Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) Prizes

AIMS Ian Stanger Prize

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course

Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the most outstanding graduate in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course

Award

The prize is a 1 year membership with Australian Institute of Medical Scientists to be redeemed within three months of graduating from their course and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

AIMS Phillip Lane Memorial Prize

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course

Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the most outstanding student enrolled full-time in the second year of the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course

Award

The prize is a 1 year membership with Australian Institute of Medical Scientists to be redeemed within three months of graduating from their course and an inscribed certificate issued by the University 

AIMS South West Division Ian Mogg Memorial Prize

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course

Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark overall in the subjects BMS306 Advanced Haematology, BMS324 Immunohaematology, BMS315 Medical Microbiology

Award

The prize is a 1 year membership with Australian Institute of Medical Scientists to be redeemed within three months of graduating from their course and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

AIMS South West Division Peter Hunt Memorial Prize

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course

Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the most outstanding blood film morphology student in the subject BMS306 Advanced Haematology as determined by the highest mark achieved in the Blood Film Assignment and Examination

Number

One per annum

Award

The prize is a 1 year membership with Australian Institute of Medical Scientists to be redeemed within three months of graduating from their course and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

Anita Percy Memorial Prize

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course

Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the student with the most outstanding academic record who is enrolled full-time in the first year of the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course

Number

One per annum

Award

The prize will consist of a cheque to the value of $150 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University