School of Medical Sciences


Applied Medical Sciences Honours Prize

Background: The Applied Medical Sciences Honours Prize is awarded to the first and second place students in their cohort (four cohorts in total) of the coursework component of their Applied Medical Sciences honours year.
Open to: 1. To be considered eligible for this Prize, students must be enrolled in their honours year in Applied Medical Sciences.
 

2. Students must complete the following to be considered eligible for this prize:

  • an introductory oral presentation,
  • a mid-year oral presentation, and
  • a journal club presentation.
Value:

The first placed student in each cohort will recieve the prize valued at $250 and this will be paid as a one-off payment. The second placed student in each cohort will recieve the prize valued at $100 and this will be paid as a one-off payment.

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Frank Cotton Memorial Prize for Physiology

Background: The Frank Cotton Memorial Prize for Physiology recognises excellence in the coursework and examination of the Cellular Physiology units of study.
Open to:

1. To be considered eligible for this Prize, students must, in the year for which the Prize is being awarded: 

  • be enrolled in a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Medical Science,
  • completed the unit of study PHSI3009 or PHSI3909, and
  • completed the unit of study PHSI3010 or PHSI3910.
Value:

The Prize has a value of $330 and will be paid as a one off payment.

 

In the event two or more students are deemed of equal merit the prize value will be shared.

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Oustanding Achievement in Integrative Neuroscience Prize

Background: The Outstanding Achievement in Integrative Neuroscience Prize was established in 2005. The prize recognises excellence in the coursework and examination of the Integrative Neuroscience units of study.
Open to:

1. To be considered eligible for this Prize students must have completed at least one of the below units of study in the year for which the Prize is being awarded:

  • NEURO3004, and/or
  • NEURO3904.
Value:

The Prize has a value of $100 and will be paid as a one off payment.

 

In the event two or more students are deemed of equal merit the prize value will be shared.

Further Information:

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Outstanding Achievement in Cellular and Developmental Neuroscience Prize

Background: The Outstanding Achievement in Cellular and Developmental Neuroscience Prize recognises excellence in the coursework and examination of the Cellular and Developmental Neuroscience units of study.
Open to:

1. To be considered eligible for this Prize students must have completed at least one of the below units of study in the year for which the Prize is being awarded:

  • NEUR3003, and/or
  • NEUR3903.
Value:

The Prize has a value of $100 and will be paid as a one off payment.

 

In the event two or more students are deemed of equal merit the prize value will be shared.

Further Information:

Terms and Conditions