The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists is proud to support the Target Ovarian Cancer essay prize.
This prize is made up of 3 prizes:
- First prize: £750
- Second prize: £500
- Third prize: £250
The prize is open to all undergraduate medical students studying at a UK medical school. It aims to encourage students to read more widely on ovarian cancer, to think about some of the current issues and learn about recent research.
Funding of the Target Ovarian Cancer essay prize is made possible due to the kind generosity of the Annette Mills Charitable Trust.
Applicants must submit an essay of up to 2,000 words including a maximum of three figures and/or tables (a 10 per cent margin either side will be applied). Applicants should include no more than ten references.
Submit an essay that addresses one of the following:
- Impact of Covid-19 on early stage diagnosis of ovarian cancer
- Early diagnosis of ovarian cancer: is the National Health Service up to the task?
- How can analyses of germline genetics help us to identify potential new chemo-prevention agents for ovarian cancer?
How to apply
Please complete the online application via Oxford Abstracts:
This application is hosted by Oxford Abstracts platform.
Please register for an account using your email address.
For further guidance on how to submit your application, please see Oxford Abstracts' guidance on making a submission.
How your application will be judged
You will be judged on the following criteria:
- Overall quality of essay
- Knowledge of the literature
- Quality of discussion
- Style and presentation
The deadline for submission is 11:59pm on Saturday 26 June 2021.