The Winifred Secretan Patch, Winifred Ladds and Helen Hanson Prize in Cancer Biology
The Winifred Secretan Patch Prize was founded in 1928 under a bequest to the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in memory of Winifred Secretan Patch. The Winifred Ladds Prize was founded in 1930 under a bequest to the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in memory of Winifred Ladds. The Helen Hanson Prize was founded in 1930 by a donation to the Royal Free Hospital from the League of the Church Militant Helen Hanson Memorial Fund
- One award may be awarded in each session.
- The Prizes are awarded by the Council on the recommendation of
of Biomedical Sciences Board of Examiners
- The Prize is awarded to the two students who show the greatest
in the Cancer Biology module in Year 2 of the MBBS course.
- The value of the First Prize is £30. The award will be
accompanied by a
- No application is necessary.
- The awards are announced in June.
- Awards are subject to the provisions of the General Regulations.
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