2,000

Deadline: Usually 31 December each year 

Contact: Chair, Academic Faculty by email

Click here for more details about this travelling fellowship


Previous winners