NEWS AND EVENTS - 2014
The annual Honours Awards for 2014 was held at 10:30am in the Anderson Stuart common room on Thursday the 13th of November. Students are judged on presentations they have made of their Honours research projects.
|Nathan Fiore||Dreher Prize for Outstanding performance in research|
|Tammy So||Stone prize for Novelty in research|
|Zeynab Alshelh||Grafton Elliot Smith Memorial Prize for Proficiency in anatomy|
|Rani Masri||McAvoy prize for Best overall performance|
|Thomas Grundy||HOD prize for Best research presentation|
The awards serve to recognise and encourage the efforts of Anatomy students undertaking research projects. The Discipline congratulates the winners and thanks all participants and organisers for their efforts.
The Prosectors Competition gives an opportunity for experienced students to have their skills recognised whilst contributing back to the Wilson Museum. The students produce an original prosection (of anatomical or clinical importance) over a period of four weeks. The goal is to create a prosection that may be worthy of inclusion in the Wilson Museum.
The Prosectors Workshop provides an opportunity for students with limited or no experience to produce a prosection that can be used as an undergraduate teaching specimen. Students receive technical advice from experienced anatomy staff.
Applications close on the 31st of October, 2014. Applicants should visit the dissection opportunities webpage for more information.
At the end of 2013 both Professor Bogdan Dreher and Professor Cris dos Remedios officially retired from the department. Head of Department Kevin Keay is pleased to announce that both have been appointed as Professors Emeritus to the Discipline of Anatomy and Histology in recognition of their tremendous and sustained contributions and their intentions to continue these contributions into the near future. The Discipline welcomes back Bogdan and Cris!
"For service to surgical education"
The Discipline of Anatomy and Histology congratulates Professor George Ramsey-Stewart for his recent Medal in the General Division of the Order of Australia (OAM). He has worked tirelessly as Professor of Surgical Anatomy at the Discipline of Anatomy and Histology since 2007 and as Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at the Central Clinical School since 1995. Professor Ramsey-Stewart is also an Emeritus Consultant Surgeon at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
The OAM is awarded "for achievement or for meritorious service". Professor Ramsey-Stewart's OAM was in recognition for his long and valuable contribution to the teaching of surgery in Australia. He has has educated students with skills that are recognised internationally.
- Fellow, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, since 1968
- Fellow, American College of Surgeons
- Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons of England
- Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh UK
Professor Ramsey-Stewart is an avowed advocate of dissection in medical teaching, his effort and passion have lead to the creation of the Whole Body Dissection program at the Discipline of Anatomy and Histology. You can read more about his programmes here.
17th of January, 2014
The Discipline of Anatomy and Histology has farewelled the energetic and talented Ashvini Ampihaipahar this month. Ash worked for the Discipline as a Technical Officer in the ATTSU for 6 years whilst also studying law. Ash has now taken up a deserving role as an Industrial Lawyer at the NTEU.
The traveling echos of Ash's passionate and unassailably cheerful disposition will be greatly missed around the halls of the Anderson Stuart building.
"It is with sincere sadness that I will be leaving this role, having worked with a most fun loving and hard working team. For the past 6 years I have not only acquired great professional skills and was given gallant opportunities to develop as a Technical Officer, I have also acquired friendships that I cherish immensely."
The Discipline of Anatomy and Histology acknowledges and thanks Ashvini for the wonderful work and joy that she brought to her role. The Discipline also wishes her the best of luck with her budding new career.
17th of January, 2014
The Discipline of Anatomy and Histology is pleased to welcome back Mr Longping Liu. Mr Liu is highly regarded for his skills as a prosector and for the duration of his current visit, he will continue research activities into head and neck gross anatomy.
During his last visit, Mr Liu created over 50 teaching specimens for Anatomy and Histology and conducted research in collaboration with members of the Discipline, on the variations in the superior and inferior petrosal nerves of the human.