The RCSI Millin Lecture is a prestigious award and open to all the surgical specialties.
The successful applicant will be well advanced in their surgical training or in their first five years in consultant practice. Preference will be given to applicants whose surgical research has been carried out wholly or in part in Ireland.
The subject chosen should be of clinical interest embodying original research, comprising a substantial body of work and be suitable for presentation as a formal lecture.
The successful applicant will receive an honorarium of €650 and the Millin Medal.
The 43nd Millin Lecture will be delivered during the Millin Meeting in 2020. Fellows of the College are invited to nominate candidates.
Applicants are required to provide:
- A completed application form together with the completed signature sheet.
- A summary of the work which the candidate proposes to submit.
- Curriculum vitae including a full list of authors of publications claimed jointly by the applicant.
Application form must be signed by two Fellows of the College, in good standing.
Your completed application form and supporting documents, should be submitted to Ger Conroy via email at the Office of the Managing Director of Surgical Affairs.
Applications must be received before 5pm on Friday, 1 May 2020.
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