Awards for achievement
See all awards for achievement
Find below all the different awards available for achievement
The Gold Award
The Gold Award (previously the Rohan Williams Medal) can be conferred on an outstanding candidate at each sitting of the Final Examination for the Fellowship. The award is made by the Specialty Training Board based on the recommendation of the Final FRCR Examiners.
The Junior Radiologists Forum Trainer Award
Introduced in 2010, the JRF Trainer Award is presented annually to a UK-based clinical radiologist who has made an outstanding contribution to clinical radiology teaching and training at a local, regional or national level.
The Editor's Medal
Endowed in 1990 by an anonymous donation, the Editor's Medal is presented to the first author of the best paper published in Clinical Radiology in a given year.
The Ella Preiskel Prize
Established in memory of the late Dr Ella Preiskel, this prize is awarded annually to the most outstanding paper on paediatric radiology published in Clinical Radiology.
The Ellis Barnett Prize
Endowed by Dr Ellis Barnett, this prize is awarded annually to the most outstanding paper with an ultrasound content published in Clinical Radiology.
The Frank Doyle Medal (radiology)
In 1984, Professor Frank Doyle generously endowed an award, which takes the form of a medal.
The Robert and Elma Kemp Harper Prize
Endowed by Dr Kemp Harper, a past-Honorary Secretary and Editor of the College, in memory of his wife Elma, this prize is awarded annually to the best paper on gastrointestinal radiology published in Clinical Radiology.
The Oncology Registrars Forum Trainer Award
Introduced in 2011, the ORF Trainer Award is presented annually to a UK-based clinical oncologist who has made an outstanding contribution to clinical oncology teaching and training at a local, regional or national level.
Our awards and honours
Find out more about all the different funded opportunities we offer to develop learning, research, travel and teaching, available at every stage of your medical career, whether you are still studying at university, in the midst of your specialty training or a fully qualified consultant.