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UCL Student Welfare Week – 02-05 March 2015
Stressed about exams? Worried you’re not eating right? Losing sleep over your future career? UCL Student Welfare Week 2015 aims to help address many of these issues, and more.
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The Mary Lucas Keene, Annie E Brooks and Sema Computer Prize for the Professional Development Spine
The Mary Lucas Keene prize was founded at The Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine by an anonymous donor, originally for a pre-clinical award to male students. The Annie E Brooks prize was founded in 1931 at the royal free hospital by Harwood J Brooks in memory of his wife, and was originally awarded in Inorganic Chemistry
- Two awards may be awarded in each session.
- The Prizes are awarded by the
Council on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Biomedical Sciences Board of Examiners.
- The Prizes are awarded to the three students who
show the greatest
proficiency in the Professional Development Spine in Year 1 of the MBBS
- The value of the First Prize is £75 and
the Second Prize £50. Each award
will be accompanied by a certificate.
- No application is necessary.
- The awards are announced in June.
- Awards are subject to the provisions of the General Regulations.
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