The RCSI Millin Lecture is a prestigious award and open to all 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 44th Millin Lecture will be delivered during Charter Week on 3 February 2022. Fellows of the College are invited to nominate candidates.
Candidates are requested to apply as follows:
- Submit one copy of each of the following:
- Completed application form
- Completed signature sheet
- Summary of the work which the candidate proposes to submit
- Curriculum vitae, including a full list of authors of publications claimed jointly by the candidate
Submit the documents by email to the Office of the Managing Director of Surgical Affairs (for the attention of Ms S. Henson): email@example.com.
The deadline for applications is 5:00pm on Friday, 30 June 2021.
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|41||2018||Padhraig F. O’Loughlin||Computer-assisted and Robotic Technology in Orthopaedic Surgery|
|40||2017||Helen Heneghan||Metabolic Surgery and Diabetes: A Chance to Cut is a Chance to Cure|
|39||2016||Niall Davis||The evolution of urological surgery in the era of tissue engineering, regenerative medicine and technological innovation|
|38||2015||Aoife Lowery||The Evolving Role of the Surgical Oncologist in the Biomolecular Era|
|37||2014||James Paul O’Neill||The evolving treatment paradigm of thyroid cancer|
|36||2013||John Burke||From cell signalling to individualised patient care: lessons learned in the study of Crohn’s disease|
|35||2012||Calvin Coffey||Surgical Anatomy and Anatomic Surgery|
|34||2011||Fraser Smith||Rectal conserving surgery in the era of radiochemotherapy|
|33||2010||David G. Healy||Successful Surgery, A Selection of Scalpels, Sutures and Susceptive Cells|
|32||2009||Ronan Cahill||Tailoring Innovation for Surgical Cure|
|31||2008||Conor Shields||Abnormal saline: interaction between intravenous fluids and morbidity|
|30||2007||Malcolm Kell||Surgical Wilderness to Clinical Utility|
|29||2006||Kevin J. Mulhall||Moving with the times: Arthroplasty, Mobility and Joint Preservation in the 21st Century|
|28||2005||Deborah McNamara||Outcomes following colorectal surgery: future challenges|
|27||2004||Fergal Fleming||Regulation of the Estrogen Receptor - an Insight into the Mechanism of Action of Tamoxiffin|
|26||2003||Desmond Winter||Ions, Not Bygones: Perspectives on Cellular Physiology in Gastrointestinal Surgery|