Clinical Radiology Undergraduate Research Prize

The clinical radiology undergraduate research prize is for an undergraduate student who conducts personal research on a clinical radiology topic.

Funded by the family of Dr Steven Carstairs, this prize is one of two intended to enhance medical students' experience of clinical radiology. A list of previous recipients is available.

Funding

£400

Eligibility

UK medical students only

How to apply 

Closed. Applications will open again 7 November 2022. 

Assessment criteria

  • Background information/research
  • Relevance of research
  • Originality of research
  • Study design
  • Data collection and handling
  • Structure and quality of the report
  • Conclusion
  • Quality of data presentation.

The successful applicant will be invited to present a talk about their research at the appropriate RCR meeting.

Enquiries should be directed to undergraduate@rcr.ac.uk 


Presentation from the previous prize winner

Vinson Chan, University of Leeds, discusses his prize-winning research project on 'Image-guided percutaneous cryoablation or radiofrequency ablation versus partial nephrectomy for small renal masses'. 

This presentation was developed independently and the information provided in this video does not represent RCR guidance or endorsement.