Our 2022 summer graduation took place on 21 July, celebrating the fantastic achievements of our MB ChB, Master's and PhD students.
The day kicked off with a special breakfast event hosted by our Dean, Professor Sudhesh Kumar, for our MB ChB students graduating with Honours. Following the morning's degree ceremony in the Butterworth Hall, all of our new graduates were invited to join us for a celebration lunch, where special prizes were awarded for graduates who had excelled during their time at Warwick.
See the photos from the day (graduates, staff and students only)
Warwick Doctor Prize: Kindness
Winner: Dr Melissa O'Connor-Smith
Commended: Dr Kate Farrow and Dr Emily Kidner
Warwick Doctor Prize: Supporting Others
Winner: Dr Abbie Tutt
Commended: Dr Gabriela Barzyk and Dr Maariyah Vankad
Warwick Doctor Prize: Humility
Winner: Dr Tabassum Zaman
Commended: Dr Aaron Hall and Dr Chris Beck
Warwick Doctor Prize: Innovation and Creativity
Winner: Dr Charlotte Simms
Commended: Dr Thomas Dale Maclaine and Dr Matthew Thompson
Warwick Doctor Prize: Integrity
Winners: Dr Thom Jeffery and Dr Emma Andrews
Commended: Dr Jonathan Loomes-Vrdoljak
Harjinder Singh Medal
Winner: Dr Rachel Perring
Second place: Dr Mary Rose Harvey
Awarded to the overall highest ranked finalist.
Joint winner: Dr Abbie Tutt
Abbie was awarded for her project ‘Whistle stop tour of paediatrics’, following a placement in Great Ormond Street. Her physical piece was a ‘memory box’, including lots of items from the placement.
Join winner: Dr Christina Dennison
Christina was awarded for her project 'Exploring compassion in medicine', which included a blog and reflection. She designed a weekly programme - in Week 1, for example, she explored the concept of self-compassion, where she listened to talks and read about research. She submitted weekly blogs, in which she connected theoretical concepts with practical work as a healthcare assistant.
Henry Parsey Psychiatry Prize
Joint winners: Dr Ed Parsons, Dr Aida Nadar and Dr Rachel Perring.
The Henry Parsey Psychiatry Prize, overseen and supported by CWPT, is awarded to the student who has shown excellence in Psychiatry (achieving the highest score in their summative mental health OSLER).
Yvonne Carter Prize
Winner: Dr Matthew Thompson
This award recognises contributions to life outside of the MB ChB - this may be in an area such as sports, arts, community or other influence.
The Pridgeon Research Prize
Winner: Dr Thomas Dale-Maclaine
The Pridgeon Research Prize is determined by evaluation of a portfolio of evidence of research activity, outputs and work to enable others to develop research skills.
Pro Dean Education Prize
Joint winners: Dr Clarissa Brierley and Dr Nicole Owen
Forr only the second time this year we awarded a research prize parallel in the education arena - we now have the Pro Dean Education Education Prize. Submissions were equally strong recognising the strong peer education ethos within the School and showcasing some exceptional innovations in education.
Winner: Dr Henrietta Kelly
Second place: Dr Rachel Perring
The clinical prize is awarded for the overall best performance in end of phase 3 clinical exam (OSCE & OSLER combined).
Written Exam Prize
Winner: Dr Karolina Rzeniewicz
Second place: Dr Rachel Perring and Dr Christopher Partridge
Awarded for the best overall performance in the Phase 3 written examinations.