9 Oct 2017

D. S. Rosengarten Surgical Trainee Research Prize 2017

D.S. Rosengarten Surgical Trainee Research Prize 2016
Mrs Candice Rosengarten & the 2016 winner Enis Kocak
The annual D. S. Rosengarten Surgical Trainee Research Prize competition is now open for applications. It is being held on Saturday 2 December 2017 at 8am in the AMREP Seminar Room, AMREP Education Centre, The Alfred. Alfred Hospital surgical trainees encouraged to participate, and all are welcome to attend. See more:
  • 2016 photo gallery: LINK
  • More about the prize: LINK

The prize, consisting of a shield and $1000, will be awarded for the best surgical research project performed by an Alfred Hospital surgical trainee.

Advanced and Basic Surgical trainees in all disciplines at The Alfred Hospital are eligible to apply and are encouraged to participate. All are welcome to attend the presentations.

The winner, to be decided by a panel of adjudicators, will be announced at the conclusion of a scientific symposium at which the projects will be presented. This will be held, as mentioned above, on Saturday 2 December, 2017 at 8:00am in the AMREP Seminar Room.

The format will be ten minutes verbal presentation with five minutes discussion.

The panel of adjudicators will award points for the following: originality of idea, planning and design, methodology, analysis, conclusion, presentation, discussion and the abstract.
The closing date for applications will be FRIDAY 17 NOVEMBER, 2017.

It is emphasised that abstracts submitted after this date will not be accepted.

The application should include a summary abstract (no greater than 200 words on A4 paper, preferably in WORD format) of the project including introduction, aims, methods, results and conclusion and should be forwarded to:
Mr James Lee chatting with a colleague.
James is Acting Chairman for the 2017 event.
Ms Jane Babarikas,
Personal Assistant, Department of General Surgery
6th Floor, Centre Block, Alfred Hospital
Or via email to j.babarikas@alfred.org.au
Phone: 9076 3290
On behalf of Mr James Lee, Acting Chairman

Further details and advice may be obtained from Mr Stewart Skinner, Professor Jonathan Serpell or Professor Wendy Brown.

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