Prize Winners

MSc Clinical Embryology Prize Winners

Each academic year, we confer the following prizes on selected MSc students. Prize winners are presented with their prize and a certificate on the last day of the course.

The Nikon Prize

This prize is awarded to the candidate who displays the most improved levels of skill during our Nikon-Narashige micromanipulation laboratory sessions. The prize is judged by Senior Clinical Embryologists from the Oxford Fertility Unit and is sponsored by Nikon Instruments.

2008/2009 (Year 1) 

Miss Carol Ibe

2009/2010 (Year 2) 

Miss Bianka Seres    

2010/2011 (Year 3)

Mr Christodoulos Christodoulou       

2011/2012 (Year 4)

Mr Yannick Ferreira

2012/2013 (Year 5)

Miss Charis Charalambous

2013/2014 (Year 6)

Mr Thomas Wilkinson 

Mr Thomas Wilkinson                    

Professor Sir Richard Gardner presenting the Nikon Prize 2013/14 to Mr Thomas Wilkinson. 


Prize for the Best Laboratory Research Project/Dissertation

This prize is awarded to the candidate who presents the best laboratory research project/dissertation and is judged by our Board of Examiners.

 

2008/2009 (Year 1) 

Miss Neeta Bala (Sponsored by Parallabs/Hamilton Thorne)

Title: Investigating cell lineage segregation in pre-implantation mouse embryos
 
2009/2010 (Year 2) 
Mr Gustavo German  (Sponsored by VWR-Jencons)

Title: Development of an efficient test for HLA typing of preimplantation embryos


2010/2011 (Year 3)

Mrs Sourima Biswas Shivare (Sponsored by Hunter Scientific)

 

2011/2012 (Year 4)

Dr Pedro Senra Estrela Melo (Sponsored by Microm)


2013/2013 (Year 5)

Miss Siti Nornadhirah Amdani (Sponsored by VWR-Jencons)

 

2013/2014 (Year 6)

Miss Charlotte Walker (Sponsored by Eppendorf)

Miss Charlotte Walker

 Professor Sir Richard Gardner presenting the Best Laboratory Research Project/Dissertation 2013/14 to Miss Charlotte Walker.