Dr Michael Blacow Memorial Prize
The Michael Blacow Memorial Fund was established when Commander and Mrs A H Blacow made a donation to the British Paediatric Association in memory of their son, Michael, a trainee paediatrician who was killed in an accident.
The College awards £200 to a paediatrician below consultant status for the best paper at the Annual Meeting.
- we cannot award a prize to the same trainee paediatrician twice
- the Academic Board selects the prize-winning paper
- authors do not need to apply
- if you are eligible, we will consider your presentation
- we will notify winners shortly after the RCPCH Annual Conference
For further information contact the events team
1981 Dr J G Watson -'Marrow transplantation in acute myeloid leukaemia'
1982 Dr M I Levene -'The diagnosis and incidence of cerebral atrophy in the neonate by real-time ultrasound.'
1983 Dr Janet Eyre 'The diagnosis of seizures in the newborn by continuously recording the electroencephalogram'
1984 Dr M Levin 'Pathogenic mechanisms in Kawasaki disease'
1985 Dr C R Kennedy 'Aetiology, pathogenesis and prognosis in acute unexplained childhood encephalopathies'
1986 Dr K J S Anand 'Should neonatologists be more concerned over the anaestheticmanagement of preterm neonates subjected to ligation of patent ductusarteriosus?'
1987 Dr Linda Lashford 'The development of 'targeted' radiotherapy to treat central nervous system tumours'
1988 Dr T H H G Koh 'Electromagnetic stimulation of the moto cortex; a simple and painless technique to measure objectively corticospinal tract function in newborn babies and children'
1989 Dr C M Evans 'T cell-mediated changes in epithelial cell proliferation and goblet cell numbers in human fetal colon: a model of colitis'
1990 Dr Peta Sharples 'Are children with head injury subjected to iatrogenic ischaemic injury?'
1991 Dr A J Stuart 'Cerebral glucose production; evidence for disruption of astrocyte glycogen homeostasis in children undergoing major surgery'
1992 Dr C G Steward 'The impact of clonal change on PCR assessment of minimal
residual disease in ALL'
1993 Dr R J Forsyth 'Evidence for significant glucose-6-phosphatase activity in
astrocytes: a basis for local glucose homeostasis within mammalian brain'
1993 Dr Deborah Matthews 'Evidence for progressive cerebral mitochondrial dysfunction
in severely head-injured children'
1994 Dr W Tin 'The changing prognosis for babies born more than eight weeks early over
1995 Dr P Heath 'Invasive haemophilus influenzae infection following Hib immunisation'
1996 Dr K J Lindley 'Nesidioblastosis - an enigma finally explained from studies of the
1997 Dr J L Craze 'Outcome for Down syndrome children with acute myeloid leukaemia in the United Kingdom, 1987-1995'
1998 Dr E G H Lyall 'High uptake of interventions to prevent mother to child transmission
of HIV by women aware of their HIV status'
1999 Dr M Healy Characteristtics of infants of Hepatitis C infected mothers in the Republic
2000 Dr B S Ubi 'Efficacy of botulinum toxin type A treatment in lower limb spasticity in
childhood cerebral palsy: a randomised double blind placebo controlled trial'
2001 Dr M A Herbert 'Signature tagged mutagenesis identifies new virulence genes in haemophilus influenzae'
2002 Dr R J M Coward 'Podocytes demonstrate features of insulin responsive glucose
utilization and actin re-organisation - a potential explanation for diabetic
2003 Dr C B D Mayes 'Why is ALNA insufficient to meet the DHA demands of the preterm
2004 Dr J Tooley 'Xenon is neuroprotective when commenced after a hypoxic ischaemic
insult in the newborn'
2005 Dr V L Franklin 'Sweet talk: text messaging to support intensive insulin therapy'
2006 Dr S M Hughes 'A novel immunosuppressive cell phenotype in Zambian children with
2007 Dr R A Chaudry 'Pulmonary arterial hypertension in children with sickle cell disease
how common is it?'
2008 Dr Joe Fawke 'The EPICure Study: respiratory outcomes at 11 years
2009 Dr Ingrid Prosser 'Dating of fractures: an analysis of key radiological features in children aged five years and under'
Associated Publications, Resources and Links
- Fellowships and prizes
The College offers the following Fellowships and Awards Fellowships for people overseas who want to ...
- Stakeholder organisations
The following organisations have registered as project stakeholders or are partners in the National Epilepsy Audit: ...
- Chairman's Welcome
Dear Colleagues, Welcome. As chair of the Academic Board, I have the privilege and ...
- Exam centres - UK
MRCPCH and DCH Clinical centres It is not always possible to confirm the address details for the UK MRCPCH and ...
- Broad Based Training Programme
Broad Based Training (BBT) is a new two-year structured core training programme providing six-month placements in Core ...
- Frequently asked questions
Here are some frequently asked questions on each of our examinations. Please refer to them for up-to-date information ...