William Blair Bell, the first president of the RCOG, called for the award of an annual lectureship in a gynaecological or obstetric subject to a developing clinician scientist.
This annual lecture is given as part of the RCOG Annual Academic Meeting.
The purpose of the lectureship is to allow a clinician or scientist who is at any stage of their career between award of an MD /PhD and the completion of their second year as a Senior Lecturer or its equivalent (e.g. Clinician Scientist), at the time of application, to give a lecture describing research in any area pertaining to Women’s Health at the RCOG Annual Academic Meeting.
The next Annual Academic Meeting will be in 2020.
The winner of the lecture will be awarded a free place at the RCOG's Annual Academic Meeting and will have the opportunity to present a lecture.
Eligibility and requirements
- Clinician or scientist between the award of their MD/PhD thesis and completion of their second year as a Senior Lecturer or its equivalent
- Proposed lecture describes their personal research in any area pertaining to Women’s Health
Please ensure you read the guidance on submitting your application before entering any of the awards.