Awards and Prizes
RCOphth offers a wide range of travel awards and clinical/research fellowships in partnership with other organisations. Names of winners are published annually unless individual opt-out requests are received. All award recipients are required to submit a written report within three months of the completion of their fellowship/research, to be circulated to the RCOphth Education Committee and the awarding body. Please use the Report Format Guidance.
Plagiarism will result in disqualification.
Please direct any Awards & Scholarship enquiries to [email protected] .
- RCOphth and NIHR Researcher of the Year Awards 2019
- Fight For Sight/Royal Society of Medicine Award
- The Ophthalmology Clinical Research Training Fellowship
- RCOphth/NIHR Researcher of the Year 2018
- BOSU Surveillance Study Bursary
- The Nettleship Medal 2019
- Fight for Sight and RCOphth – John Lee Fellowship Primer Award 2019
- Ethicon Foundation Fund 2019
- IGA Award 2020
- Keeler Scholarship 2020
|Open Awards – Information to apply||Closing Date|
Ulverscroft David Owen Award
Applications are invited for the second Ulverscroft David Owen Award, for recognition of high-quality research into paediatric ophthalmology. The Foundation, in partnership with the College is offering a prize of £500.
Application must be made by those with research in paediatric ophthalmology and visual sciences. Applications must be made by the first author and senior author together, either the first or lead author must be an ophthalmologist and a member of the RCOphth. The applicants should be based, and have undertaken the research, at a British institution. The paper must have been published in a peer reviewed scientific journal after 1 January 2018.
Timetable for 2020 award:
The Royal College of Ophthalmologists’ Paediatric Sub-committee.
|17:00 Weds 5 Feb 2020|
Patrick Trevor-Roper Undergraduate Travel Award 2020
Applications are invited for this award in Ophthalmology, which is open to all undergraduate medical students – from the United Kingdom and Ireland only – with an interest in the specialty. There are three individual awards to be made annually, each for the sum of £550. The money may be used to fund electives in Ophthalmology and may be spent on travelling or subsistence.
The Patrick Trevor Roper Award is awarded every year for electives to be carried out in the 12 months following the closing date. The only exception to this rule is if applicants start the elective immediately before the closing date and it is still ongoing at that point.
The application form can be found here.
|17.00 Friday 1 May 2020